Some people in Toronto are still digging out from the winter storm

The City of Toronto says they continue to dig out from last weeks heavy snowfall. Some areas of the city saw 55 cm fall, and Barbara Gray, General Manager of transportation services says digging out has been a “24/7 job.” Many citizens in the city are still trying to dig out. On a street with … Read more

Larga Baffin ready to take more time on plan for new medical boarding facility

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News The proposed facility at Upper Hunt Club would be a new temporary southern home for Inuit receiving local medical services and a major upgrade from Larga’s current 195-capacity facility on Richmond Road. An architectural drawing of the proposed Larga Baffin project in Upper Hunt Club Photo by DTAH Architects … Read more

‘Too Hot To Handle’ Star From Toronto Says His Audition Process Was Definitely ‘Weird’

Have you ever wondered how the sexy singles of Too Hot To Handle ended up on the show? It turns out, the auditions are just as spicy as the episodes. Obi Nnadi, a fitness model from Toronto who starred in season three of the show, tells Narcity that his audition process was “a weird one”. … Read more

Mimi’s Burgers in Kitsilano has closed its burger bar at Glitch

It’s not a permanent farewell – the burger biz says they’re planning a “relaunch” 🍔 A burger joint operating from a Kitsilano arcade bar has announced it is closing temporarily to regroup ahead of a planned relaunch. Mimi’s Burgers officially opened just before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in Vancouver and BC’s resulting restaurant … Read more

Ennis’ hat trick is all Ottawa needs vs. Buffalo in 5-0 win – Daily Union

Ennis’ hat trick is all Ottawa needs vs. Buffalo in a 5-0 winDaily Union NHL Highlights | Sabers vs. Senators – Jan 25, 2022SPORTSNET Ennis records hat-trick to lead Senators past SabersTSN Game 36 Preview + Open Thread: Buffalo Sabers @ Ottawa SenatorsSilver Seven Ennis ‘has trick leads Senators’ route of Sabers as Batherson goes … Read more

Truckers’ convoys as opposed to COVID-19 vaccine mandates are well received in Winnipeg

Steve Lambert, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, January 25, 2022 11:50 PM EST WINNIPEG – A large convoy of truck drivers and supporters on their way to Ottawa to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates was met on Tuesday by a crowd of supporters on the outskirts of Winnipeg. Some waved signs, while others handed out sandwiches, … Read more

Nellie Smith: schoolgirl, 13, missing in north London after visiting grandmother

T he family of a schoolgirl last seen six days ago have spoken of their desperation to get her back home. Nellie Smith, 13, went missing from Horsham, west Sussex after visiting her grandmother on Thursday January 20 at 7pm. Scotland Yard believe she is somewhere in north London, most likely Barnet, Harrow or Brent. … Read more

Live: Police launch murder investigation after five-year-old boy dies in Coventry

A murder investigation was launched by West Midlands Police last night following the death of a five-year-old boy in Coventry. The youngster was discovered with serious injuries at an address in Poplar Road shortly before 6pm. Police said that despite the “best efforts of emergency services” he was confirmed dead at the scene. READ MORE: … Read more