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Coronavirus: Calgary businesses prepare for May 25 reopening

Coronavirus: Calgary businesses prepare for May 25 reopening

Several businesses in Calgary are making final preparations ahead of reopening on Monday as part of the first phase of the provincial relaunch strategy.
River safety buoyed by frequent users of the South Saskatchewan

River safety buoyed by frequent users of the South Saskatchewan

As part of boat safety awareness week, the Saskatoon Canoe Club, in conjunction with Inland Marine Technologies, set up two buoyed signs in the South Saskatchewan River to remind those on the waterway of the traffic restrictions in between the Senato
Calgary city council to vote on conversion therapy ban bylaw Monday

Calgary city council to vote on conversion therapy ban bylaw Monday

Monday could be a landmark day for Calgary’s LGBTQ community with city council voting on a proposed bylaw that would ban conversion therapy practices.
Muslim communities in Edmonton adapt to celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid COVID-19 restrictions

Muslim communities in Edmonton adapt to celebrate Eid al-Fitr amid COVID-19 restrictions

After days of fasting, it’s a time many in the Islamic community look forward to celebrating. “Muslims in Canada and around the world will celebrate Eid al-Fitr,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.
Edmonton-area businesses band together amid COVID-19 pandemic

Edmonton-area businesses band together amid COVID-19 pandemic

A collective of Edmonton-area businesses is banding together amid the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE: Alberta Health announces 42 new COVID-19 cases Sunday Holly Carmichael owns TruWood Artisans in Stony Plain.
Saskatoon man says neighbour saved daughter from burning house

Saskatoon man says neighbour saved daughter from burning house

Alvin Albert said his neighbour saved his daughter’s life. “If Wayne wasn’t there in time, my daughter would have been gone,” he told Global News.
Coronavirus: Okotoks musicians rock out from driveways to support food bank

Coronavirus: Okotoks musicians rock out from driveways to support food bank

Sunday brought people in Okotoks together — at a safe distance — to gather donations for the food bank through musical performances.
Search continues for dog washed over waterfall in Lynn Canyon

Search continues for dog washed over waterfall in Lynn Canyon

Friends and strangers alike turned out Sunday to help a Metro Vancouver woman search for her dog, after the beloved pet was swept over a waterfall in Lynn Canyon on Saturday.
Coronavirus: Online concert raising funds for Central Okanagan Food Bank

Coronavirus: Online concert raising funds for Central Okanagan Food Bank

Some musicians in the valley are banding together to raise funds for the Central Okanagan Food Bank.
Coronavirus: Kelowna council eyes turning Bernard Avenue into a street patio

Coronavirus: Kelowna council eyes turning Bernard Avenue into a street patio

One of Kelowna’s main strips could be transformed into a big outdoor patio space just in time for the Canada Day long weekend. City council is considering closing Bernard Avenue to traffic and creating extra pedestrian and patio zones.