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Data last updated July 26, Complete Island Health dashboard is available here. City buys long-time vacant land in downtown Nanaimo. This is my big pot! She celebrat Banned Gabriola Island commercial fisherman taken to B. Supreme Court by the province on June The B. Civil Forfeiture Offi Nothing found after report of dead body at Westwood Lake. Joseph Weatherill attended the event and told Nanai Live summer music series takes the stage in downtown Nanaimo. The Downtown Nanaimo Business Association created a summer corner concert series, featuring rotating solo and duo artists entertaining mid day crowds along the Commercial St.
Jul 25, Water Cooler: Front St. This week's feature discusses nearly-complete upgrades to Front St. Walton, Nanaimo Jul 24, As COVID vaccination rates increase and case s drop across the country, the provinces and territories have begun Seeking men in Ladysmith British Columbia the reopening plans for businesses, events and recreational facilities. Most of the plans are based on each jurisdiction reaching vaccination targets at certain dates, while also keeping t A statement from the Health Ministry on Monday says cases were active across the province, up from at the last update on Friday.
One more person has died from COVI The Agriculture Ministry says each farm is required to report the total of mink to the provincial heal Pandemic pares back pomp of Mary Simon's installation ceremony as governor general. The installation ceremonies for Simon's predecessors have attracted hundreds of people packed tightly into the Senate, including cabinet ministers, senator The price was not made pu Fires in Western Canada creating own weather systems, experts say.
Michael Fromm, a meteorologist with the United States Naval Research Laboratory, said the phenomenon is known as a pyrocumulonimbus firestorm and has been tracked t Fairy Creek protesters defend felling small trees in order to impede police. Therapy dogs. Dogs help people get over vaccine anxiety. John Ambulance provides therapy dogs to help alleviate stress and provide emotional support for people who are nervous about getting their shot.
Therapy dog Nova will be visi Summer Soccer. Summer programming gives Nanaimo United athletes more time on the pitch. Six aside summer sessions are proving popular with all age groups, the club is running outreach soccer events at Maffeo Sutton Park and six athletes have received scholarships to assist with their post seco Jul 23, Well Choreographed. Nanaimo gymnast earns top ten at Canadian Championships. The year-old finished with an all around ninth place at the Canadian Championships. Her included sixth place finishes in vault, bars and floor and a ninth over performance on the beam.
White was also named the winne Jul 18, Raiders Return. VI Raiders football schedule to kick off in September. Nanaimo's junior football team will take on the Langley Rams in the season opener on Sept. Jul 15, The team will start on the road for a Seeking men in Ladysmith British Columbia header against the Powell River Kings beginning Friday Oct.
Powell River will return serve for Nanaimo's home opening weekend, also a double Jun 07, Whirlwind Season. Coach Darren Naylor lauded t May 13, Season Over. Clippers go down to the wire in season ending shootout loss. Naylor, the longest serving Clipp May 12, Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of July What we are watching in Canada The software issue identified as a cause of last year's naval helicopter crash off Greece that killed six Canadian crew Urgent need in Alberta to address potent drug supply, overdose crisis: health experts. EDMONTON - Alberta needs to create an emergency program similar to ones in other provinces to address a toxic drug supply that is killing people, an emergency room doctor and public health professor say.
The of deaths from poisoning caused by increasingly potent drugs shows no of slowing down in Alberta, sa Alberta judge to sentence trucker found guilty in the death of a woman in hotel room.
Bradley Barton was convicted in February in the manslaughter of Cindy Gladue, a year-old Metis and Cree woman, who died in his room at the Yellowhead Inn in June Barton's trial Fix to software problem behind naval helicopter crash needed 'forthwith': experts. HALIFAX - The software issue identified as a cause of last year's naval helicopter crash off Greece that killed six Canadian crew members needs to be fixed without delay, say experts on the interplay between automation and humans in aircraft. Two internal reviews by the Canadian Armed Forces found the autopilot took co Infrastructure bank CEO says agency may spend more on zero-emission buses.
OTTAWA - The head of a federal infrastructure financing agency says he has seen a shift in the types of transit projects cities want to build as they opt for zero-emission buses in lieu of large-scale subways. Canada Infrastructure Bank chief executive Ehren Cory says the shift mirrors other changes in the planning of Explosion at chemical complex in German city of Leverkusen.
Germany's Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance classified the explosion as "an extreme threat" and asked residents to Tokyo hits record 2, virus cases days after Games begin. It brings Tokyo's total to more thansince the pandemic began last year.
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