Third party group expected to file report to New Brunswick EMO in May
A motorist who passed through Friday’s rockslide along Highway 3 shortly after it happened called it a ‘freaky’ moment.
“The first thing that comes to mind is Wile E. Coyote from the Road Runner having another bad day.”
Mi’kmaw grandmothers, joined by about 15 supporters, held a sacred water ceremony at the site on Friday in honour of World Water Day.
Canada Action organized the rally to stand for pipelines and against Bill C-69.
The leader of Alberta’s United Conservatives says he believes humans are causing climate change and action is needed to tackle it, but those who disagree still have a place in the party.
Lori MacLean, a spokeswoman for Alton Gas, said it was expected the remaining protesters would move their belongings away from the company’s Nova Scotia property by 5 p.m.
With the arrival of spring, construction work is ramping up on the City of Kingston’s $180 million third bridge crossing.
(AP) — Starbucks says it plans to test both recyclable and compostable cups over the next year.
Customers in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, London and Vancouver, British Colombia, will help test the cups, which use fiber, paper and other materials in place of plastic liners.
Seattle-based Starbucks was expected to announcement the test program Wednesday at its annual shareholders meeting.
The company also said it plans to redesign its stores as it adapts to increasing mobile pick-up and delivery orders.
Changes will vary by location. For example, in a neighborhood with three Starbucks cafes, one might be changed to an express format while another offers delivery.
Starbucks’ U.S. mobile orders more than doubled between 2016 and 2018, to 12 percent of orders. But there have been complaints about congestion in stores.
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