A Canadian court has invalidated the country's Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States. The agreement has been used by tens of thousands of migrants to flee the United States to seek what they see as safety in Canada.
Two more COVID-19 testing events will be held on this week in northern Wisconsin. They will be held at the Iron River Community Center from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday and at Lac du Flambeau Elementary School from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized for not recusing himself from a Cabinet decision to award a contract to a charity that paid his family to speak at events. Trudeau’s wife, brother, and mother were all paid by We Charity.
Michigan's U.S. Senators are asking the federal officials to clarify restrictions on travel across the U.S.-Canada border. They want to know how restrictions will affect families split by the border, college students, and people who have to cross the border to get to their property.
Wildlife officials say the gray wolf population in Michigan's Upper Peninsula appears to have stabilized. The latest biennial survey conducted this winter estimates the predator species’ population at 695, divided among 143 packs.
COGGS volunteers and Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute are collaborating in an effort to make the Duluth Traverse Trail accessible to all cyclists. They visited three sections of the trail with an off-road handcyclist to take inventory of spots that can better accommodate a universal design.