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Canadian Hurricane Centre says Hurricane Fiona will be ‘historic, extreme event’

The Canadian Hurricane Centre says Hurricane Fiona will make landfall in eastern Nova Scotia as a powerful post-tropical storm early Saturday. In a Friday afternoon briefing, Bob Robichaud, a warning preparedness meteorologist with the centre, cautioned people not to focus on the hurricane’s track since its effects will be felt across a swath of eastern … Read more

WATCH: Canadian Hurricane Centre providing live update on Fiona at 1:30 p.m. NT

The Canadian Hurricane Centre is set to provide an update Friday afternoon on a massive storm barrelling toward Atlantic Canada. Hurricane Fiona, which has weakened to a Category 3 storm, is expected to cause dangerous storm surges along Newfoundland’s south coast and possibly record high water levels in the Port aux Basques area, says Environment Canada. Fiona was forecast to pass northwest … Read more

Canadian Hurricane Centre to Provide Update on Fiona

The Canadian Hurricane Centre is providing an update today on Hurricane Fiona which continues to churn towards Atlantic Canada. The last Tropical Cyclone Information Statement issued last night showed that the storm was southwest of Bermuda and moving northward at about 19 km/h with maximum sustained winds of 213 km/h. Environment Canada is warning of … Read more

City View Green Holdings Inc. Announces Results of Early Warrant Exercise Incentive Program

Toronto – City View Green Holdings Inc. (CSE: CVGR) (‘City View’ or the ‘Company’), trading through the facilities of the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol ‘CVGR’ and on the OTCQB under the symbol ‘CVGRF’, announces that it has issued a total of 26,980,571 shares for gross proceeds of $404,708.58 under the early warrant exercise … Read more

HFX Wanderers battle to a 0-0 draw with Cavalry FC in their 100th Canadian Premier League match

The 100th official match in the HFX Wanderers’ four-season history was a marked improvement over No. 99. Yet, it didn’t result in a much-needed victory for the Halifax-based Canadian Premier League club. Coming off a 3-2 setback Aug. 28 at last-place FC Edmonton – a match in which Wanderers head coach Stephen Hart called his … Read more

Public engagement results shows majority of Penticton still disapproves of Naramata Bench subdivision; Canadian Horizons moves to a new plan – Penticton News

Photo: Canadian Horizons The City of Penticton received feedback from more than 500 people on a proposed residential development for the Naramata Bench, with results showing a strong majority opposition to the current proposal. Back at a meeting in May, council voted to engage the public over proposed Official Community Plan changes for 1050 Spiller … Read more

To Fix or Not To Fix: Almost 50 percent of Canadian car owners would attempt DIY windshield chip repair, survey says

Toronto, Ontario – About 42 percent of Canadians have stated that they would attempt to fix chipped windshield repairs on their own vehicles. Another 15% of Canadians polled stated that they would perform larger repairs to their vehicle, like full windshield replacement. This data comes from a new survey presenting Canadian respondents’ inclinations regarding Do-it-Yourself … Read more


2022 Gold Stevie International Business Award We are deeply honoured by our wins and humbled to be in the company of such business legends as IBM, Telus, Bell, Canadian Tire, Mastercard, BMO and EY – winners in other categories.” — Piyush Sawhney, CEO, Dr. Phone Fix FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA, USA, August 31, 2022 / — DR. … Read more

Cavalry FC 1-0 York United — CPL Match #83 – Canadian Premier League

Final Score: Cavalry FC 1-0 York UnitedGoalscorer: Escalante 55′Game of the 2022 season: 83CPL match: 333 Match in a minute or less As has continued to be the case all season long, Cavalry FC and York United left no love out on the grass at Calgary’s ATCO Field on Saturday, as they combined for yet … Read more

Letters to the editor: ‘If Canadian authors want to be read widely, they should compete … internationally, rather than rely on buy-Canadian-first entitlement.’ How to fix Canadian books and publishing? Plus other letters to the editor for Aug. 27

Images are unavailable offline. Indigo bookstore at Bay and Bloor streets in Toronto, in 2021. Melissa Tait/The Globe and Mail Keep your Opinions sharp and informed. Get the Opinion newsletter. Sign up today. Come from away Re The Big Green Hydrogen Gambit (Report on Business, Aug. 20): Andrew Forrest’s plans to lead the world in … Read more