Supercrawl organizers reveal 2022 music lineup amid early September return for Hamilton festival – Hamilton | Globalnews.ca

Tim Baker, The Dirty Nil, Hamilton All-Stars, Sarah Harmer, Lido Pimienta and Charlotte Day Wilson are just some of the artists who will be on stage when Supercrawl makes a full return to central Hamilton this fall. The James Street North festival tent will occupy its traditional neighborhood corridor for the first time since 2019 … Read more

Air Canada to reduce July, August flights in response to travel congestions – National | Globalnews.ca

Air Canada will make “meaningful reductions” to its flight schedule in July and August to deal with ongoing flight delays and congestion at the airport, according to a statement released on Wednesday. In the statement sent to customers, Air Canada’s President and CEO Michael Rousseau said that the airline’s operations and its ability to serve … Read more

Lots happening in London, Ont. this Canada Day long weekend – London | Globalnews.ca

After two years of events subdued by the covid-19 pandemic, Londoners will be celebrating this Canada Day with fireworks and festivities. 980 CFPL has compiled a list of some of the events taking place in the city this Friday and throughout the long weekend, including downtown markets, Canada Day picnics and more. On Friday, the … Read more

Police investigating after 70-year-old woman drowns at Wasaga Beach | Globalnews.ca

Police are investigating after a woman drowned at Wasaga Beach. Ontario Provincial Police said Tuesday around 10:41 a.m. that a woman wading in the water a short distance from the beach in Beach Area 6 began showing “signs of distress.” Police said witnesses tried to help her. Read more: 22-year-old Brampton man drowns at Wasaga … Read more

Experts weigh in on Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 situation | Globalnews.ca

The uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 continues when Saskatchewan enters its third summer and has to deal with the virus. Experts say that public health now more than ever must keep the message clear: keep pace with proper vaccinations and booster shots. “Driving covid-19 to the back burner will not help us individually or collectively,” said epidemiologist … Read more

Saskatoon police makes arrests in two stolen vehicle cases | Globalnews.ca

Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) and surrounding departments worked together on two stolen vehicle incidents that resulted in arrests over the weekend. The first incident occurred on Saturday around 9:30 p.m., when an SPS officer saw a Dodge RAM 1500 driving irregularly near 20th and 1st Avenues. SPS Air Support tracked the vehicle as it left … Read more

More than half of Canadians oppose swearing allegiance to the Queen, poll shows – National | Globalnews.ca

Most people in Canada do not think that people should have to swear an oath of allegiance to the queen, according to a survey before Canada Day. A survey by Leger for the Association of Canadian Studies showed that 56 percent of those surveyed did not agree to swear allegiance to the Queen. New Canadians … Read more

Rain event, transit masking, STC wellness centre highlight Saskatoon city council | Globalnews.ca

The answer to last week’s rain event was a big topic at Saskatoon’s City Council on Monday afternoon. “In the 24 hours since the storm began, more than 1,200 calls were received to the customer service center, with 114 requiring service,” said Angela Gardiner, Utilities and Environment Director General. Mayor Charlie Clarke said much praise … Read more

Doug Ford says election promise to increase disability support will be in 2022 budget | Globalnews.ca

Ontario’s Prime Minister Doug Ford says fulfilling an election promise to increase disability benefits is “one of” his top priorities. Ford has not set a date to fulfill the promise. “When we go back into the house, we will make sure it goes as fast as possible,” Ford told reports on Monday. “When that happens, … Read more

Man dead after car crashes into pole in Vaughan: police – Toronto | Globalnews.ca

A man in his 30s has died after a single accident in Vaughan late on Sunday, police say. York Regional Police said rescue workers were called to Jane Street at 11:30 p.m., between Teston and Kirby roads. Police said a four-door sedan crashed into a post and a 30-year-old man died at the scene. Read … Read more