By Pamela Haasen, CICK 93.9 Smithers Community Radio, Local Journalism Initiative
CICK News requested a quote from the Northern Detachment of the RCMP in regards to what their response would be if potential patrons to businesses were to become unruly.
Continue reading Northern BC RCMP response to COVID passport
By Ed Halverson – CJQC/Queens County Community Radio, Local Journalism Initiative
Students may only have to wear masks for a week once schools open across the province on Sept. 7.
Premier Designate Tim Houston and Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang announced the schools reopening plan Monday.
Students will be required to mask up for the first week but with the province projected to move into the fifth phase of the COVID-19 reopening plan on Sept.15, that requirement could be short-lived.
Continue reading Nova Scotia to lift most COVID-19 restrictions in September
By Daniel Centeno, CJRU 1280 AM – Ryerson University’s campus and community multi-media hub, Local Journalism Initiative.
Toronto mayor John Tory announced on Aug.19 that all staff workers employed by the city are required to be fully vaccinated by Oct.30.
Continue reading Toronto mayor announces all city staff must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by Oct. 30
By Daniel Mesec, CICK 93.9 Smithers Community Radio, Local Journalism Initiative
Last month, the Nisga’a Lisims government in the Nass Valley announced an ambitious new resource project, Ksi Lisims LNG, a 12-million-tonne-per-year liquefied natural gas (LNG) project at Wil Milit, north of Prince Rupert, BC near the Nisga’a village of Gingolx.
Continue reading Ksi Lisims LNG project faces potential setback over pipeline jurisdiction
By Aly Laube, Fraser Valley Community Radio, CIVL 101.7 FM, Local Journalism Initiative
Without the labour of Asian immigrants, who ran the city’s lumber mill and built railroads all over Canada, Abbotsford wouldn’t be what it is today. Many of the South Asian families in the valley are second and third generation Canadians with established roots in the local community.
Continue reading The hushed Racist history of Abbotsford