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Hit-and-run driver injures motorcyclist in Kearny Mesa
A 53-year-old motorcyclist was taken to a hospital with fractured ribs and a fractured left ankle. The victim was riding a 2005 Triumph motorcycle west on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard at Kearny Villa Road on a green light. Police said the car involved in the crash may have been a white Nissan.See the Story
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Taxes · Guelph
Guelph council approves 2023 budget with 4.46% property tax hike
While it is the highest increase since the 4.5 per cent seen in 2008, it is lower than the 4.96 per cent that staff originally proposed earlier this month.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
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Wellington County · Wellington County
Rising costs mean fewer items added to county library collection in 2022
WELLINGTON COUNTY – Last year, the county library spent more money purchasing fewer items for its collection than it did in 2021, according to an annual statistics report. According to the data, presented to the Wellington County Library Board this month, the county purchased 1,053 fewer items in 2022 than in 2021, but spent $23,900 more. “There were less items purchased because book and audio/video prices went up in 2022 compared to 2021,” chie…See the Story
Several municipalities declare 'Significant Weather Event'
Haldimand County has declared a significant weather event ahead of a winter storm. The combination of snowfall and extreme winds are expected to result in hazardous travel conditions. All municipal facilities have been closed for Dec. 23 and 24 due to the storm. Garbage and recycling curbside collection have been cancelled.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Ring in 2023 at the best New Year's Eve celebrations across the country
The Town of Canmore will host two in-person activities to celebrate New Year's Eve 2023. Banff Avenue will not be closed this year. It will be a free event with no tickets starting at 6 p.m. and the conclusion at midnight at Central Park. The traditional midnight fireworks display will return to Millennium Park.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Hospitals · Quebec
COVID-19 in Alberta: Hospitalizations and ICU numbers decline; 46 new deaths
Officials say 2,081 people are in hospital with the disease, a rise of 60 from the day before. 207 people in the past 24 hours were admitted and 147 discharged. Officials say there are 63 people in intensive care with COVID-19, including 36 who are there because of the virus.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 6 sources