Power out, trees down as London, Ont. hit by storm – London | Globalnews.ca

Some Londoners are dealing with power outages and fallen trees as London, Ont., battled an intense thunderstorm late Saturday morning. Environment Canada issued a severe thunderstorm watch and warning, which have both ended. Read more: Severe thunderstorm watch issued for parts of Ontario cottage country as long weekend gets underway Power outages in London, Ont. … Read more

‘Sportstalk, go ahead’: Starting a Vancouver radio talk show juggernaut

Breadcrumb Trail Links Vancouver Canucks Sports NHL Entertainment Books An excerpt from Dan Russell’s memoir, which recounts the highs and lows of hosting a call-in radio sports show in Vancouver for three decades. Publishing date: May 21, 2022  •  21 minutes ago  •  8 minute read  •  Join the conversation Host Dan Russell ponders a listener’s … Read more

A year of trauma, catharsis and finally peace for some survivors of Kamloops school

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Local News For survivors of the residential school system, last year’s discovery of the unmarked graves in Kamloops has meant reawakened trauma, catharsis and, for some, a kind of closure. Author of the article: The Canadian Press Dirk Meissner Publishing date: May 21, 2022  •  49 minutes ago  •  4 minute read … Read more

How a museum’s earthquake fears shook up B.C.’s politics

VICTORIA, B.C.—A slow trickle of guests is winding in and out of the Royal British Columbia Museum as crisp winds swirl around the queue. Some have doubtlessly been drawn in by the low ticket price of $5, resulting from the current closure of the museum’s third floor for a decolonization project. Some, such as Jim … Read more

Flu cases on the rise in Canada despite expected fall

The federal government is reporting a sharp rise in influenza in recent months, at a time of the year when detected cases generally start to fall in Canada. The government’s latest FluWatch report says 2,121 laboratory detections of influenza, including 2,113 for influenza A and eight for influenza B, were reported during the week of … Read more

Australian PM concedes election defeat as Labor Party looks likely to form government | CBC News

Prime Minister Scott Morrison conceded defeat Saturday after a federal election in Australia, and the opposition Labor Party was set to end almost a decade of conservative rule, possibly with the support of pro-environment independents. Morrison acted quickly after Saturday’s election, despite millions of votes yet to be counted, because an Australian prime minister must attend a … Read more

Kingston, Ont., high school soccer champions crowned – Kingston | Globalnews.ca

The Kingston-area high school senior soccer championship games were played at George Richardson Memorial Stadium Friday. In the senior girls KASSAA championship game, it came right down to the wire between Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School and Lasalle Secondary School. The teams traded goals in regulation but ended it in a tie. Both teams battled … Read more

LILLEY UNLEASHED: Calling Poilievre a white supremacist over use of ‘Anglo Saxon’ disgusting

Article content WATCH BELOW as the Sun’s political columnist Brian Lilley says Pierre Poilievre‘s choice of words during an interview with Jordan Peterson was a conversation between two weird guys and there is nothing there to call him a racist. What do YOU think? Tweet and Facebook us! And don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube … Read more