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Alberta government will decrease oil production by 375,000 barrels per day in 2019

Alberta government will decrease oil production by 375,000 barrels per day in 2019

The Notley government has announced that it will enforce a mandatory reduction in the amount of oil produced in the province in order to close the price gap that’s costing the economy $80M every day. The premier made the announced in Edmonton on Sunday, adding that the federal government was to blame for the high oil price differential that has driven the price of Alberta crude to nearly $45 below the world price for oil. Under current conditions, Alberta is producing 190,000 barrels of crude oil and bitumen per dayRead More


Calgary church unveils eye-catching poppy display ahead of Remembrance Day

Calgary church unveils eye-catching poppy display ahead of Remembrance Day

CTVNews.ca Staff Published Thursday, November 8, 2018 10:05PM EST Last Updated Thursday, November 8, 2018 10:10PM EST A downtown church in Calgary has chosen to showcase poppies in a unique way ahead of Remembrance Day. What started as a project with a few volunteers making knitted poppies has blossomed into a global effort with poppies being sent from around the world. Streams of poppies have been tied to netting and draped outside and inside the Cathedral Church of the Redeemer. The poppy project was the brainchild of church member PippaRead More


Poll suggests younger Canadians interested in attending Remembrance Day events

Remembrance Day

Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, November 8, 2018 8:01AM EST Last Updated Thursday, November 8, 2018 8:03AM EST TORONTO — A new survey suggests Canadians of all generations are more likely to honour military veterans by attending a Remembrance Day ceremony this year. A poll commissioned by Historica Canada, the organization behind the popular Heritage Minutes videos, found a 10-per-cent spike in the number of respondents who planned to take part in a ceremony this year compared to 2017. The online poll, conducted by Ipsos, found 39 perRead More


A long day for Windsor Fire & Rescue Services

Windsor Fire on Oak St

CTV Windsor Published Tuesday, October 23, 2018 9:08PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 23, 2018 10:33PM EDT Windsor fire fighters had quite the day, responding to three fires. Around 1 p.m., crews were called to a minor basement fire in an apartment on Ouellette Ave. near Shepherd.  Then around 6 p.m., crews responded to another call at 455 Glengarry. A fire broke out on a 6th floor apartment unit, due to unattended cooking. Officials say it caused $15,000 in damages.  Shortly after that, crews arrived at a home in theRead More


Voting extended as online issues hit Election Day

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Wide-spread issues with the online voting system prompted several municipalities across the region and parts of Ontario to extend their voting hours. Municipalities that will offer voting on Tuesday until 8 p.m. are: Bracebridge Muskoka Lakes Innisfil Gravenhurst Collingwood Georgian Bay Bradford West Gwillimbury Owen Sound Huntsville Penetanguishene Town of Blue Mountains Lake of Bays Oro-Medonte We will have full coverage of the results as they become available. Source link #canadiannews #worldnews #headlinenews and stories from around the world USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feedRead More


Northern Pulp’s new proposal comes one day after effluent leak

Northern Pulp's new proposal comes one day after effluent leak

CTV Atlantic Published Monday, October 22, 2018 10:50PM ADT Last Updated Monday, October 22, 2018 10:55PM ADT Northern Pulp is proposing a new route for its controversial plan to pipe treated effluent into the Northumberland Strait. The idea comes the day after a leak was found in the current pipeline near Pictou Landing First Nation. First Nations leaders and fishing groups still say any pipeline is unacceptable, though. The pipe carrying effluent from the northern pulp mill started leaking Sunday morning, a day after the mill began maintenance shutdown. ItRead More


FBI says man with 200-pound bomb had Election Day plot

FBI headquarters file

NEW YORK — Federal authorities have charged a New York man with building a 200-pound (90-kilogram) bomb that he planned to detonate on Election Day on the National Mall in Washington. Paul Rosenfeld, of Tappan, was charged Wednesday with unlawfully manufacturing a destructive device and interstate transportation and receipt of an explosive. Prosecutors say he planned to use the bomb to kill himself and draw attention to a political system called sortation, in which public officials are chosen randomly rather than elected. It was not immediately clear whether Rosenfeld hadRead More


CEO gives his car to employee who walked 20 miles to work

CEO gives his car to employee who walked 20 miles to work

The Alabama man was ready to start his first day at a new job but his car broke down. source todays world news – CEO gives his car to employee who walked 20 miles to work #worldnews #breakingnews #music #headlinenews USA Today News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rssfeeds.usatoday.com/usatoday-NewsTopStories” limit=”20″] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS Headlines [su_feed url=”http://feeds.abcnews.com/abcnews/usheadlines” limit=”20″]


Iveson receives spirit name ‘Day Star’

Iveson receives spirit name ‘Day Star’

Mayor Don Iveson was given the name “Day Star,” which in Cree translates to kîsikâw acâhkos, in honour of the city’s efforts in reconciliation and indigenous awareness. More than 8,000 employees have completed a unique training that highlights the impacts of residential schools, and encourages dialogue on reconciliation in the workplace. The city’s manager Linda Cochrane and Talent Management and Support Services Branch Manager Jeff MacPherson were also gifted with their own spirit names. Cochraine was given the name, Grandmother Fox, which in Cree translates to notokwew mahkêsîs. And MacPherson received theRead More


Are Lady Gaga fans trashing ‘Venom’ movie debuting same day as ‘A Star is Born’?

Are Lady Gaga fans trashing 'Venom' movie debuting same day as 'A Star is Born'?

Despite being two completely different genres appealing to very different moviegoers, Lady Gaga’s fans are reportedly trashing Sony Pictures’ “Venom” supervillain film online because it’s opening on the same day as the pop star’s own romantic drama “A Star Is Born.” In one widely circulated tweet, a user named Anne Harrison claims she left the cinema partway through “Venom” because it was so bad. “I saw Venom last night and had to leave halfway through, my children wouldn’t stop crying at how bad it was. Luckily a second pre screeningRead More