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Environment Canada · Ottawa
Heat warning issued for Ottawa
Environment Canada's forecast calls for sunny and hot weather to continue for the final day of May and the start of June. Today's forecasted high of 32 C will threaten the record for the warmest May 31 in Ottawa history. A heat warning is in effect, with daytime highs in the low 30s and overnight lows in the high teens. Cooler temperatures are expected to return by the weekend.See the Story
75% Left coverage: 4 sources
Sudbury, Ontario · Sudbury
New detachment commander for Nipissing West OPP
Insp. Megan Moriarity took over the role on May 15. The new detachment head started her career in 1993 with the Prescott OPP. Moriarity was promoted to the rank of sergeant at the Bancroft detachment. In 2018 and 2019, Moriarity had the opportunity to serve as acting commander in James Bay and with the Manitoulin detachment.See the Story
OPP · Kapuskasing
NetNewsLedger - Fire Hazard Update: Restricted Fire Zone Implemented in Northwest Region
A new fire known as Red Lake 8 has been reported in the Northwest Region. The fire spans an area of 3 hectares and is currently being held. The Sioux Lookout 7 fire remains a significant concern, as it has now reached a staggering size of 10,253 hectares. The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has declared a Restricted Fire Zone.See the Story
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Peel Region police find missing Nipissing First Nation headdress
Nipissing First Nation Chief Scott McLeod says he received a call from Peel Regional Police telling him his car and its contents were found. Police had said the headdress has significant sentimental value and was of historic importance to the First Nation. The headdress bears seven white eagle feathers that signify the commitment a leader makes to lead with responsibility.See the Story
90% Left coverage: 10 sources
Pickering, Ontario · Pickering
Ontario announces new apprentice program that lets Grade 11 students earn their high-school diploma on the job
Education Minister Stephen Lecce says it's a deal that lets high school students earn credits toward a secondary school diploma while they apprentice. The province says the construction industry will need 72,000 new workers by 2027. Premier Doug Ford's government has pledged to build 1.5 million homes by 2031.See the Story
71% Left coverage: 7 sources
Google Doodle Celebrates Mutual Support for International Women's Day
International Women’s Day falls on Wednesday, March 18. Bridport Library has planned a day of events to mark the day. From 11.30am on this day, the library will be joined by a selection of inspirational female writers. There will be a talk with local Nigerian-British writer Nikki May, author of Wahala: a Razor-Sharp Debut of Love, Race and Friendship.See the Story
39% Center coverage: 51 sources
Europe · Geneva
WHO declares end to Covid global public health emergency
The spread of Covid-19 is no longer a global public health emergency, the World Health Organization declared on Friday. “For more than a year, the pandemic has been on a downward trend with population immunity increasing from vaccination and infection, mortality decreasing, and the pressure on health systems easing,” WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said at a press conference in Geneva.See the Story
47% Center coverage: 317 sources
OPP Long Weekend Blitz to Focus on Seatbelt Safety
The OPP stresses that a properly worn seat belt that keeps you in your seat during a crash or rollover is one of the few things that can actually save your life. The officer says there were 61 seat belt-related deaths last year, and so far in 2023 there have been nine.See the Story
Freezing rain warning forecast for central Ontario
Freezing rain warnings have been issued by Environment Canada. Some areas could see a few hours of freezing rain, leading to isolated power outages and tree damage. The freezing rain warning includes Parry Sound, Rosseau, Killbear Park, Huntsville and Baysville. In addition, a special weather statement has been issued for Midland, Coldwater, Orr Lake, Orillia, Lagoon City, Washago, Port Carling, Port Severn and Gravenhurst.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Sudbury, Ontario · Sudbury
Water safety statement issued by Conservation Sudbury
Environment Canada has issued a winter storm watch for the Sudbury area. Snow and ice pellet accumulations of 20 to 30 cm are possible. Freezing rain with ice accretion of two to three mm is possible, along with strong wind gusts up to 60 km/h.See the Story