The lesson from all this? Rick Grenis says that sometimes in life, you just have to "roll with the punches."
“Go! Go! Go! Go! Go!” an unidentified Sonoma County deputy can be heard yelling in the body-camera video released by the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office.
Environment Minister George Heyman says the new regulations apply to transporters of liquid petroleum products that move more than 10,000 litres.
"In Canada we have this huge history of oppressing Indigenous cuisine, and telling Indigenous people how they should be eating," said one academic.
Manitoba is set to receive nearly $800,000 in federal funding to protect against floods as part of the National Disaster Mitigation Program.
About 14 million people are being made homeless on average each year as a result of sudden disasters such as floods and storms, new figures show.
Tree Canada is hosting 150 tree-planting initiatives across the country.
Nearly 1,000 adult salmon were released into their native river during a ceremony on Thursday that celebrated the Indigenous relationship with the species.
Bill Flower, who also runs a charter boat company, says he has been charged with assault after allegedly smeared sewage on Lunenburg Mayor Rachel Bailey
The South Okanagan Trail Alliance and the Penticton Indian Band say more needs to be done to fight illegal dumping and littering on public and reserve lands.