Toronto’s public beaches are open for swimming (August 11)

Heading to the beach? You’re in luck: Toronto’s public beaches will be open for swimming from August 11 at 7am. Here’s the latest beach water quality report from Toronto Public Health: Bluffer’s Beach (1 Brimley Road South) was tested safe for swimming on August 9 Center Island Beach (Toronto Islands) was tested safe for swimming … Read more

Afghan aid shipment canceled by Canadian agency due to anti-terrorist law – National

Two containers of food bound for Afghanistan have been canceled by a Canada-based aid organization over a law banning any association with the Taliban. World Vision says it has been forced to cancel a large shipment of “therapeutic food” that it said could have fed about 1,800 children. Asuntha Charles, the national director of World … Read more

Evraz seeks buyers for North American operations

Through Andrew Benson Worldwide news Posted on August 10, 2022 19:52 Smaller Font Reduce article font size –A Larger font Increase the font size of the article A+ Evraz plc, a Russian steelmaker, has officially started soliciting proposals for the acquisition of its North American subsidiaries, including Evraz Steel in Regina. In a press release … Read more

Woman, 89, dies a week after being hit by car in Toronto: Police – Toronto

An 89-year-old woman has died a week after being hit by a vehicle crossing a street in Mimico, police say. Toronto police said the collision occurred around 6:02 PM on Aug. 3 when a car traveling south on Royal York Road made a left turn onto Stanley Avenue. An 89-year-old woman was then hit by … Read more

Nick Kyrgios beats Daniil Medvedev at Canadian Open for US Open

Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev put on a great show in their second round at the Canadian Open on Thursday morning (AEST), as the Australian continued his brilliant form for this year’s US Open. Fresh from winning the Citi Open title in Washington, Kyrgios’ class on hard courts was once again on display as he … Read more

Nick Kyrgios beats Daniil Medvedev at Canadian Open for US Open

Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev put on a great show in their second round at the Canadian Open on Thursday morning (AEST), as the Australian continued his brilliant form for this year’s US Open. Fresh from winning the Citi Open title in Washington, Kyrgios’ class on hard courts was once again on display as he … Read more

Nick Kyrgios beats Daniil Medvedev at Canadian Open for US Open

Nick Kyrgios and Daniil Medvedev put on a great show in their second round at the Canadian Open on Thursday morning (AEST), as the Australian continued his brilliant form to become a big name again. Fresh from winning the Citi Open title in Washington, Kyrgios’ class on hard courts was once again on display as … Read more

Food crisis leads to rise in child brides, Canadian aid organizations warn

Through Personnel The Canadian Press Posted on August 10, 2022 14:32 Smaller Font Reduce article font size –A Larger font Increase the font size of the article A+ Canadian aid agencies warn that the world food crisis, exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, is resulting in underage girls being forced to marry. Plan International Canada … Read more

Video: Vancouver real estate agent shares anecdote about whether a house on a railroad sells

A real estate agent in Vancouver shares what he believes is an old real estate anecdote. The story goes something like, “Will a house on a railroad sell?” And the answer is: “Yes! … at the right price.” Marty Majerski shares the story in a new video to illustrate how the cooling real estate market … Read more

The U20 Women’s World Cup offers the best glimpse yet of the future stars of women’s football

At the first ever Women’s World Cup for Women in 2002, a 19-year-old striker announced himself on the international stage. She scored 10 goals in the two-week tournament, including five in one match against England, leading her country to the final against the US. Though losing in extra time, the teen finished as the Golden … Read more