Crowchild Trail sinkhole to cause afternoon commute delays despite work to open more lanes
The city says it is working to have more southbound lanes of Crowchild Trail south of 26th Avenue S.W. open for the Friday afternoon commute after a sinkhole forced crews to reduce traffic to one lane during the morning rush.
Food restrictions lifted at Belcarra park after picnic-raiding bear fails to reappear
Metro Vancouver tweeted Friday morning that park-goers are once again allowed to grill and have picnics, and concession stands are now open.
Forest fire update for northeastern Ontario
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry continues to battle forest fires throughout the northeast. As of Thursday night, the Ministry says 66 fires still burn in the area, as 19 new fires flared up in tinder-dry conditions.
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