Tag Archives: Environmental policies

Allyson Felix opens first-ever daycare center of the Paris 2024 Olympic Games

Most important points Allyson Felix opens the very first nursery in an Olympic village during the Olympic Games in Paris. The nursery is designed to provide sporty parents with a place to spend time with their babies and young children. Felix is ​​one of the most acclaimed track and field stars of all time and an advocate for mothers in …

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‘No consequences’: Intelligence memos warn of runaway political violence online – National

The flood of online threats against government officials has led some Canadians to believe they can threaten, encourage and applaud political violence with impunity, newly released government documents warn. According to Canadian intelligence officials, threatening rhetoric is increasingly seen as a legitimate way to express frustration, grievances and disagreements, leading to an increase in often violent threats against elected and …

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Armstrong MetalFest Expands to Offer More Than a Heavyweight Lineup – Okanagan

Armstrong MetalFest is back for its 14th year, bringing hundreds of metalheads to Hassen Arena in North Okanagan for two days. This year, 28 bands will take the stage and play to an audience that has been growing steadily year after year. The annual weekend-long festival is a place where metalheads in attendance can not only find some of their …

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Manitoba triathlete prepares for Paralympic debut with dreams of gold in Paris – Winnipeg

Manitoba triathlete Leanne Tayor is preparing for her Paralympic debut in Paris this year and dreams of taking home gold. Taylor has spent the past six years training for something she once thought was beyond her reach. “I remember feeling that joy of exercise — like when your heart rate goes up and you feel strong and good, and I …

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Muscle strains are the leading cause of workplace injury claims in British Columbia

By means of Am Little-On World News Posted on July 14, 2024 12:36 PM Updated on July 14, 2024 12:52 PM 1 min read Reduce the font size of the article Increase the font size of the article Musculoskeletal injuries are the most common cause of work-related injury claims in British Columbia. According to a press release, WorkSafeBC accepted 83,000 …

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Cricket, anyone? Toronto creates strategy to meet ‘growing demand’

Recognizing the growing popularity of cricket, the City of Toronto is finalizing a strategy to better meet the increasing demand. The development of the strategy, which was launched in 2020, will be discussed by the Executive Committee at Tuesday’s meeting. With 27 cricket fields in city parks, some of which are shared with other activities, Toronto aims to increase access …

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Commemoration of 1954 drowning tragedy that killed 12 Quebec children – Montreal

When Gail Millington Grant saw the plaque with her sister’s name and the names of 11 other children, she was overcome with emotion. “Finally there is something,” she said. “Finally there is something for other people to see and realize what happened here.” On July 13, 1954, 62 children from the Negro Community Center day camp went on a picnic. …

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BC Weather: Heat Warnings Remain in Effect for Southern Interior – Okanagan

Reduce the font size of the article Increase the font size of the article The weather forecast for British Columbia’s interior is slightly cooler than last weekend, but not enough for Environment Canada. On Saturday, the national weather agency continued to warn of heat in the region, with thermometers expected to remain around 35 degrees Celsius until next Friday. “Temperatures …

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Biden says he will restore Roe v. Wade early in his second term if re-elected

US President Joe Biden gave a brief outline of what his first 100 days of his second term in the White House will look like. The veteran leader’s re-election campaign continued to face headwinds on Friday from a growing faction of Democrats urging him to step down. Biden, 81, delivered a speech Friday night at a campaign rally at Renaissance …

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeat Stampeders for second straight victory – Winnipeg

It was a game full of lead changes, big plays and huge momentum changes. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers defeated the Calgary Stampeders 41-37 in a wild game at Princess Auto Stadium on Friday for their second straight win, and are now 2-4 on the season. Returning to the starting lineup after being sidelined last week with a chest injury, quarterback …

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