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DENVER (KKTV) – Colorado’s governor announced on Tuesday that bars and nightclubs will need to close “in-person” service for the time being. If bars serve food, they will be able to open with precautions in place. The precautions include patrons must be 6-feet apart, seated with their own party and there will be “no mingling.” …

WINNIPEG — A pair of Manitoba restaurants are facing thousands of dollars in fines for defying public health measures. According to the province, Lee’s Buffet in Brandon, Man., and Chaise Corydon on Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg have both been ticketed $2,542 for failing to comply with the measures prescribed in the province’s public health orders. …

Critics of a recent report from a provincial task force say it champions corporate food producers over small family farms and could put the Agricultural Land Reserve at risk. In January, the province released The Future of B.C.’s Food System, a report that recommends technology like moisture sensors, indoor growing on vertically stacked shelves and robotics to increase …

WINNIPEG — There weren’t any people on their cell phones at a 5G protest in Winnipeg. Saturday afternoon, a group of Winnipeggers gathered at City Hall to protest the installation of 5G small cell towers in the city. “People around the world are worried about 5G, they’re worried about the little antennas,” said Margaret Friesen, …

CHICAGO (CBS) — First with the coronavirus and now with looting, it is harder than ever before for some families in Chicago to get food. As CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported Tuesday, one group of local women is delivering acts of kindness. Parra reported from the South Loop – a spot that had a lot …

WINNIPEG — Two Winnipeg restaurants are facing thousands of dollars in fines for breaking public health orders amid the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Manitoba government, Arabesque Hookah Café and Lounge, located on Corydon Avenue, and Pony Corral, located on Pembina Highway, have each been fined $2,542 for not complying with the public health measures …

Humanitarian aid projects to war-torn Yemen are reaching breaking point, and some $870 million is needed to continue giving life-saving assistance to millions of vulnerable people for the next six months, the World Food Programme (WFP), warned on Tuesday. The appeal for a fresh cash injection comes after more than five years of fighting in …

Since the start of the pandemic, there have been increased reports of rat cannibalism and infanticide in New York, as well as more rat complaints in residential areas — including in Chicago — as humans produce more food waste at home. Roving rat armies, including one caught on camera scavenging New Orleans’ empty streets, are …

The National Farmers’ Federation welcomes the Government’s Technology Investment Roadmap discussion paper released today. “Research and development and the ability to innovate and develop new technologies across the economy will shape our capacity to transition to a low emissions future,” NFF CEO Tony Mahar said. “The report rightly seeks to have all options on the …

WINNIPEG — A Winnipeg bakery is facing an unexpected challenge after the business was recently broken into. In a Facebook post made Saturday night, High Tea Bakery said burglars took the bake shop’s iPads, point of sale system, and a variety of other things. In an email to CTV News Sunday, Winnipeg police didn’t use …