Monthly Archives for November, 2018



Parents upset after kindergarten class relocated to school’s basement

Posted on: November 27th, 2018 by
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TORONTO — Mother Bianca Fetros feels her son Riley, and fellow senior kindergarten students at Bowmore Road Junior and Senior Public School, are being sent to the back of the class.

“Unfortunately he’s getting the shaft. That’s how I feel,” she said, after she learned her son’s class would be relocated to the basement of the school.

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Blood Tribe man ignores injunction, farms land

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STANDOFF – An ongoing land dispute on the Blood Tribe saw a bold turn of events over the weekend. A farmer near Standoff is ignoring a tribe-administered injunction by farming land, risking his own arrest in the process.

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Time to get reacquainted with comforting tomato soup

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Do you tend to overlook tomato soup? I do. These days when there is soup on the menu, whether it’s at one of those soup and sandwich joints or any number of restaurants, there usually are plenty of more adventurous items on offer, like Thai lemon grass curry soup or Morrocan lentil soup. Tomato soup just seems sort of humble next Continue reading the story "Time to get reacquainted with comforting tomato soup"

B.C. invests up to $10M to prevent wildfires

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VANCOUVER – Premier Christy Clark has announced millions of dollars in funding for projects ranging from crime and forest-fire prevention to jump-starting rural economies.

The promises made Friday to delegates at the Union of B.C. Municipalities convention in Vancouver are part of an effort to “pay back a dividend” to the people of B.C., said Clark.

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Police release surveillance images from Toronto restaurant shooting, seek 2 suspects

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TORONTO — Police have released surveillance images from a shooting at a downtown Toronto restaurant on Sunday night.

Police responded to a shooting call at 9:50 p.m. ET at Michael’s on Simcoe, an upscale steakhouse. Two patrons, a 29-year-old man and a 28-year-old woman both suffered gunshot wounds.

Police believe the shootings were targeted and said the suspects fled the area on foot.

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