Alcohol, Drug Use Reported In More Than Half Of Canada’s Annual Snowmobile Deaths

The report says alcohol or drug use, at 55 per cent, was reported in more than half of the fatalities involving snowmobiles between 2013 and 2019.


Fraser Valley Winery Adapts To Covid-19 With Wine Tasting Domes

Abbotsford's Singletree Winery has opened a pair of geodesic domes on its property


Suspected Drunk Driver Shears Off Fire Hydrant, Flooding Two Burnaby Homes

A suspected impaired driver of an SUV struck and sheared off a fire hydrant in a Burnaby neighbourhood last night, resulting in the flooding of two homes.


New Brunswick Looks To Allow Alcohol In Food Delivery Or Takeout Orders Beyond Covid-19

If passed, these ammendments would allow wine from restaurants to be taken home. Alcohol could also be included in takeout or delivery orders beyond the state of emergency.


Wellington Brewery Ranked Among The Top 10 At U.s. Open Beer Championship

Wellington Brewery took home three medals and ranked among the Top 10 at this year's U.S. Open Beer Championship.


Live, Tiny Christmas Trees Up For ‘adoption’ Offer An Eco-friendly Option

Quebec father and young son's 'Titi Sapin' or 'Tiny Trees' adoption service gives customers the choice to 'adopt' their living holiday tree.


Canadian Researchers Say ‘hyperventilating’ May Help Combat Alcohol Poisoning

Canadian researchers say they've developed a game-changing method to treat alcohol poisoning -- and it involves literally breathing alcohol out of the body by hyperventilating.


Ontario Considers End To 6-month Abstinence Requirement For Liver Transplants

In a letter announcing the proposed change, a lawyer for the Trillium Gift of Life Network said the recommendation comes from a committee overseeing a still-running three-year pilot project.


Two Okanagan Businessmen Appear In Court On Immigration-fraud Charges

Paul Singla and Randy Toor made their first appearance via their lawyers in Penticton provincial court on Wednesday for their alleged roles in a B.C.-wide immigration fraud network.


2019 Okanagan Riesling Named B.c.’s Wine Of The Year For 2020

At the B.C. Lieutenant Governor?s Wine Awards, Upper Bench Estate Winery took top spot with its 2019 Riesling.

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