Renovations are complete at an eastern Ontario food bank, which has had to double in size after seeing an increase in new users, receiving help from a hunger-relief organization to make it possible.  

Executive Director Lisa Duprau was proud to show off the community market in the Agape Centre in Cornwall, Ont., where food is now more accessible.

“We knew that our current space would not accommodate our current numbers. We’ve gone from 1,200 people in March of 2020 to close to 2,400 people a month now,” Duprau said. 

What used to be a small room with

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Where European eels start and end their lives was long a mystery, but an audacious expedition has finally revealed the last details of their incredible migration


16 January 2023

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RIGHT now, millions of sinuous, silvery fish are swimming determinedly across the Atlantic Ocean. They are snake-like, more than a metre long and have huge, bulbous eyes. They left their homes in Europe in late autumn and have been navigating westwards ever since, often swimming against the currents that once carried them the other way. They travel alone at a languid pace, never stopping

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The Winnipeg Jets will sport jerseys with a logo inspired by various South Asian designs as part of a new heritage night next month.

The jerseys players will wear during warmups on Feb. 11 will feature designs from traditional art forms, including rangoli, henna and bandhani, as part of a new South Asian heritage night, a news release from the team said on Monday.

“So far it’s been pretty amazing, the reception,” said Josh Dudych, director of creative services with True North Sports and Entertainment.

“Everything we’ve heard has been very positive and well-received. And I think the impression that

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Over seven years after Vancouver Park Board commissioners approved a contract to an established local restaurant operator to build and open a restaurant at Harbour Green Park, the site set aside for the building is still sitting vacant. In fact, construction has yet to begin.

In November 2015, the Park Board selected a joint partnership between Sequoia Company of Restaurants and McDougall Holdings to build a two-storey flagship restaurant building within a void space on the easternmost end of Harbour Green Park — wedged into the side of the Vancouver Convention Centre’s West Building, right on the Coal Harbour seawall,

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