s encampment removal becomes a greater challenge in Lethbridge, positive steps are being made to help keep residents safe and their minds at ease. Andrew Malcolm, general manager of Community Social Development with the City of Lethbridge, says there are successes despite a rising number of encampments in the community. “We’re not seeing entrenched encampments,” […] ...More

GUYSBOROUGH — Virtually no one who spends any time considering the pros and cons of offshore wind development in eastern Canada’s ocean waters underestimates the significance of federal legislation designed to regulate the emerging industry. But, local opinions are divided on whether the “act to amend the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act and […] ...More

Winds of change

Kivalliq Alternate Energy (KAE) is proposing to install and operate wind turbines that will provide clean electricity to Rankin Inlet and Baker Lake. The projects will support energy sovereignty for the communities by producing renewable, locally-generated power and reducing reliance on diesel fuel. To better understand wildlife near the community, KAE is undertaking an exploratory […] ...More

Floating homes dreams submerge

Three Chatham-Kent residents say a Wallaceburg company that builds tiny floating homes has sunk their dreams. That’s what Meg Connelly, Melissa Jacob and Keith Thompson have to say about Wallaceburg-based Stronghouse Canada Corp./Twin Dolphins Canada Corp. which owes the three of them a combined $412,000. They were awarded the money – plus court costs – […] ...More

Since the onset of the LCBO strike, outlet owners have been “cleaned out” of alcoholic products and wait with empty shelves for the next shipment.But they are not coming.Pauline Kelly, manager of Hoppers Variety in Nolalu, said they had a “great volume” of people come into the store since last Friday but things have slowed […] ...More

GUYSBOROUGH — Under a new partnership with the Association of Municipal Administrators, the Nova Scotia government is targeting municipalities and villages as the first public bodies in the province required by law to tackle systematic hate, inequality and racism. But that doesn’t worry Barry Carroll, chief administrative officer of the Municipality of the District of […] ...More

GUYSBOROUGH — Under a new partnership with the Association of Municipal Administrators, the Nova Scotia government is targeting municipalities and villages as the first public bodies in the province required by law to tackle systematic hate, inequality and racism. But that doesn’t worry Barry Carroll, chief administrative officer of the Municipality of the District of […] ...More

Bye Bye Ironman Canada

The annual summer sporting event that was synonymous with the City of Penticton for decades will have its final iteration later this summer as Ironman Canada announced Tuesday that this year’s event in August will be its final one. Ironman Canada was held in Penticton from 1983 through 2012. There was shock in the community […] ...More

A biker gang with worldwide fame and notoriety is rolling into town, establishing a new charter in Lethbridge, sparking notifications from police. Up to 300 members of the Hells Angels Motorcycle Club are expected to be in Lethbridge this weekend as they celebrate the opening of their newest chapter.  As a result, LPS said in […] ...More

On July 9, RCMP informed the public of a series of arrests made in Portage la Prairie involving drug and human trafficking as well as possession and production of child pornography. Police say that at least three female victims were exploited ranging in age from 13 and 15. The RCMP Internet Child Exploitation Unit (ICE) […] ...More

New NDP leader Nenshi offers thoughts on issues of concern for Jasper

After his win as the new leader of the Alberta NDP last month, Naheed Nenshi has been busy with the 37 NDP MLAs, including holding his first caucus retreat at the Banff Centre.  During a brief interview with the Fitzhugh in the middle of his meetings, he offered a few words on how he and the Alberta […] ...More

At first blush, a relationship between water melon and firefighting seems slightly obscure, unless one focuses on their shared connection with water.Firefighters need it to put out fires, and water melon is more than 90 per cent H20.So perhaps it’s no coincidence a fundraiser for Conmee’s fire department is set for Aug. 3 — International […] ...More

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