No snow day! Public Catholic school boards in Ottawa to switch to distance learning on Monday

No snow day! Public Catholic school boards in Ottawa to switch to distance learning on Monday

Students in Ottawa’s public and Catholic school boards will learn online Monday, instead of enjoying a snowy day as a major storm hits the capital. Both the Ottawa Carleton District School Board and the Ottawa Catholic School Board have announced that schools will be closed on Mondays, shifting classes for one day to distance learning. … Read more

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes through ice in Manotick, Ont.

Neighbors use kayaks to rescue driver after car crashes through ice in Manotick, Ont.

Residents came to the rescue of the driver of a vehicle that had crashed into ice on the Rideau River in southern Ottawa, using kayaks to rescue her from the sinking vehicle. Emergency services responded to the incident on the Rideau River in the Old Mill Way area, near White Horse Park, in Manotick at … Read more

Vancouver Park Board will not replace the damaged “Barge Chilling” sign

Vancouver Park Board will not replace the damaged “Barge Chilling” sign

After the second painting of an indigenous place name above the Barge Chilling Beach sign, Daily Hive has learned that instead of replacing the sign right away, the park authorities are using this as an opportunity for dialogue. “Re-introducing local indigenous names is a priority for the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, and we … Read more

Only one UTSU executive is deemed to have “leave the post” this year – The Varsity

Only one UTSU executive is deemed to have “leave the post” this year – The Varsity

According to attendance records for University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU) board meetings, only one of the 37 incumbent members was deemed to have left office this year, according to Bylaw X. In addition, one director has resigned. Bylaw X, part of the UTSU governance document, outlines the parameters for the number of meetings directors … Read more

Australian Open begins hours after Djokovic .’s deportation

Australian Open begins hours after Djokovic .’s deportation

Fans take a selfie with a photo of defending champion Novak Djokovic of Serbia ahead of the first round of the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Monday, January 17, 2022. Djokovic was deported from Australia on Sunday, January 16, after losing a bid to remain in the country to defend his Australian Open … Read more

JMU expert: University athletes increasingly open about mental health

JMU expert: University athletes increasingly open about mental health

Harrisonburg, Va. Discussing mental health and coping with various stressors is becoming more common among college athletes across the country, said Bob Harmison, director of sports psychology and Kibler professor of sports psychology at James Madison University. Harmison, who will begin his term as president-elect of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology in October and … Read more

Samantha Ruth Prabhu Gives Us Major Fitness Goals By Deadlifting 80Kgs

Samantha Ruth Prabhu Gives Us Major Fitness Goals By Deadlifting 80Kgs

In this chilly weather, if you are looking for motivation to hit the gym and workout, then look at Samantha Ruth Prabhu’s Instagram feed. Samantha is pushing her boundaries and doing some intense workouts inspiring all of us to push our boundaries. On Friday, the actress took to her Instagram to share videos of herself … Read more