Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival kicks off summer in the city

False Creek will come alive again to the sound of drums encouraging teams of rowers to travel as fast as possible. That’s because the Concord Pacific Dragon Boat Festival returns to False Creek this summer. The 2022 event features two days of free live music at Concord Pacific Place and Creekside Park on June 25 … Read more

Jann Arden in Toronto, ON – View Review

Jann ArdenMay 24, 2022Massey Hall, Toronto, ON Grand introductions to the newly revamped space of Massey Hall, featuring soaring vocals from Jann Ardenand dancing light plots provided by Christie Lites. The city of Toronto is home to some wonderful music venues, and Massey Hall is no exception. Three years in the making, 1933’s Massey Hall … Read more

Vancouver Weather: Mostly Cloudy | Vancouver sun

Links to breadcrumbs News Local news There is also a small chance of showers in Metro Vancouver on Saturday. Mostly cloudy in Metro Vancouver is expected on Saturday. Photo by Francis Georgian †PNG Article content VANCOUVER, B.C.: Saturday 28 May.Today’s weather is expected to be mostly cloudy with sunny spells, a slight chance of showers … Read more

Ontario COVID news: lowest IC occupancy in six months

Ontario health officials report the lowest COVID-19 occupancy rate in the province’s intensive care unit in six months as hospitalizations related to the disease continue to decline. Health officials said on Saturday that 144 people in the ICU have tested positive for COVID-19. The last time the province recorded an ICU count this low was … Read more

Toronto Fire investigates fatal apartment fire

One person has died after a fire broke out in an apartment in the east of the city on Saturday morning. The fire service responded to a fire at an apartment building on Victoria Park Avenue, near O’Connor Drive, around 8:10 a.m. According to the fire service, the fire started in a unit on the … Read more

Ottawa Unveils New CRTC Rules Aiming to Lower Phone and Internet Prices

The federal government is proposing new rules that it says will help make the internet more affordable and cut phone bills. Ottawa is demanding that the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) allow smaller Internet service providers access to the networks of the major telecommunications companies, saying it must “take action to have more timely … Read more