The freezing rain and drizzle continued Sunday morning and into the afternoon, making for slick, slushy and snow-covered metropolis streets. Snow plows and salt vans had been again on the roads, working ’around the clock to try to clear up the mess, as Environment Canada issued freezing rain warnings for
Don’t expect the United States to step in and resolve what is increasingly being described as an ethnic cleansing campaign against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslims. Not wanting to undermine the Asian country’s democratic leader, the U.S. is cautiously criticizing what looks like a forced exodus of more than a quarter-million Rohingya
"The port or the obligation for others to wear a veil or extremist signs is forbidden," the regional assembly decided in a text adopted on Wednesday. Xinjiang is an immense semi-desert territory, bordering Kazakhstan and Afghanistan. In the region reside many members of the Uighur ethnic group, most of
Two-thirds of snowmobilers killed in B.C. avalanches over the last 5 years have been from Alberta, the bulk from the Edmonton house, Avalanche Canada mentioned. Of the 24 sledders, 15 have been from Alberta, together with 11 from Edmonton and the encircling house. The final 9 have been from B.C.
A B.C. conservation officer used to be attacked and injured by means of a cougar within the Kootenay area Tuesday night time. At round 7 p.m., the officer replied to a criticism of a cougar making an attempt to sneak into the window of a space locally of Salmo, south of Nelson. “While investigating this