Maximizing Your Earnings: Tips for Making Additional Income While Holding a Full-Time Job in 2024

Whether saving for a rainy day, a down payment, or planning a vacation, even a small amount of extra money can make a big difference. A side hustle is a ... Read MoreRead More

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Health Canada provides clarification on who is eligible among seniors for the national dental care plan.

The recently updated information released by the federal government highlights the eligibility criteria for Canada’s national dental care plan. This update was prompted by concerns raised by seniors regarding the ... Read MoreRead More

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2024 Montreal comedy festival Just for Laughs called off, company filing for creditor protection

The renowned Montreal-based company responsible for organizing the esteemed Just for Laughs comedy festival has made the decision to cancel the 2024 edition of the event. This action came after ... Read MoreRead More

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RCMP files terrorism charges against suspect in Edmonton city hall shooting incident

Amidst the events that unfolded in January at Edmonton city hall, a security guard identified as Bezhani Sarvar stands accused of unsettling actions that have resulted in terrorism-related charges against ... Read MoreRead More

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Have you received a message pretending to be from the Canada Revenue Agency, requesting your SIN? It is a scam.

Tax season is upon us, and unfortunately, along with it comes a new scam that Canadians need to be wary of. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has issued a warning about ... Read MoreRead More

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Saskatchewan blanketed in snow following weekend storm, leading to school closures.

A snowstorm originating in Montana made its way into southern and central Saskatchewan over the weekend, causing road closures and disrupting business operations in various cities. The aftermath of the ... Read MoreRead More

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Cat Lake First Nation’s nursing outpost destroyed by fire, leaving isolated community without vital health-care facility

Cat Lake First Nation, situated in northwestern Ontario, is currently grappling with the aftermath of a devastating incident as their nursing station succumbed to a fierce fire, leaving the community ... Read MoreRead More

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The Health minister is optimistic that certain provinces will implement a pharmacare plan by the close of 2024.

Mark Holland, the Federal Health Minister, has expressed optimism that some provinces will be able to implement the government’s new pharmacare plan by the end of the year. He emphasized ... Read MoreRead More

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Owners are currently debating the implications of Alberta’s $200 electric vehicle registration tax.

Bassam Mahfoud made a purchase of a Tesla in December, joining fellow Canadians in the trend towards zero-emission vehicles. The sales of electric vehicles in Canada continue to set records ... Read MoreRead More

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Community gathers to honor asylum seeker who passed away after enduring hours in the cold while waiting for Mississauga shelter.

Community members gathered over the weekend to mourn the passing of Delphina Ngigi, a Kenyan asylum seeker who tragically died just three days after arriving in Canada. The solemn vigil ... Read MoreRead More

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Cain’s Quest changed its route the day before the race to circumvent adverse conditions in southern Labrador.

The Cain’s Quest organizers have adjusted the route of the Labrador snowmobile endurance race due to poor conditions on the south coast of the Big Land. The change was made ... Read MoreRead More

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Discuss relaxation: How Signal Hill and the ocean motivate these swimmers during the winter season.

It’s difficult to surpass the experience of a scorching summer day in Newfoundland and Labrador. When the sun is shining intensely, taking a dip outdoors becomes one of the most ... Read MoreRead More

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Demands for increased signage following incident where dog gets caught in 3 traps.

Calls for improved signage indicating trap locations are increasing after another dog in northern B.C. became ensnared not in one leg-hold trap, but three. Alexis Toews had taken her three ... Read MoreRead More

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Hartland’s Covered Bridge Potato Chips factory destroyed by fire

Firefighters from multiple units have gathered to combat a fire at Covered Bridge Potato Chips factory in Hartland, a key employer in the town of New Brunswick. The incident was ... Read MoreRead More

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‘The biggest deal in Dragons’ Den history’: The Dragon’s were speechless – The Most Successful Canadian TV Show: A Ranking of Top Performers All times

  Discover the true North, strong and entertaining, as we bring you the ultimate showdown of the most successful Canadian TV shows! From hilarious comedies to gripping dramas, StrawPoll has ... Read MoreRead More

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B.C. theater owner in a race against time to settle $40K CEBA loan before Jan. 18 cutoff

Diane Robinson is hopeful that her family-owned movie house in Terrace, B.C. will not face closure as they scramble to gather funds to repay a portion of their Canada Emergency ... Read MoreRead More

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N.B. man ‘grateful for remaining alive’ after coming close to being pierced in car collision

After a lengthy night shift on Jan.10th, Michael Roy climbed into his pickup truck along with a colleague and embarked on the long journey home. The drive could have spelled ... Read MoreRead More

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Southern B.C. crews get ready for another winter storm, encouraging commuters to embrace a ‘snow day’.

Maintenance trucks were on the roads salting and brining in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island in anticipation of another snowstorm hitting southern B.C. on Tuesday night. Environment Canada has ... Read MoreRead More

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Mayor’s of Brampton and Surrey urge federal government to intervene due to an increase in extortion threats specifically aimed at South Asians.

Two Canadian mayors are urging the federal government to assist in developing a coordinated approach to address the increasing extortion threats targeting businesses in their cities, particularly those owned by ... Read MoreRead More

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The individual responsible for the death of his estranged wife outside a Calgary school was dealing with charges related to domestic violence.

The individual who committed the act of killing his estranged spouse outside a Calgary elementary school on Tuesday morning had been charged with criminal offenses related to domestic violence and ... Read MoreRead More

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These twins are hopeful for an opportunity as a prestigious ballet school conducts auditions in Windsor.

Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet is known as one of the most prestigious ballet schools in the country, if not the world — and it’s the place where two Windsor brothers ... Read MoreRead More

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Quebec coroner advocates for more severe consequences for reckless drivers following the tragic fatality of a cyclist.

Michel Filteau claims that he has shed tears every day since his 36-year-old son was fatally struck while riding his bicycle in Sherbrooke, Quebec. Sébastien Filteau was hit by a ... Read MoreRead More

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