She is waiting, what seems a lifetime, for workers to arrive and begin clean-up “It's hard because we've been told not to touch anything. To wait. You're number 50 on the list.” Dontas says as she surveys the damage.
A public celebration of the life of San Bernardino County Assessor-Recorder Bob Dutton will be held Aug. 19, his family has announced. Dutton, a former state senator and Rancho Cucamonga City Council member,
Quebec reported on Friday that 14 more people have died due to COVID-19, bringing the overall total of deaths to 16,024. However, hospitalizations continue to drop with 27 fewer receiving treatment for the novel coronavirus.
Waterloo region public health officials have confirmed the first local case of monkeypox. In a media release, the region said the case is in a man in his 30s. The region said it will be offering to the monkeypox vaccine,
Sault Ste. Marie say two people are dead at the scene of a residential fire on Goulais Avenue. "A victim was found in the driveway of a residence, taken to hospital, and was later pronounced deceased at hospital,
When Valentine Perea needed a flight to San Francisco for the Crunchyroll Expo this weekend, he booked a cheap ticket out of San Bernardino International Airport. Unbeknownst to the 22-year-old until walking through security Thursday,
Despite the tournament starting Aug. 9 and being played at Rogers Place exclusively, United Cycle told CTV News Edmonton it still has plenty of merchandise on its shelves. "I know as a kid growing up here.
University of Saskatchewan men's basketball coach Barry Rawlyk has resigned, the school says. CTV News contacted the university on Monday, requesting information concerning an allegation that music that some found offensive had been played during a recent practice.
updated Saturday schedule Chloe Briggs scores 40 points again to lead Ontario Christian girls basketball past Pacifica Christian In the remaining time Foothill outscored Rancho Cucamonga 9-4: Cruz Billings made four free throws, Bernhard made two and ...
Sam Ojie has taken an intriguing, roundabout, globe-trotting route to his position as a volunteer coach for the surprising Under-18 women’s squad. From Nigeria to France to the United States and now Canada,
Organized sports are back in Quebec, and with that, so are the Harlem Globetrotters. At the Snowdon YMCA Friday, players from the Red Rush basketball program finally reunited and did drills with the Globetrotters’ Speedy Artis.