Motorcyclist has serious injuries after crash with vehicle in Mississauga

Motorcyclist has serious injuries after crash with vehicle in Mississauga

A motorcyclist has serious injuries following a collision with a vehicle in Mississauga Thursday evening. Peel police responded to a collision between a motorcycle and car in the area of ​​Lakeshore and Mississauga Roads, at around 11:05 pm A man was ejected from the motorcycle and transported to a trauma center in serious condition, police … Read more

COVID-19: After brief dip, cases in BC hospital climb again

COVID-19: After brief dip, cases in BC hospital climb again

British Columbia reported another increase in the number of people with COVID-19 in the province’s hospitals and intensive care units on Thursday. The update came a week after BC reported its first decline in COVID-19 cases in hospital in weeks. According to the BC Center for Disease Control, there were 596 patients with COVID-19 in … Read more

GTA gas prices: Analyst predicts record-breaking price at the pumps this weekend

GTA gas prices: Analyst predicts record-breaking price at the pumps this weekend

Gas prices across the Greater Toronto Area will reach a new record high this weekend, according to one industry analyst. The average cost of a liter of regular gasoline actually dropped four cents overnight to 192.9 cents per liter. But Dan McTeague, who is the president of Canadians for Affordable Energy, told CP24 on Thursday … Read more

Thousands of Toronto students ditching virtual learning for 2022-23, returning to classroom

Thousands of Toronto students ditching virtual learning for 2022-23, returning to classroom

Thousands of Toronto students who have been at home learning virtually during the COVID-19 pandemic will shut off their devices and head back to the classroom next fall. Registration figures for September 2022 at the public and Catholic school boards reveal students plan to return in droves to in-person learning. At the Toronto District School … Read more

One person dead after serious collision near Peterborough

One person dead after serious collision near Peterborough

One person is dead following a serious collision near Peterborough Thursday evening. Ontario Provincial Police said it happened in the area of ​​Lakefield and Buckhorn roads just after 7 pm One person was pronounced dead, while two others were taken to hospital with minor injuries. The cause of the collision is unknown.

Thousands attend annual anti-abortion rally on Parliament Hill

Thousands attend annual anti-abortion rally on Parliament Hill

Erika Ibrahim, The Canadian Press Published Thursday, May 12, 2022 5:55AM EDT Last Updated Thursday, May 12, 2022 8:39PM EDT OTTAWA – Thousands of anti-abortion demonstrators descended on Parliament Hill Thursday, as a leaked US Supreme Court draft decision brings renewed attention to the issue on both sides of the border. “How about that Roe … Read more

Most of SE Michigan at high level of COVID-19 community transmission

Most of SE Michigan at high level of COVID-19 community transmission

(WXYZ) — The Centers for Disease Control has updated the COVID-19 community risk level, placing nearly all of Southeastern Michigan at the high-risk of community transmission level. The updated map places Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston and St. Clair counties at the high-risk level. Monroe and Lenawee counties are at the medium risk of community … Read more

LA County COVID Cases Among School Students and Staff are Up 322% – NBC Los Angeles

LA County COVID Cases Among School Students and Staff are Up 322% – NBC Los Angeles

Nearly 3,000 more COVID-19 infections and seven more virus-related deaths were reported in Los Angeles County in its latest data, with health officials again reporting increases in the number of cases among school students and staff. According to the county Department of Public Health, 3,151 students and 737 staff members tested positive for the virus … Read more

The AP Interview: US ‘vulnerable’ to COVID without new shots

The AP Interview: US ‘vulnerable’ to COVID without new shots

WASHINGTON (AP) — White House COVID-19 coordinator Dr. Ashish Jha issued a dire warning Thursday that the US will be increasingly vulnerable to the coronavirus this fall and winter if Congress doesn’t swiftly approve new funding for more vaccines and treatments. In an Associated Press interview, Jha said Americans’ immune protection from the virus is … Read more