The U.S. women's team 1-0 loss to Canada ends any chance for Olympic gold. Despite the disappointing result, Rapinoe said there's "still a lot to compete for."
The snake was found poking out of a floor heater on the bus during routine maintenance work.
"The total we will have to pay will be well over $100k. But Christ is worth it!" the church wrote on Twitter.
British Columbia has seen a total of 1,259 fires since April 1. Currently, the province is in a state of emergency.
The Public Health Agency of Canada said people who submit false information about vaccination status could face a "fine of up to $750,000 or six months imprisonment or both."
Arbitrator ruled that driver's dismissal last year was not an excessive action by the company.
"We are obviously sorry about this situation and rest assured the family is being advised about every key detail of this investigation," Police Chief Danny McConnell said.
"Archbishop LeGatt and the Archdiocese completely disavow Fr. Rhéal Forest's comments," the Archdiocese of St. Boniface told Newsweek in a statement.
The president of the Public Service Alliance of Canada and its Customs and Immigration Union said that members could strike as soon as August 6.
This is the first time Canada has begun lifting its restrictions on non-essential travel since March 2020.
The brave mother cat is being treated for her injuries after she repeatedly ran into a fire to rescue her baby.
"This is a sensible, reasonable alternative to vaccines heading to the landfill," Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens said.
The U.S. will qualify for the quarterfinals if it beats Martinique and Canada avoids defeat against Haiti.
A police officer described the finding as "disturbing and, frankly, disgusting," and said it appeared that the dog was made to suffer by drowning.
The boy's mother said it was "miraculous" that her son was able to eat cake on his 2nd birthday after he was born with a defect affecting his swallowing tube.
Demonstrations are taking place against the country's residential schools system where thousands of Indigenous children were abused.
"Vancouver has never experienced heat like this, and sadly dozens of people are dying because of it," Vancouver Police Sgt. Steve Addison said in a statement.
A search using ground-penetrating radar found 182 human remains at a site close to a former residential school that housed Indigenous children.
Investigators using ground-penetrating radar have reported finding hundreds of unmarked graves at the sites of two residential schools for Indigenous children.
The Moderna vaccine has not yet been authorized for use in people below 18 years of age.
The "unprecedented" number of deaths come as British Columbia reached all-time high temperature records for the third day in a row on Tuesday.
"My heart sank and I raced over here," said a neighbor who witnessed the accident. "It just blew my mind that that could ever happen."
Muhammad Kashif said he recognized one of the attackers as someone who had previously verbally abused him.
The climate activist's warning comes as a "very dangerous heat wave" continues across the western U.S. region, including in Washington, Oregon and California.
A Winnipeg-based epidemiologist told local media the death marks the 13th coronavirus fatality in a person under the age of 19 in Canada.
Ker had been going to Taco Tom's Lonchera, in Vancouver, Washington, for 12 years, but health issues prevented her from stopping by the food truck.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley released a letter Thursday addressed to the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, asking its leaders to reprimand Canada for the country's restrictions on religious freedom during the pandemic.
"We will find more bodies, and we will not stop until we find all of our children," said Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous First Nations.