One dead, five still missing in Quebec snowmobiling accident
Provincial police are searching for five missing French tourists after their snowmobiles fell through the ice of Lac-Saint-Jean on Tuesday evening. The group of eight tourists from France were being led by a tour guide that day who later died after being pulled from a channel that was covered... Read more
Skedline Weather – Wed Nov 6
Sarah Taher from Skedline News presenting the weather and five day forecast for Toronto. Read more
Winter Is Over (yay)
Written by Tierney Angus and Alex Arsenych Winter was bad. Very, very bad. ^ everyone’s face this Winter season But, with Spring officially beginning at 5:58 p.m. today, things are going to get way, way better… right? WRONG! #MeanwhileInCanada #Spring — Meanwhile in Canada (@MeanwhileinCana) March 16, 2019... Read more
Flood outlook in effect for Toronto
The Toronto and Region Conservatory Authority warns Toronto of potential flooding and hazardous conditions as double digit temperatures and steady rainfall are set for today. Environment Canada predicts 15 to 20 millimeters of rain will fall on the city with temperatures spiking as high as 12 degrees. The TRCA... Read more
Brandon Gonez hits Toronto with a dutty newscast
By Anastasia Coulson-Gagnon Tuesday’s winter storm hit hard and was quite nasty, but social media hit back harder, and happier. CP24 news anchor, Brandon Gonez, was reporting live downtown Toronto early Tuesday morning. With the winter storm in full effect, Gonez said this in his cast: “We are experiencing... Read more
Salt and the city
Our series on winter road salt continues. Reporter/Director: Tierney Angus Videographer/Editor: Joey Chini Editor/Audio Mixer: Breanne Coulter Read more
Torontonians at more risk of slip and fall in winter conditions than they may think
By Brandon Burnett and Breanne Coulter, for Torontonians on the roads may be in the clear, but with the fluctuating weather, many commuters may be at more risk of injury due to slips or falls than they expect. According to a 2016 report by Toronto Public Health, between... Read more
Pinch of salt: Humber College overseasons sidewalks
UPDATE: The Humber Office of Sustainability reached out after press time with the following comment: “While salt is the center of the product that we use, it is coated with a product that is not as corrosive and since it is slightly expensive, it incentivizes individuals using the salt... Read more