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COVID-19 restrictions: Changes to capacity limits coming for many B.C. venues – CTV

Oct. 20, 2021 VANCOUVER – Capacity limits for B.C. event venues will soon be lifted when the province moves to the next phase of its vaccine-card program, the province’s top doctor announced Tuesday. Dr. Bonnie Henry announced the changes to restrictions in B.C.’s live weekly COVID-19 briefing. As of Oct. 25, indoor sporting venues, concerts, […]

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Committee supports Ādisōke, the Ottawa Public Library – Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility

The City’s Finance and Economic Development Committee today approved additional funding for Ādisōke (link is external), the Ottawa Public Library – Library and Archives Canada Joint Facility. City Council approved a budget of $193 million for the facility in 2018, which included $104 million for the Ottawa Public Library portion, $71 million for the Library […]

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Sask. reports 8 COVID-19-related deaths, 271 new cases – CTV

Oct. 20, 2021 REGINA – Saskatchewan reported eight more residents have died after testing positive for COVID-19 and 271 new cases of the virus. There are 335 residents receiving hospital treatment for COVID-19 in Saskatchewan with 83 of those people in intensive care. The province said 75 per cent of hospitalized patients were not fully […]

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De Beers Group rough diamond sales for Cycle 8, 2021

De Beers Group today announced the value of rough diamond sales (Global Sightholder Sales and Auctions) for the eighth sales cycle of 2021. Owing to the restrictions on the movement of people and products in various jurisdictions around the globe, De Beers Group has continued to implement a more flexible approach to rough diamond sales […]

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Northern Superior Resources Increases the Size of Previously Announced Non-Brokered Private Placement to C$5.0 Million, New Gold Inc. to Maintain its 9.99% Ownership Stake

Sudbury, Ontario, October 20, 2021: Northern Superior Resources Inc. (the “Company” or “Northern Superior”) (TSXV: SUP; OTCQB:NSUPF) is pleased to announce that it has increased the size of it’s previously announced, non-brokered private placement (the “Offering”), receiving commitments for $5.0M worth of investment in Northern Superior (see Northern Superior press release, October 18, 2021). The Company […]

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Sask. COVID-19 response draws criticism after province asks U.S. states for help before federal government – CTV

Oct. 20, 2021 REGINA – A Saskatchewan physician and public policy advisor, as well as the NDP Opposition, are criticizing the province’s decision to ask U.S. states for COVID-19 assistance before asking the Canadian government. On Monday, Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency president Marlo Pritchard said the Provincial Emergency Operations Centre reached out to several U.S. […]

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Commerce Resources Corp. Completes Summer/Fall Field Campaign at the Ashram REE/Fluorspar Deposit in Support of the Ongoing Prefeasibility Study

October 20, 2021 – Commerce Resources Corp. (TSXv: CCE, FSE: D7H0, OTCQX: CMRZF) (the “Company” or “Commerce”) is pleased to announce that it has completed its 2021 field campaign, which has focused on the remaining field components required to support the ongoing Prefeasibility Study (PFS) on the Ashram Rare Earth and Fluorspar Deposit, located in […]

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Twenty tiny homes to benefit low income and homeless residents in La Loche – larongeNOW

An affordable housing project in La Loche will specifically target low-income residents and the homeless. Twenty tiny homes are set to be completed this December with occupants allowed to move in by the end of February. While the criteria of who will be qualified for a unit is yet to be determined, La Loche Mayor […]

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Nunavut votes: 3 career public servants run for the open seat in Iqaluit-Sinaa – Nunatsiaq News

Janet Pitsiulaaq Brewster, Jeff Ungalaq Maurice and Christa Kunuk hope to represent their community in the legislature In the lead-up to the Oct. 25 territorial elections, Nunatsiaq News is publishing snapshots of the races. Look for articles with “Nunavut votes” in the headline. Three career public servants and policy makers are vying to represent the […]

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BHP increases all-cash offer for Noront to C$0.75 per share

20 Oct 2021 Noront recommends shareholders accept improved BHP offer BHP increases its all-cash offer to Noront shareholders to C$0.75 per share, representing a 36% premium to its previous offer, a 7% premium to the Wyloo offer and a 213% premium to Noront’s unaffected price. Noront supports BHP’s improved offer and recommends shareholders tender now […]

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