Centrist Benny Gantz, a member of Israel’s war Cabinet, resigns over lack of plans for postwar Gaza

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On the bright side with Julie Atchison To brighten your week with good news, CTV London Meteorologist Julie Atchison is showing us the sunny side of things. Here’s a look at the good news stories from the past week. Wortley Pride festival continues on despite protests and messages of hate The third annual Wortley Pride festival held Saturday has tripled in size this year according to founder and president Kathy Bell, but messages of hate continue to threatened the event before it even began. Barrie Overnight garage fire causes extensive damage to home near Bradford West Gwillimbury An overnight garage fire has caused significant damage to a home in the west end of Bradford West Gwillimbury. Police Sargeant on cross-country cycling journey stops in Collingwood Collingwood OPP welcomed Sargeant Dayne Campbell of the Vancouver Police Department on Saturday as he cycles across Canada to raise funds for cancer research. Georgian College Auto Show in full gear at Barrie campus The annual Georgian College Auto Show is in full gear this weekend, bringing together a wide range of cars, brands, students, and families. Windsor Windsor booster and long-time business owner Ted Farron dies A long-time community booster and a man whose smile could light up any room has died. Woman charged after entering Chatham home, asking about resident’s children A 27-year-old woman has been charged with mischief after she allegedly entered a Chatham home, looking for a child. WIFF ‘Under the Stars’ features flicks for all ages WIFF’s ‘Under the Stars’ series returns with a slate of outdoor movies to enjoy. Vancouver Island BC United promises to make shingles vaccine free for B.C. residents 50 and older A BC United government would make the shingles vaccine available at no cost to British Columbians ages 50 and older, party leader Kevin Falcon announced Saturday. 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High winds, warm temperatures result in fire ban for Lethbridge’s river valley Despite the month of May seeing nearly 100 millimetres of rain, the City of Lethbridge has enacted a fire ban for the city’s river valley. Sault Ste. Marie Number of active forest fires in northeastern Ont. reduced to three There was good news this weekend regarding the forest fire situation in northeastern Ontario. Security guards spit on, attacked in two incidents on the same day in the Sault Security guards in businesses in Sault Ste. Marie had a rough week, with incident including threats, assault and being spit on. Relief in the Sault as Canada/US border strike deadline delayed until next week Cross-border weekend travelers no longer need to hold their breath: a strike at Canadian borders is not taking place, at least for now. N.L. N.L. launching disability benefit to top up federal program and create basic income The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is launching a disability benefit that will top up the federal government’s recently announced aid program. Newfoundland is being sieged by heavy fog, and travellers are paying the price A thick and heavy fog has been laying siege to the skies over St. John’s, and drawing a heavy toll from some airplane passengers who’ve seen their travel plans pummelled with no end in sight. N.L. becomes latest province to eye stricter tobacco regulations Newfoundland and Labrador has floated an eyebrow-raising trial balloon in a bid to further the public health fight against tobacco and nicotine. Shopping Trends The Shopping Trends team is independent of the journalists at CTV News. We may earn a commission when you use our links to shop. Read about us. 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