Home Blog Our Blog Manitoba’s Jones drops first game at Scotties to Homan by Kevin Hirschfield on February 21, 2024 In a battle of unbeatens Tuesday night, the Jennifer Jones rink finally suffered its first loss at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Calgary. Driver busted speeding in North Vancouver bus lane fined $1,500 by Simon Little on February 21, 2024 RCMP say a driver was hit with a $1,500 after being caught speeding in a North Vancouver bus lane last October. Power play stays hot, Brossoit rock solid as Winnipeg Jets dump Wild 6-3 by Christian Aumell on February 21, 2024 Gabriel Vilardi scored a pair of power play markers while Laurent Brossoit turned aside 36 shots in the win. Local Ukrainian volunteer organization to mark grim anniversary by Taya Fast on February 21, 2024 It’s been nearly two years since Russia invaded Ukraine, but the war is far from over. After weeks of silence, Victoria patient’s hospital room TV will be fixed by Kylie Stanton on February 21, 2024 Diane Moffatt has been at the Royal Jubilee Hospital since Dec. 27, receiving treatment for a urinary tract infection. She also lives with Alzheimer's disease. Dozens of vehicles pulled from the road in Abbotsford road safety blitz by Simon Little on February 21, 2024 Out of 87 inspections completed Tuesday, officers identified 268 violations, including 70 that met the "out of service" criteria. American teen killed in Banff ski collision by Paula Tran on February 21, 2024 An American teen was killed in a ski collision at Sunshine Village Ski Resort on Thursday, right before the Family Day long weekend. Alberta’s and Calgary’s inflation rates top the nation: Statistics Canada by Adam MacVicar on February 21, 2024 Alberta's rate of inflation rose to 3.4 per cent in January, while Calgary led Canadian major cities with an inflation rate of 4.1 per cent. B.C. is seeing a record number of ‘zombie fires’. What does this mean? by Amy Judd on February 21, 2024 Daniels said a couple of examples of "zombie fires" include the Horse River Fire, which forced the evacuation of Fort McMurry on May 1, 2016. That fire burned for more than a year. Fatal collision closes Highway 23 near Claresholm by Jennifer Ivanov on February 21, 2024 RCMP in southern Alberta are investigating a fatal collision involving two pick-up trucks. Divorce of Kevin Costner and Christine Baumgartner is finalized, officially ending their marriage on February 21, 2024 A judge has declared that Kevin Costner and his wife of nearly two decades, Christine Baumgartner, are now legally divorced, according to court records filed Tuesday. Donald Trump again compares his criminal indictments to imprisonment and death of Putin's top rival on February 21, 2024 Donald Trump doubled down Tuesday on comparing his criminal indictments to the circumstances of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny, the top political opponent of Russia’s autocratic leader Vladimir Putin who died in a remote arctic prison after being jailed by the Kremlin leader. Security guard dead after fight in downtown Edmonton parkade: police on February 20, 2024 A security guard is dead after an altercation in an Edmonton parkade, the Edmonton Police Service has confirmed. New Brunswick family pushes for health-care improvements after three-year-old daughter dies on February 20, 2024 Mohamad Bou Melhem is speaking out about New Brunswick health care and advocating for fast improvements after his three-year-old daughter died earlier this month 20-year-old driver facing charges after allegedly attempting sex with a passenger while driving near Peterborough on February 20, 2024 A 20-year-old driver is facing charges after he slammed his vehicle into a tree near Peterborough while attempting to have sexual intercourse with a passenger, police say. B.C. woman wins $15K in damages for 'serious pain and suffering' caused by dentist on February 20, 2024 A B.C. woman who sued her dentist after he performed "extensive" treatment that she did not consent to while she was sedated has been awarded more than $15,000 in damages. Driver ejected into the air after vehicle rolls over during police chase in U.S. on February 20, 2024 Ohio police say a driver and a one-year-old passenger survived following a vehicle rollover during a police chase. NATO secretary-general expects Canada to give timeline to meet defence spending target on February 20, 2024 NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says he expects Canada to lay out when it will reach the alliance's target of spending two per cent of GDP on defence. Marc-Andre Grenon guilty in 2000 murder, sex assault of Quebec college student on February 20, 2024 A Quebec Superior Court judge on Tuesday described Marc-André Grenon as a morally and sexually depraved killer as he sentenced him to life in prison for the first-degree murder of Quebec junior college student Guylaine Potvin in 2000. 'How did this happen?' Canadian couple stranded in Turks and Caicos after passports stolen on February 20, 2024 A celebratory trip has turned into a nightmare for a Mississauga couple stranded in the Turks and Caicos Islands after their Canadian passports were stolen during a break-in at their rental property.