T55 Daily News Blast


Monday February 12, 2024

  1. Water Main Break in Downtown Peace River…
    The Break near the Peace River Fire Hall has closed roads in the area, however Water service has not been affected.
  2. AHS has announced disruption of service at the Fairview Health Complex Emergency Department.
    Fairview Health Complex will be without physician service due to the inability to secure coverage until 7 pm tonight.
  3. Another name has officially enter the leadership race for the NDP.
    Former deputy premier Sarah Hoffman launched her campaign yesterday, joining MLAs, Kathleen Ganley and Rakhi Pancholi, in the race to replace Rachel Notley.
  4. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that Canada will be sending firefighting experts and equipment to Chile as the country battles wildfires.
    The wildfires that have raged through central Chile have caused a climbing death toll of more than 100, with more than 300 people still missing.
  5. The Maritimes are bracing for a blast of winter Tuesday and Wednesday.
    Snow and blowing snow will develop in southwestern Nova Scotia. Weather conditions across Nova Scotia will deteriorate through Tuesday evening.
  6. NWJHL playoffs start tonight…
    Fairview is at Sexsmith to begin the best-of three series.
  7. NPHL playoffs tonight…
    Game 2, Dawson Creek is in Fort St. John. The Canucks took the first game.
  8. Four games in the NHL tonight…
    Calgary is in New York to play the Rangers, Arizona is in Philidelphia, Seattle is in New Jersey, and Minnisota is in Las Vegas.
  9. Nick Taylor had an emotional victory last year in the Canadian Open, capped by an unforgettable tackle.
    Taylor rallied from three down with four holes left and made an 11-foot birdie putt to beat Hoffman on the second hole of a playoff Sunday, winning the Phoenix Open.
  10. Kansas City Chiefs won yesterday’s Super Bowl in overtime…
    But everyone watched to get glimpses of Taylor Swift routing for the Chiefs.
  11. Mostly sunny skies are in store for the Northwest today, with digits around the zero-degree mark.
    A slight chance of flurries tonight, with numbers dipping to between -5 and -10.

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