Good Game Fest being held in Westminster
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Good Game Fest being held in Westminster
The resurgent phenomenon typically has effects far from its normal Pacific Ocean locale.
MAINE — Opponents of a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for health care workers in Maine filed an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after being dealt another legal defeat on Friday. The appeal was filed hours after the U.S. 1st Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston denied a request to stop the mandate from going into effect. The Supreme Court previously rejected appeals of vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana University staff and students. The vaccine mandate in Maine, annou
Biden’s clean electricity program could be dropped from spending bill – report. Major part of the Biden administration’s climate agenda will ‘likely’ be cut from the massive budget bill pending in Congress, New York Times reports
Dr. Jacqueline Ottmann was officially installed as the new president of First Nations University of Canada on Friday. The ceremony that took place on the Regina campus was a traditional celebration featuring music and dancers. Though Ottmann began her term on Sept. 7, she says she is honoured to be part of the University's legacy. "First Nations University of Canada is about presence. Its presence needs to be heard and felt all over the world in ways that celebrates Indigenous people's knowledge
Global has never been more in need of a currency that is for everyone. With WeownomyPay, there are no transaction fees and you can withdraw your money anywhere. The WEOWNS economy is coming to life and it's time to start paying with compassion. WeownomyPay WeownomyPay DELAWARE CITY, Del., Oct. 15, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- It's hard to imagine what it would be like if you couldn't buy anything with money. But this is the reality for 3 billion people around the world, many of whom live in developi
"Four years of love, travel, laughter, and trust," the Modern Family actress wrote on Instagram Friday
A soggy system with a tropical connection will bring a widespread soaking rain to kick off the weekend in southern Ontario.
Jamie Lee Curtis spoke with actress Melanie Griffith about their famous moms, Tippi Hedren and Janet Leigh.
The South Carolina men’s and women’s teams joined forces to put on a show for fans.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Al Wolf is used to clearing one or two snakes from under houses but recently was called by a woman who said she had seen rattlesnakes scurry under her Northern California house and was surprised to find more than 90 rattlesnakes getting ready to hibernate. Wolf, director of Sonoma County Reptile Rescue, said he crawled under the mountainside home in Santa Rosa and found a rattlesnake right away, then another and another. He got out from under the house, grabbed two buckets,
A teachers' union in northern British Columbia says the current "severe" shortage of substitute teachers across the school district could compromise services to students who need extra support. Katherine Trepanier of the Prince George District Teachers' Association says the district currently has 35 substitute teachers, often referred to as teachers teaching on call (TTOCs), far less than the needed 80 to 100 substitute teachers. A TTOC is a certified teacher that substitutes for full-time teach
After 42 years behind the desk, L.A. Central Library maps librarian Glen Creason is retiring to go his own way.
The Denver International Airport is expecting Friday, Saturday and Sunday to be some of the busiest days at the airport since the pandemic began. DIA will open the Pikes Peak parking lot, which has stayed closed since the start of the pandemic, to allow for extra parking this weekend.
OTTAWA — Military police say they are investigating “historic” allegations of sexual misconduct involving yet another senior commander, this time the officer responsible for human resources in the Canadian Armed Forces. The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service revealed the investigation involving Lt.-Gen. Steven Whelan on Friday night, five months after he was installed as the head of military personnel command, which is responsible for everything from recruitment to promotions to heal
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Arizona coach Kliff Kingsbury and two assistants will miss the Cardinals' game Sunday at Cleveland after testing positive for COVID-19. Quarterbacks coach Cam Turner and defensive tackle Zach Allen also will be sidelined for the NFL's only unbeaten team. Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph, who has head coaching experience in Denver, and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers will split head coaching responsibilities for Arizona (5-0). Additional offensive
As the pattern changes, heavy showers are set to fall on the Maritimes, with some spillover into Newfoundland.
It's been more than two years since Gage Evans lost her husband in a deadly crash on I-70. The man behind the wheel of the semi-truck that caused it was found guilty on more than half of the 42 charges against him Friday, and while Evans hopes it brings closure, she knows it doesn't bring her husband back.
The inmate entered the detention center around noon and was taken to a hospital shortly after, the sheriff said.
A Winkler care home is so concerned about the possibility of severe staff shortages when new vaccination mandates kick in, that they are now asking clients’ families to be prepared to pitch in just to provide basic care. In a letter sent out on Wednesday by Salem Home, the Winkler personal care home laid out what they called their contingency plan for if there is a significant exodus of staff this upcoming Monday. New provincial mandates come into effect Monday that will require all staff who pr
A critical piece of U.S. President Joe Biden's climate agenda, which would replace coal- and gas-fired power plants with wind, solar and nuclear energy, will likely be dropped from the budget bill pending in Congress, the New York Times reported on Friday. White House staffers are revising the legislation due to strong opposition from Senator Joe Manchin, the centrist Democrat from coal-rich West Virginia whose vote is crucial to its passage the newspaper said, citing sources familiar with the matter. "Senator Manchin has clearly expressed his concerns about using taxpayer dollars to pay private companies to do things they’re already doing," Manchin spokesperson Sam Runyon told Reuters in a statement.