BERLIN - Munich police issued a missing person’s notice for Bayern Munich’s Bundesliga challengers on Saturday. Local law enforcement celebrated Bayern’s record-extending ninth consecutive German title by joking on Twitter that they were looking for its missing rivals over the past nine years. Bayern’s latest title had an air of inevitability after Hansi Flick’s team began the season with an 8-0 demolition of Schalke. Bayern has won 30 of the 58 Bundesliga titles since the league was formed in 1963. ___Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading...More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports___Ciarán Fahey on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cfaheyAPRead more about:
May 08, 2021 20:15 UTC
Field, with a population of just under 200, sits along the Trans-Canada Highway, about 10 kilometres from the Alberta boundary, and relies pretty much on tourism. Coffman said Albertans accounted for about 80 per cent of business last year and about 50 per cent before the pandemic. Albertans are a huge, huge part of why we survive," Coffman said. The picturesque resort town of Fernie in southeastern B.C., less than an hour from the boundary, is hoping Albertans will continue coming this summer. "We definitely noticed a huge spike in people from Saskatchewan and Alberta coming here for vacations.
May 08, 2021 16:52 UTC
Field, with a population of just under 200, sits along the Trans-Canada Highway, about 10 kilometres from the Alberta boundary, and relies pretty much on tourism. Albertans are a huge, huge part of why we survive,” Coffman said. We love you, but stay home.”The picturesque resort town of Fernie in southeastern B.C., less than an hour from the boundary, is hoping Albertans will continue coming this summer. Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading...“It’s been incredibly challenging for the tourism industry to not have the welcome mat out to those folks at the moment.”Parsell said visits from Alberta probably account for 70 to 80 per cent of total business. “We definitely noticed a huge spike in people from Saskatchewan and Alberta coming here for vacations.
May 08, 2021 14:03 UTC
Public Health officials also announced two more cases of COVID-19 on P.E.I. has 10 active cases of COVID-19. New Brunswick is reporting eight new cases, and has 140 active cases. Newfoundland and Labrador has seven new COVID-19 cases, and there are 63 active cases in the province. 's Chief of Nursing Marion Dowling all received their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine at a mass clinic at the Eastlink Centre in Charlottetown Thursday.
May 08, 2021 13:18 UTC
The Nature in the City: Guide to Many Adventures map highlights great places to spend time in nature in and around Victoria, B.C. (Greater Victoria NatureHood)"Reconciliation is an important part of what we should be working toward now," Burton said. It also gives people the opportunity to check off sites they've been to and nature they've seen — the map comes with a checklist of species. Organizers encourage people in Victoria to pick up a map and check off species as they come across them. (Greater Victoria NatureHood)A limited run of 7,000 maps have been printed and are available at a variety of locations throughout the city.
May 08, 2021 12:56 UTC
The oil pipeline provides much of the fuel used for home heating and gassing up across southern Ontario. These fuels are refined into propane, gasoline, jet fuel and more at facilities in Ontario, Quebec and four U.S. states. In July 2010, another oil pipeline operated by Enbridge burst and dumped at least 4.6 million litres of oil into a tributary of the Kalamazoo River. A parliamentary committee studying the situation reported in April that Line 5 is the only pipeline that supplies propane to southern Ontario. Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading...
May 08, 2021 12:56 UTC
The World War II veteran speaks casually about the record donation he's made to the Yukon Hospital Foundation. Karen Forward, president of Yukon Hospital Foundation, says the money donated by Novak will help purchase a new mammography unit and support mental health care. Mr. Novak is just an amazing individual," said Karen Forward, president of the Yukon Hospital Foundation. "It's incredible that his family has decided to leave money to the hospital and help all Yukoners." Joseph Novak was just 20 years old when he went to war.
May 08, 2021 12:00 UTC
Radio Active 9:35 Dealing with Long COVID Physiotherapists are busy with a new kind of patient: people mostly women suffering from Long COVID. She sees similarities between recovering cancer patients and long COVID patients. A study published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine found about five per cent of severe COVID-19 patients reported breathlessness a year after their release from hospital. We are talking about tens of thousands of people in Alberta potentially being disabled for a long time," DeMars said. Pederson wants long COVID patients to know they are not alone and treatment available.
May 08, 2021 12:00 UTC
Ontario has administered 138,125 vaccine doses since its last daily update, the highest number of doses administered in a single day in the province so far. A total of 6,023,610 vaccine doses have been given in total as of 8 p.m. Friday. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Yukon for a total of 55,920 doses delivered so far. There were zero new vaccines delivered to the Northwest Territories for a total of 58,800 doses delivered so far. There were zero new vaccines delivered to Nunavut for a total of 44,100 doses delivered so far.
May 08, 2021 11:55 UTC
From Ontario’s ICUs to the province’s attempts at damage control, we’ve selected some of the best long reads of the week on thestar.com. Sign up for the Weekend Long Reads newsletter to get them delivered to your inbox every Saturday morning. “But (Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce) say we have the ‘best plan in the country’ and the ‘lowest class sizes’. Health Canada has approved all four COVID-19 vaccines and labelled them safe. The night before Peel Public Health issued its toughest workplace measures of the pandemic, Dr. Lawrence Loh didn’t get much sleep.
May 08, 2021 10:52 UTC
80 per cent want to work from homeIf employees had their way, most of them would continue to work from home. Plus, there are extraneous advantages to having employees work from home, including the environmental benefits associated with eliminating the daily commute. "From what I've seen, there hasn't really been any evidence of decreased productivity among employees," Voronov said. While some employees have asked to continue working from home, McInerney said others were eager to return to the office. In a statement emailed to CBC, the board said most of its employees will work remotely "for the foreseeable future."
May 08, 2021 09:56 UTC
An Ontario woman who nearly lost her chance at justice after being sexually assaulted by an official in the Dominican Republic government more than four years ago says she's relieved he was found guilty this week. Under the Criminal Code of Canada, the offence would be referred to as sexual assault, but in the Dominican Republic it is referred to in Spanish as "violación sexual" or rape. Asked how she reacted when the guilty verdict came, Kocsis said:,"We just cried a lot," said Kocsis. Odalis Ledesma, a former deputy minister in the Dominican Republic, was sentenced to 15 years in prison after an appeal court there found him guilty of sexually assaulting Canadian PhD student Joanna Kocsis. The assault happened in April, 2017, two days after she'd arrived in the Dominican Republic for her field research.
May 08, 2021 09:56 UTC
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May 08, 2021 09:45 UTC
SAN FRANCISCO - Austin Slater hit a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning and the San Francisco Giants beat the San Diego Padres 5-4 Friday night. “Luckily it worked out tonight.”Buster Posey hit a two-run homer and Evan Longoria had a two-run single for the Giants, who improved to 11-3 at Oracle Park this season. Giants starter Anthony DeSclafani entered the inning with a one-hitter, but that evaporated as Trent Grisham belted a two-run homer. Eric Hosmer also clobbered a two-run homer off Sam Selman. UP NEXTLoading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading... Loading...
May 08, 2021 09:11 UTC
"I honestly think it all has to do that with people really taking their health and their well-being into consideration," Carla Beça told CBC News. Up to 1 in 5 Canadians have started gardening during the COVID-19 pandemic, a Dalhousie University study suggests. Beça hopes to inspire people to use gardening as a way to cope with the stress of the pandemic. (Carla Beça )"This is not something that's totally new for us," said Zammit,"I think there is a great deal of opportunity. Beça hopes gardening can help others keep occupied through the pandemic and inspire them to look forward to the warmer and brighter days ahead.
May 08, 2021 09:00 UTC