Gambians vote in the first presidential election after Jammeh

Gambians vote in the first presidential election after Jammeh

BANJUL, GAMBIA – Queues of voters swirled around corners outside polling stations in Gambia’s capital on Saturday as the nation holds a presidential election that, for the first time in decades, does not include former dictator Yahya Jammeh as a candidate. Polling stations opened for high turnout, and many people lined up at the capital’s … Read more

Ottawa police are targeting 60 motorists for impaired driving in November

OTTAWA – Ottawa police are seeing an increase in the number of congested tolls on Ottawa roads ahead of the holiday season. Sixty motorists were charged with obstructed driving by police in Ottawa in November, up from 47 charges for impaired driving in November 2020. Police tell CTV News Ottawa that the 60 drivers charged … Read more

Montana of 300 fighting for his life with COVID-19 and pneumonia

Montana at 300 is fighting for his life with COVID-19 and pneumonia. Chicago rapper Montana at 300 is fighting for his life in the hospital with a serious case of COVID-19 and pneumonia. This comes just weeks after the 32-year-old shared anti-vaccine messages on social media. The self-proclaimed “Rap God” shared his diagnosis on social … Read more

Canada recommends COVID-19 boosters to more people as cases arise and questions swirl over border measures

OTTAWA – Federal health officials expanded Canada’s recommended rollout of booster shots and revealed oral antiviral drug deals – the latest effort in the fight against COVID-19. Earlier this week, the federal government appealed to the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) to investigate who should be next in line for a booster dose, and … Read more

Ontario will add 68,000 jobs in November, most full-time positions

Employment in Ontario rose for the sixth month in a row, bringing the province’s unemployment rates back to pre-pandemic levels. According to Statistics Canada’s latest Labor Force Survey, released Friday morning, Ontario added just over 68,000 jobs in November. The majority of the jobs reported in the survey – just over 67,000 – were full-time … Read more

Oxford shooting suspect’s parents charged, anti-wax Republicans die of COVID, Winter Blast canceled: top 10 Detroit Metro Times headlines this week

Friday, December 3, 2021 Posted By Lee DeVito further Fri December 3, 2021 on 15:51 click to enlarge Michigan State Police Ethan Crumbley. Michigan once again received the dubious honor of making national headlines, this time for the deadly school shooting at Oxford High, in which 15-year-old suspect Ethan Crumbley killed at least four students. … Read more

Lack of liquor in Ontario causes LCBO to ask customers to shop early

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) advises ontarians to start their holiday alcohol purchases early, as ongoing global supply chain problems may cause shelves to be empty than usual this year. Lack of certain alcohols and aluminum are just a few consequences of a wide range of supply chain problems across the country. According … Read more

Lack of liquor in Ontario causes LCBO to ask customers to shop early

The Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) advises ontarians to start their holiday alcohol purchases early, as ongoing global supply chain problems may cause shelves to be empty than usual this year. Lack of certain alcohols and aluminum are just a few consequences of a wide range of supply chain problems across the country. According … Read more

Bitcoin and ether prices are falling sharply

Bitcoin and ether are the two most prominent cryptocurrencies. Jaap Arriens | NurPhoto | Getty Images Bitcoin prices fell sharply in the early hours of ET Saturday and fell more than 10% to a low near $ 43,000. The world’s most prominent cryptocurrency offset losses subsequently and changed hands to around $ 47,607. Still, bitcoin … Read more

Toronto Public Health investigates its first Omicron cases; Ontario reports 1,031 new COVID-19 infections

Several cases of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 have surfaced in Toronto public health units today as Ontario recorded its highest daily number of cases in six months. There were 1,031 new cases of COVID-19 reported in the province, the first time the daily number has risen to over a thousand since 30 May. Almost … Read more

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