The SIU said the incident happened just after 2 p.m. on Feb. 28.
The New Brunswick government has now removed the requirement for COVID-19 proof of vaccination for businesses and events.
A dramatic drop in the ruble and fresh sanctions from Canada and other western nations will hit Russian consumers hard but might not dissuade war efforts, experts say.
The poll results show that one-third of respondents say they have too much debt, with Saskatchewan showing the highest figure in Saskatchewan at 51 per cent.
The Games, which are expected to attract up to 1,800 participants in 17 sports competitions, have been moved from February this year to March 23 to 26, 2023.
BCREA also wants the province to bring more transparency to the homebuying process, so people can make more informed decisions, when they are caught in multiple offer scenarios.
Los Angeles County health officials announced Monday that, following new state recommendations, they too will make masking indoors optional for schools. The L.A. County Department of Public Health said it will align school masking measures with the state and shift to strongly recommending indoor masking requirements at childcare sites and K-12 schools beginning March 12.… Continue reading L.A. County to drop school masking mandate but districts may continue enforcing the requirement
Sun-Times file photo Lucullus Lee Jr. died Sunday at the University of Chicago Medical Center, according to the Cook County medical examiner’s office. A 65-year-old man died days after he was struck in the head in the Bronzeville neighborhood. Lucullus Lee Jr. died Sunday at the University of Chicago Medical Center, according to the Cook… Continue reading Man, 65, dies after beating in Bronzeville
The American and Ukrainian flags at a demonstration in Chicago against the Russian invasion of Ukraine. | Scott Olson/Getty Just because our democracy will be 250 years old later in this decade does not mean that we can take it for granted. My intent was to write a commentary talking about how my experiences in… Continue reading Assault on Ukraine’s democracy has plenty to teach America
Actors Brittney Johnson appears on stage during the curtain call of the musical “Wicked” at the Gershwin Theatre in New York on Feb. 14, 2022. Johnson is the first Black actor to assume the role of Glinda full-time. | Greg Allen/Invision/AP The young Broadway veteran is the first Black actor to assume the role of… Continue reading ‘Wicked’ welcomes a pioneering good witch, Brittney Johnson
AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Independent School District is picking its repurposing process back up, after a hiatus because of the pandemic. Repurposing is when AISD identifies “the future use of district properties that are underutilized or no longer in use.” The district said it recognizes schools are community assets, so it wants to explore… Continue reading Austin ISD resumes repurposing process for six sites
Shapps’s announcement came as a Russian-owned vessel was due to dock in Orkney, Scotland, on Tuesday.
Following criticism, Switzerland announced that it will join with the European Union in sanctioning Russia over its invasion of Ukraine.
Shortly after we left Kharkiv, a massive Russia air assault began. The normal three-hour drive to Dnipro took twice that long.
A shipment of SpaceX’s Starlink satellite internet dishes arrived in Ukraine on Monday.
Sanctions have restricted Moscow’s access to foreign currencies and sent Russians running to withdraw cash to conserve the purchasing power.
Zoom’s revenue growth is continuing to slow after its business surged during the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Tesla reportedly aims to produce at least half a million cars annually at its “Gigafactory Berlin,” along with batteries for them.
Twelve members of Russia’s diplomatic mission to the UN have been ordered to leave the United States by the end of March, Russia’s ambassador to the world body said Monday.
The Russian army may have advanced less fast than planned in five days of war in Ukraine, but experts on Monday warned against jumping to conclusions from the apparent slowdown.
Israeli police have fired stun grenades, rubber bullets and wastewater canons to disperse Palestinian stone-throwers at a gate to Jerusalem’s Old City
International Criminal Court prosecutor to open probe into possible war crimes or crimes against humanity in Ukraine
Belarusian authorities say more than half of the country’s voters approved constitutional reforms that would allow its authoritarian leader to stay in power until 2035 and open the way for stronger military cooperation with Russia
The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says he plans to open an investigation “as rapidly as possible” into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Ukraine
Germany’s vice chancellor is traveling to Washington for talks with U.S. officials that will focus on energy security and the need to ramp up renewable energy in the wake of Russia’s attack on Ukraine
The suspected attack forced Toyota, one of the world’s largest auto manufacturers, to suspend operations at 14 of its Japanese plants on Tuesday, impacting the production of about 13,000 vehicles. (Image credit: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP via Getty Images)
Global heating is having dire effects on people and nature, the U.N. says, with urgent action needed to curb emissions and adapt to worsening effects.
Parts of Brisbane, Australia’s third-most populous city, were under water Monday after heavy rain brought record flooding to some East Coast areas and killed eight people.
Euphoria—the most tweeted-about TV show of the decade in the U.S.—has thrust teenage drug use into the cultural spotlight. The HBO show follows 17-year-old Rue Bennett, a sweet but troubled teen played by Zendaya, as she navigates a deepening drug use disorder. It’s not pretty. Rue takes the powerful opioid fentanyl, injects morphine, and drags… Continue reading What Euphoria Gets Right—and Wrong—About Teen Drug Use and Addiction
KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — An embattled Ukraine moved to solidify its bond with the West on Monday by applying to join the European Union, while the first round of Ukraine-Russia talks aimed at ending the fighting concluded with no deal but an agreement to keep talking. Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy posted photos of himself signing… Continue reading Ukraine Seeks to Join E.U. as Round of Talks With Russia Ends
In the fall of 1968, journalist Earl Caldwell had just gotten back to the New York Times‘ offices in New York City from a reporting trip in California. As he recalls, he was at his desk for no more than five minutes when a receptionist told him that two men were at the office and… Continue reading How a Journalist’s Refusal to Testify Against the Black Panthers Changed First Amendment Rights
LONDON (AP) — Global oil and gas giant Shell said Monday that it is pulling out of Russia as President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine continues to cost the country’s all-important energy industry foreign investment and expertise. Shell announced its intention to exit its joint ventures with Russia’s state-owned energy giant Gazprom and related entities,… Continue reading Shell Will Pull Out of Energy Investments in Russia Over War
Warning: This review includes spoilers about The Batman. Now, it’s probably official. Batman can never again be fun, or have fun. He’s the gloomiest of superheroes, haunted by a traumatic past, doomed to skulk around a filthy, lawless Gotham that, at least in the somber vision of Matt Reeves’ The Batman, is an obvious metaphor… Continue reading The Batman Is Dark, Real Dark—Or So It Wants Us to Think
I’ll level with you: this has been an unusually weak month for new shows. Maybe the networks ran out of steam after unveiling some actually-pretty-decent new comedies in January, or maybe some release dates got shuffled to avoid conflicting with an Olympics that very few people ended up watching. All I can say for sure… Continue reading The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in February 2022
This article is part of the The DC Brief, TIME’s politics newsletter. Sign up here to get stories like this sent to your inbox. If the Republican Party has an id, it might look like Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds. Mask requirements? Scrap ‘em. Vaccine mandates? In the trash. Distance learning? Nah, thanks. Throughout the COVID-19… Continue reading Why Kim Reynolds’ Republican State of the Union Response Matters
Ukraine is not the only theater of conflict in the current war between Russia and the former Soviet republic. The 30 nations of NATO are coordinating sanctions, sending supplies, and moving troops and weaponry into position to defend the alliance from a wider war. All 193 member countries of the United Nations are involved too,… Continue reading Why Russia (Probably) Won’t Crash the Space Station
The topline of the official press release of the latest report by the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) calls global warming “a threat to human wellbeing and health of the planet,” while optimistically noting that “taking action now can secure our future.” What is left unsaid in the release, but made clear… Continue reading Climate Change Will Mean More Expensive Grocery Bills For Everyone, According to New IPCC Report
What would it take to persuade the European Union to ship weapons into a war zone for the first time in its history? To get Germany to sharply increase its military spending? To inspire famously neutral Switzerland to announce sanctions against the home of some of its biggest banking customers? To push Finland and Sweden… Continue reading How Putin United the World Against Him
Western European participants have warned that time is running out for a successful conclusion to the talks.
Former Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso told Euronews that the EU should fully support Ukraine’s aspiration to join the bloc when it is ready.
Turkey’s opposition blames the economic downturn and an erosion of rights and freedoms on Erdoğan’s presidential system they say has imposed a “one-man rule”.
The health unit reported at least four suspected overdose deaths and ‘multiple overdoses,’ mainly in Lindsay and Cobourg.
Winnipeg police were called to a pair of weapons incidents at Point Douglas-area shelters less than an hour apart Sunday night.
Nova Scotia also lifted the proof of vaccination policy for COVID-19, which required people to be vaccinated for “discretionary activities,” such as dining in at restaurants.
Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority is delisting all Russian products from its distribution centre and retail stores.
Waterloo Public Health reported another COVID-19-related death on Monday, raising the death toll in the area to 396, including the 37 victims who were reported in February.
Jurors in the trial for two men charged with killing a popular Calgary chef have heard that he was lured into a parking lot where he was fatally stabbed.
A driver who led authorities on a dangerous pursuit from Los Angeles to Orange County has been taken into custody after apparently trying to steal another vehicle. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department officials said the pursuit began in the Lakewood area and the driver was described as “extremely dangerous.” Authorities requested backup from other agencies… Continue reading Driver who led authorities on dangerous chase from L.A. to Orange County taken into custody
In early January, the city began requiring proof-of-vaccination to eat in a restaurant, and masks were still required indoors. Monday, those restrictions were lifted. | Tyler LaRiviere/Sun-Times Today’s update is a 5-minute read that will brief you on the day’s biggest stories. Good afternoon. Here’s the latest news you need to know in Chicago. It’s… Continue reading Afternoon Edition: Feb. 28, 2022
Nicole Laurenzi (from left), TJ Thomas and Isa Arciniegas are among a crew of scientists on a research space station in Griffin Theatre Company’s North American premiere of “Solaris.” | Michael Brosilow “Solaris,” the play, is based on a 1961 novel by Polish author Stanisław Lem. Staged by Scott Weinstein in the 56-seat Schwartz Stage… Continue reading Past, present, living, dead all collide in haunting sci-fi thriller ‘Solaris’