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Manitoba helping school divisions with cost of reopening: education minister

Manitoba helping school divisions with cost of reopening: education minister

Manitoba’s education minister says local school divisions will have almost $48 million to go toward the unexpected costs of the coronavirus pandemic when they reopen classes in September.
TransLink boosting SeaBus service amid rising demand

TransLink boosting SeaBus service amid rising demand

Citing rising demand, TransLink is returning SeaBus service to every 15 minutes during peak hours. Sailings had been cut to one every 30 minutes during the 7:00-9:30 a.m. and 3:00-6:30 p.m. commute due to lower ridership during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saskatchewan reports 5 new coronavirus cases, releases more Phase 4.2 guidelines

Saskatchewan reports 5 new coronavirus cases, releases more Phase 4.2 guidelines

The Saskatchewan government gave an update on new coronavirus cases in the province on Thursday.
UBC study suggests dying people can still hear in their final hours

UBC study suggests dying people can still hear in their final hours

Researchers at the University of British Columbia have found evidence that dying people may still be able to hear in the final hours of their lives.
Saskatoon Wildlife Federation and Saskatoon Tribal Council partnership to benefit youth

Saskatoon Wildlife Federation and Saskatoon Tribal Council partnership to benefit youth

The Saskatoon Wildlife Federation (SWF) and Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) look forward to working together in a mutually beneficial partnership.
Lethbridge Farmer’s Market coming to new downtown location, COVID-19 protocols to be enforced

Lethbridge Farmer’s Market coming to new downtown location, COVID-19 protocols to be enforced

For the last 14 years, the farmer’s market has welcomed dozens of vendors and avid shoppers to downtown Lethbridge. This year is no exception, but the familiar Festival Square on 6 Street South will not be host to the weekly summer event.
Winnipeg mayor pleased with some legal precedents despite court order to refund $30M in impact fees

Winnipeg mayor pleased with some legal precedents despite court order to refund $30M in impact fees

Despite a legal decision that saw the city ordered to refund more than $30 million collected through impact fees from homebuyers and developers in Winnipeg’s expanding suburbs, Mayor Brian Bowman says he’s pleased about legal precedents s
Saskatchewan home sales surge to ‘near-record levels’ in June

Saskatchewan home sales surge to ‘near-record levels’ in June

New Saskatchewan real estate market data shows that while home prices have remained relatively flat during the COVID-19 pandemic, sales volume surged in June. “There seems to be a lot of excitement among buyers right now.
Kelowna organization launches online portal to report racism, discrimination

Kelowna organization launches online portal to report racism, discrimination

It’s a multi-service agency that helps support and celebrate diversity with its immigration services in the Central Okanagan.
Actions of ‘very few’ painting RCMP with negative brush, says B.C. officer

Actions of ‘very few’ painting RCMP with negative brush, says B.C. officer

An RCMP officer in B.C. says policing is a tough but rewarding career, despite a wave of negativity that’s currently crashing over cops in Canada. In a press release issued on Wednesday, Sgt.