Along with elimination of passenger bus service, Greyhound’s freight service will also no longer be available
As downtown population density increases in Lethbridge Alberta, so too does the demand for more grocery options in the downtown core. With no full-service grocery stores in easy walking distance, Lorna Brown, a senior who lives in a Scenic Drive condo facility, says it makes it challenging for downtown dwellers like her to eat healthy and obtain fresh fruits and vegetables and meats. “Not only are we seniors inconvenienced,” she says, “but there are a lot of people who can’t drive"...
A mother in Delta, B.C., has filed a complaint with the province's College of Pharmacists over what she calls "horrifying and heartbreaking" treatment her daughter received last week when she had a severe allergic reaction at a London Drugs pharmacy. Caroline Brennan's daughter Lily, 16, has nut allergies and ran into the pharmacy in downtown Vancouver at about 7 p.m. PT on July 4, seeking help because she could feel the start of an anaphylactic reaction — which can be life threatening — and didn't have an EpiPen or other allergy medication with her. "I was already crying because I was so scared," said Lily.
A plebiscite in October will determine whether alcohol can be sold in the community.