Saturday Weather Webcast (2022)

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    CBC

    Get-well wishes shared for the Queen

    Londoners shared get-well wishes for Queen Elizabeth after doctors expressed concern about the health of the 96-year-old monarch. The Queen remains at Balmoral Castle under medical supervision.

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    The Canadian Press

    Trump team, Justice Dept. to make new Mar-a-Lago filing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department and Donald Trump's legal team are to stake out positions Friday on the precise role to be played by an independent arbiter who will review documents seized during an FBI search of the former president's Florida home. U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon had given both sides until Friday to submit potential candidates for the role of a “special master,” as well as proposals for the scope of the person’s duties and the schedule for his or her work. The back-an

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    CBC

    How development planning can have a big impact on climate change

    Where P.E.I. allows building to happen could be a big part of how the province reaches its net-zero targets, a legislative committee heard Thursday. The natural resources and environmental sustainability committee asked the P.E.I. Institute of Professional Planners to speak about the importance of a provincial land use official plan, which would prescribe where Islanders could build certain kinds of developments — and where they couldn't. While this kind of planning can be important for any juri

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    CBC

    The Queen's lighter side, remembered

    Throughout her 70 years on the throne Queen Elizabeth was known for her dry wit and sense of humour. It came out in different ways, from tea with Paddington Bear to impersonations of Margaret Thatcher and Boris Yeltsin.

    (Video) Saturday Morning Weather Forecast (Sept. 3)
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    CBC

    UCP leadership candidates unite to take aim at Danielle Smith's sovereignty act

    Four United Conservative Party leadership candidates gathered at the Westin Hotel in downtown Calgary on Thursday morning to take aim at the perceived frontrunner in the race, Danielle Smith, and her flagship policy. "We're here united in our opposition to one policy position — the Alberta Sovereignty Act," said candidate Travis Toews, who took the podium first. "The act is a false bill of goods." Fellow candidates Brian Jean, Leela Aheer and Rajan Sawhney also spoke at the event. Candidates Reb

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    CBC

    King Charles makes first public address as monarch

    In his first address to the nation and the Commonwealth, King Charles pays tribute to his 'darling mama' and pledges to serve with 'loyalty, respect and love.'

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    The Canadian Press

    Quebec election: Parti Québécois leader supports candidate who made explicit video

    MONTREAL — Parti Québécois Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon says he fully supports a PQ candidate who appeared in an explicit video. St-Pierre Plamondon described Andréanne Fiola as "committed" and "brilliant" in a post on Twitter, adding that she has raised awareness of issues related to the environment and Quebec independence. Fiola, who is standing in the Laval-des-Rapides riding, north of Montreal, wrote on Facebook that she participated several months ago in the production of "explicit digit

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    CBC

    'Game-changer' housing project in Sydney hits a snag

    Plans to create 430 rental units at the site of Tartan Downs, a former harness racing track in Sydney, N.S., are stalled due to a lack of funding, says its promoters. Cape Breton University (CBU) and the non-profit group Urban Neighbourhood Development Association says the project would address a housing shortage in the community. It has so far received $100,000 from Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC). But backers say work can't go forward without more money from the Crown corporat

    (Video) Amber Lee's weather forecast (Sept. 9)
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    The Canadian Press

    Chief Justice John Roberts to speak at Colorado conference

    DENVER (AP) — Chief Justice John Roberts is set to make his first public appearance since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, speaking Friday night at a judicial conference in Colorado. Roberts is scheduled to be interviewed by two judges from the Denver-based 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, which is hosting the conference in Colorado Springs. Two judges from the court, Timothy M. Tymkovich and Jerome A. Holmes will have a discussion with Roberts during the conference’s traditiona

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    CBC

    Nearly 60 per cent of British Columbians find it difficult to access a doctor or have no access at all: poll

    A new poll from the Angus Reid Institute suggests half of Canadians face challenges accessing a doctor. The problem is more pronounced in British Columbia. Half of respondents across Canada said they found it difficult to access a family doctor or didn't have a doctor at all. That number rose to 59 per cent for respondents in B.C., and 60 per cent in Atlantic Canada. Thirty-three per cent of all respondents reported having "difficult access" to a doctor — waiting a week or more for an appointmen

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    The Canadian Press

    Ontario gives Toronto, Ottawa 'strong mayor' powers

    TORONTO — Ontario's legislature has passed a bill to give the leaders of Toronto and Ottawa so-called strong mayor powers, which the Progressive Conservative government has pitched as a way to get housing built more quickly. It gives the mayors of Ontario's two largest cities veto powers over bylaws that conflict with provincial priorities, such as building housing. A council could override the mayor's veto with a two-thirds majority vote. Toronto Mayor John Tory has expressed support for the pl

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    CBC

    Yellowknife 2022 municipal election: Who's running and who's not?

    A Yellowknife power engineer is the latest person to put their name in the ring for a city council position. Stewart Pallard said among his top priorities, should he be elected, is making it easier for Yellowknife residents to properly dispose of their trash. He said one problem is the size of household garbage bins; he thinks larger sized households should get larger bins. "It's not practical for a family of five [to have] the size of bin that that the city provides.That's why we're seeing ille

    (Video) Thursday morning forecast 08/09/2022
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    The Canadian Press

    Nova Scotia's mass shooting inquiry receives warning about ignored recommendations

    HALIFAX — The inquiry into the mass shooting in Nova Scotia heard Thursday from experts who warned that the federal and Nova Scotia governments have a poor track record when it comes to implementing recommendations from previous inquiries. As a prime example, two experts pointed to the landmark inquiry into the 1971 wrongful murder conviction of Donald Marshall Jr., which in 1990 called for sweeping changes to the province's criminal justice system. Anthropology professor L. Jane McMillan said t

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    The Canadian Press

    Edmonton police arrest suspect in deadly random attacks that killed one, injured two

    EDMONTON — A 25-year-old man was taken into custody Wednesday after Edmonton police said one person was killed and two were injured in what they called random attacks. Police identified the suspect as Clarence Lawrence. Earlier in the afternoon, police warned residents, pedestrians and motorists to avoid the northeast neighbourhood of Homesteader, near Hermitage Road and Henry Avenue, while officers searched for a man with an "edged weapon." Residents were also advised to shelter in place. Four

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    The Canadian Press

    10 law professors join calls for more oversight of Newfoundland and Labrador police

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A group of law professors in Nova Scotia is joining calls for more civilian-led oversight of police in Newfoundland and Labrador, as the force grapples with allegations of sexual misconduct against its members. Ten professors from Dalhousie University's Schulich School of Law wrote an open letter to Newfoundland and Labrador Justice Minister John Hogan this week, echoing a St. John's-based Indigenous group's calls for a civilian-led board to oversee police. "In most provinces

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    CBC

    What happens in Alberta now that the Queen is gone?

    Alberta officials were quick to act on a provincial government plan that was set in motion by the death of Queen Elizabeth on Thursday. Planning is underway for a provincial public memorial event, with the details still to come, according to Premier Jason Kenney's office. On Thursday afternoon, Alberta Infrastructure employees set up books of condolences for the Queen in the rotunda of the legislature. The public will soon be invited to sign the books, which rest on tables draped in black buntin

    (Video) Saturday morning forecast 11/06/22
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    Reuters

    Elon Musk files amended counterclaims vs Twitter under seal

    Elon Musk files amended counterclaims vs Twitter under seal

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    The Canadian Press

    Australia enshrines in law 43% greenhouse gas reduction aim

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia’s Parliament on Thursday enshrined in law the government’s elevated target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 43% below 2005 levels by the end of the decade. The Senate passed legislation supporting the target in a vote of 37 to 30 even though several senators who supported it wanted a more ambitious 2030 target. The center-left Labor Party government officially committed Australia to the 43% target after it came to power for the first time in nine years

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    The Canadian Press

    Summer of '22 brought record heat, solar power to Europe

    BERLIN (AP) — Europe smashed previous temperature records this summer, with long periods of sunshine causing sweltering conditions and droughts across much of the continent but also helping boost much-needed solar power, according to data published Thursday. The European Commission said average temperatures from June to August were 0.4 degrees Celsius (0.7 degrees Fahrenheit) higher on the continent this year than the previous record set in 2021. In August alone, the previous monthly record from

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    The Canadian Press

    Nova Scotia premier disappointed by ferry passenger numbers, to review service

    HALIFAX — The future of the provincially subsidized ferry between Nova Scotia and Maine is under review due to lower-than-expected passenger numbers, government officials said Thursday. Premier Tim Houston said he was “disappointed” with the latest passenger figures released earlier this week by Bay Ferries, operator of the high-speed ferry service between Yarmouth, N.S., and Bar Harbor, Maine. “Nova Scotians have invested a significant amount on that operation over the last number of years and

    (Video) Saturday morning forecast 18/06/22

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1. Friday morning forecast 09/09/22
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2. Tropical Weather Forecast - September 8, 2022
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3. Thursday afternoon forecast 08/09/22
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4. 10 day trend 07/09/22 – Ex-hurricanes, rain and warmth – Met Office UK Weather Forecast
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5. Wednesday morning forecast 07/09/22
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6. Olga Ospina's weather forecast (Sept. 7)
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