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HEXO Corp Announces Repayment of 8.0% Unsecured Convertible Debentures

Nasdaq Globe Newswire | 2022-12-06, 13:03

Repayment strengthens HEXO’s balance sheet and positions it for sustainable growth Repayment strengthens HEXO’s balance sheet and positions it for sustainable growth ...

10-storey mixed use building proposed at main Moncton intersection

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Moncton council is considering plans for a 10-storey mixed use building at a major downtown intersection on land the city sold earlier this year. ...

2 Newfoundlanders crack final camp for Team Canada ahead of World Juniors

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Zach Dean and Ryan Greene have a shot at representing Canada on the world stage this Christmas. ...

Man, 42, dead after single-vehicle crash in Annapolis County

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

A 42-year-old man from Parkers Cove, N.S., is dead following a single-vehicle crash in Annapolis County. ...

Toronto MPP Marit Stiles set to be next leader of Ontario NDP

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Toronto MPP Marit Stiles will be the

Consumer debt climbs in Canada, up 7.3% from last year: Equifax

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Equifax Canada says an increase in borrowers helped push total consumer debt to $2.36 trillion in the third quarter, for a 7.3 per cent rise from last year, even as mortgage volumes decline. ...

Banff to decide on future of town's pedestrian corridor

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Creating a pedestrian zone on Banff Avenue happened quickly as a pandemic measure to ensure people had the space to visit the town – but as tourists return councillors are debating the future of the vehicle-free stretch. ...

'Caution' and 'apprehension' for teachers in northern Ontario on contract talks with the province

CBC | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Teachers' unions in northern Ontario are wondering what the recent battle between CUPE and the province means for their ongoing negotiations. ...

Tudor-style home that houses beloved Penticton restaurant Bogner's could be replaced by office building

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

A beloved local restaurant's building could be replaced by a commercial building if a new development making its Penticton city council debut Tuesday goes ahead. The owner of 302 Eckhardt Avenue West wants to develop the

Pharmacies busy with flu shots; province urges vaccination before Christmas

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

The staff at Vernon's Pivot Rx pharmacy have been busy administering flu and COVID shots every 10 minutes the past few weeks. It's an earlier start to the flu season, according to registered pharmacist Logan McNeil. "We tend to do more older

Kelowna man competes at Spartan World Championships in Abu Dhabi

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Click here to view gallery A Kelowna resident completed the 2022 Spartan World Championships in Abu Dhabi over the weekend. Curtis Johnson Morrison, 48, placed 29th out of 52 in his age category

First Penticton Christmas market aimed at pets set to go this weekend

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

'Tis the season when humans get to have fun at plenty of Christmas markets, but what about Fido? The brand new Pet-Friendly Penticton Holiday Market caters exclusively to furry

RDCO seeks next steps for North Westside potentially joining RDNO

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

The Regional District of Central Okanagan will write to its North Okanagan counterpart about the future of the North Westside on Okanagan Lake. The RDCO board has authorized chair Loyal Wooldrigde to send letters to the Regional District of North Okanagan and

Planning applications in the City of Kelowna are down 20 per cent over 2021

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Kelowna's building bubble has burst - or at least it has a slow leak. Planning applications for the first three quarters of 2022 are about 20 per cent below the record levels experienced a year ago. The total value of permits has also slowed compared with

Emcon rolls out BC's first wide-wing snow plow to clear the Trans-Canada east of Revelstoke

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Cindy White The company that maintains roads in the City of West Kelowna has a fancy new piece of equipment for their operations near Revelstoke. Emcon Services, BC Division has rolled out BC’s first wide-wing snow plow along the Trans-Canada Highway

South Okanagan Women in Need Society needs help brightening the holidays for many women, children ...

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

SOWINS helps women and children fleeing abuse have a happy holiday season through their Share the Spirit of Giving campaign. The South Okanagan Women in Need Society is hoping their Share the Spirit of Giving campaign will be included in Pentictonites'

Tree of Memories offers opportunity to remember lost loved ones through the holidays

Castanet | 2022-12-06, 12:58

Madison Erhardt Since 1998, the Tree of Memories has stood tall at the Kelowna Memorial Park Cemetery. Loved ones can be honoured and remembered throughout the holiday season by placing

What you need to know about the annual Light the Lights event at City Hall

CTV | 2022-12-06, 12:51

The annual Light the Lights event at Regina’s City Hall takes place Tuesday evening. ...

Security breach detected in October, believed to be sponsored by the Chinese state

CTV | 2022-12-06, 12:51

The Canadian branch of human rights organization Amnesty International says it was the target of a cyberattack it believes was sponsored by the Chinese state. ...

Major biodiversity conference opens in Montreal amid hope of hard conservation target

CTV | 2022-12-06, 12:51

A major international conference on preserving the world's biodiversity is to open Tuesday with speakers including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. ...

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