Power is back on in Lindenwoods today after the lights went out around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. It appears a goose hit an overhead power line, cutting electricity to 2,700 people.
Alberta's beef industry is still in decline, with Canadians eating less of the meat and fewer producers raising cattle 10 years after BSE, or mad cow disease, savaged the industry.
Jill Hoeppner shows supplier Camilo Ruiz the new calves on March 27 at the family's Abbotsford dairy farm. Photograph by: Ward Perrin, PNG Files , The Province.
American visits to Canada appears to once again be improving, if only slightly, according to data from Statistics Canada. U.S. visitors, which represent the largest foreign group of tourists to Canada, increased 3.2 per cent to 1.74 million in March compared ...
The Victoria Day long weekend is considered an unofficial kick-off to summer as many opt to leave the city for cottage country. But if you're going to be stuck in the city; here's a list of what's open and closed Victoria Day Monday.