Coronavirus City of Winnipeg extends temporary patio registration program for

Coronavirus: City of Winnipeg extends temporary patio registration program for restaurants

With COVID-19 restaurant restrictions still in place, the City of Winnipeg is extending its temporary patio registration program through the upcoming summer season to help businesses pivot. “The extension of the program will allow registered eligible businesses to operate under the summer temporary patio program from April 1st to October 31, 2021,” said the…

Temporary fixes outdated policies leave some First Nations without safe

Temporary fixes, outdated policies leave some First Nations without safe drinking water: AG

This story has been updated to include additional comments from auditor general Karen Hogan and Conservative Indigenous services critic Gary Vidal. Although the federal government is making progress in improving drinking water in some First Nations communities, a number are only getting temporary solutions to their water issues that may leave them with unsafe…

Princess Theatre on Edmontons Whyte Avenue announces temporary closure

Princess Theatre on Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue announces temporary closure

A century-old art-house cinema and longtime fixture on Edmonton’s Whyte Avenue has closed its doors and it is not yet clear when it will reopen. On Wednesday, the Princess Theatre posted a statement on Facebook that said it was temporarily closing “for the next while under current circumstances.” “We hope to reopen at some…