• Sinkhole swallows several cars at south Edmonton dealership
    Four cars were either fully or partially in the sinkhole outside Infiniti South Edmonton just off Gateway Blvd. and south of Ellerslie Road.
    Sep 20
  • Kitchener movie theatre showing Indian film has screen slashed in latest attack
    Police say two men entered the Landmark Cinemas 12 Kitchener on Gateway Park Drive on Saturday at around 6 p.m. before entering a theatre which was showing Palthu Janwar.
    Sep 13
  • Threats made against 2SLGBTQ+ group at Edmonton’s Pride Corner
    A 32-year-old man was charged with possession of a weapon dangerous to the public and uttering threats to cause death or bodily harm.
    Sep 16
  • B.C. municipal election 2022: Summerland results
    Summerland is bounded by Okanagan Lake to the east and rugged terrain to the west. Nearby communities include Peachland and Penticton.
    Sep 18
  • COVID-19: MLHU announces new location for Western Fair mass vaccination clinic
    The vaccination clinic, which first opened on Dec. 23, 2020, will cease operations at the Agriplex on Sept. 29 and relocate to the Western Fair District's main building.
    Sep 13
  • Construction leads to lane reductions on Gateway Boulevard
    Rehabilitation work on Gateway Boulevard between University Avenue and 80 Avenue begins on Thursday and is scheduled to be complete in fall 2023.
    Aug 18
  • Portion of 23 Avenue at Gateway Boulevard, Calgary Trail to be closed this weekend
    The westbound bridge and intersections of 23 Avenue over Gateway Boulevard and Calgary Trail will be closed from 5 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 17 to 6 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19.
    Sep 12
  • City of Guelph will soon install new gateway signs
    The old signs at several points of entry are being replaced over the next few weeks with new ones that will have a more modern look.
    Aug 16
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  • Shooting outside Father’s Day ball in Brampton leaves 2 dead: police
    In a tweet, Peel Regional Police said two victims had been shot at Gateway Boulevard in Brampton. An event was underway at a nearby convention centre.
    Jun 19
  • Strike avoided at 6 Ontario casinos as tentative agreement reached; Durham casino workers strike
    Six casinos owned by the Great Canadian Gaming Corporation have signed new tentative agreements but casinos in Pickering and Ajax are on strike Saturday.
    Jul 23
  • Staff at 8 Ontario casinos set to strike if new work agreement not reached by July 22
    More than 2,000 workers may strike by July 22 if a deal isn't reached with issues including wages and converting part-time jobs to full-time.
    Jul 18
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  • 2 men charged in connection with fatal shooting in Brampton: police
    Peel Regional Police said on June 19, just after 2 a.m., officers received a report of shots fired in the Chandni Convention Centre on Gateway Boulevard.
    Aug 11
  • Camrose man pleads guilty to 2nd-degree murder in 2020 death of woman found dead in Edmonton motel
    A Camrose man has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Lisa Arsenault, who was found dead in a south Edmonton motel in 2020.
    Sep 9
  • NASA’s decision to scrub rocket launch disappointing, but right call: Canadian astronaut
    David Saint-Jacques, who was set to watch the launch from the Canadian Space Agency headquarters in suburban Montreal, says it was the right call.
    Sep 3
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  • B.C. municipal election 2022: Slocan results
    Slocan is a small community at the south end of Slocan Lake where the Slocan River begins. Its voters will hit the polls with the rest of B.C. on Oct. 15.
    Sep 18
  • Hamilton gets $3.6M in federal funding for infrastructure, tourism projects
    The federal government is investing over $3.6 million in half a dozen community infrastructure and tourism spaces in Hamilton, including the Children's Museum in Gage Park.
    Aug 26
  • Murals and minimal graffiti: VPD and business leaders tour San Francisco Chinatown
    During an Aug. 30 tour, the Vancouver delegates saw a community of seniors and families where merchants have a close relationship with the San Francisco Police Department.
    Sep 7
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