Saskatoon shines in the night at second annual Nuit Blanche

September 30, 2015 by  

Last weekend, people filled Saskatoon’s 20th Street reveling at the unique works of art during the city’s celebration of Nuit Blanche.

While only in its second year, the [Read more]

Injured Canada goose finds help in Edmonton

September 30, 2015 by  

The Wildlife Rehabilitation Society of Edmonton has been caring for a special guest, and by all accounts, he is doing very well.

Officers form the Beaumont detachment of the RCMP, which is about a half hour outside of the city, had received a call about an injured goose that had been spotted at the Colondale Golf Club. The bird had been hit by [Read more]

Brunch tour indulges Torontonians’ taste buds

September 30, 2015 by  

The King & Queen West Food Tour promises some of Toronto’s best culinary treats in what VOGUE Magazine recently proclaimed as one of the world’s hippest neighbourhoods.

As part of a weekly offering that began on [Read more]

Vaughn taking part in insect study

September 30, 2015 by  

The number of monarch butterflies in Canada has been falling, and Vaughan will be playing a role in helping to find out why.

A multi-year long research project has been launched by [Read more]

Timmins hospital to implement new parking system

September 29, 2015 by  

The new parking system at the Timmins and District Hospital should be ready by mid-October. It is a similar design to the one used in the Timmins Airport.

Installation of the new parking system began on [Read more]

Edmonton students create lifesaving game

September 29, 2015 by  

A new video game has been developed by students at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry in Edmonton that allows doctors to practice and improve their skills in resuscitating babies.

The game, which was created by [Read more]

Surrey Block Party helps foster sense of community

September 29, 2015 by  

All were welcome at Surrey’s highly anticipated City Centre Block Party, which took place last week.

Surrey is a city of many cultures, and they [Read more]

Time again for Edmonton’s United Way’s fundraising campaign

September 29, 2015 by  

The United Way of Edmonton recently got its 2015 fundraising campaign off to a flying start.

The Edmonton Community Foundation and the city’s mayor made an announcement that a grant of up to [Read more]

City hosts another successful Tour de Mississauga

September 29, 2015 by  

Cyclists from all over the region recently came together for the 8th annual Tour de Mississauga.

Over 4,000 riders were expected to s [Read more]

Stoney Creek laces up for annual Terry Fox

September 28, 2015 by  

This year was the 35th anniversary of Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope. Residents of Stoney Creek have been official participants since 1993.

At this year’s event, organizers took a [Read more]

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