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A victim of a shooting ordeal sustained gunshot wounds

A victim of a shooting ordeal sustained gunshot wounds

Two men sustained fatal gunshot wounds. Both were declared dead after a shooting incident in a small community in rural B.C. According to the police, they received a call from the community of Needles on the west shore of the Arrow Lakes after a report of shots being fired. Shooting incident Based on a news […]

The mask mandate will be in place for at least a month.

The majority of Canadians share that wearing a face mask is a civic duty

Based on a new survey, it suggests that the recent rise in new COVID-19 cases throughout Canada comes with a similar increase in support for the mandatory face mask policies in public spaces. In the online survey by Leger and the Association for Canadian Studies, it stated that around 83% of the respondents feel that […]

CPR

Survivor of heart attack emphasizes the importance of CPR training

Gordon Andrusiak was given CPR when he suffered a heart attack. The incident occurred when he went for a short jog near Neill Nesbitt Park. Dangers of heart attacks Andrusiak had a heart condition but has been exercising regularly and wanted to include jogging into his routine. Luckily, in just a few minutes later, he […]

Face masks not mandatory for Kindergarten to Grade 3 students

Face masks not mandatory for Kindergarten to Grade 3 students

Some Ottawa parents share that it was a mistake for Ottawa’s public school board to vote against a motion to make face masks mandatory for young students. The Ottawa Carleton District School Board trustees voted eight-to-four against a motion to make face masks mandatory for all Kindergarten to Grade 3 students. Face masks are mandatory […]

Edmonton to make face masks mandatory in city-operated facilities and public transit

Edmonton to make face masks mandatory in city-operated facilities and public transit

Edmonton has moved to make face masks mandatory in all city-owned and operated amenities, services, and attractions including public transit. The recommendation was made by the administration during the city’s emergency advisory committee meeting and the new requirement is set to come into effect on August 1. The decision was not taken lightly, but the […]