“It was important for me to come here to Newfoundland to see the level of devastation but also to be reminded of the strength of Newfoundlanders.”
“The Government of Canada will share, in a very generous way, the cost of compensating people based on a long-standing formula that the provinces know well.”
The federal government announced it’s sending even more troops to the Maritimes as the clean up from post-tropical storm Fiona continues.
The future of the Harrison Park bird sanctuary will be discussed early next year, when the city seeks comment on a master plan for the park. City staff know of community fundraising in the wake of the avian flu contamination of park birds, which led to a federal order to euthanize all the park’s geese, […]
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provided an update on the morning of Monday, September 26 from Ottawa on Hurricane Fiona.
Momentum continues to build in the Green Bay area for the National Estuarine Research Reserve, a federal designation to help protect and study coastal wetlands and natural estuaries. Land set aside for the reserve is designated through a six-step process that usually takes about four to six years to finish. Read the full story by…
That includes vaccine requirements, having to use the Arrive CAN app for reporting health information, mandatory testing, and quarantine.
The federal government provided an update on Sunday in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona.
Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos announced Thursday an independent expert panel will lead a credible and inclusive review.
Bruce County Council has passed a motion after agreeing the proposed new electoral district of South Huron Shores will put the county at a disadvantage.
Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued new federal health advisories for forever chemicals in drinking water and stated its intention to deliver enforceable standards by the end of 2023. For Ohio, that means more than 1,500 public water systems across the state would be forced to comply with whatever mandates come down the pike….
There may be a change in how people cross the Canada-U.S. border as the two countries move on from the COVID-19 pandemic.
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