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Coronavirus: Canada adds 370 new cases, 12 deaths Thursday

Coronavirus: Canada adds 370 new cases, 12 deaths Thursday

Canada’s total coronavirus case count went up by 370 Thursday and its deaths by 12. The country now has 106,783 cases total with 27,460 of them active, and 8,749 deaths total.
Government files statement of defence in response to Alberta Medical Association lawsuit

Government files statement of defence in response to Alberta Medical Association lawsuit

The provincial government has filed its statement of defence in response to a lawsuit brought forward by the Alberta Medical Association on April 9.
Waterton Lakes National Park continues to reopen after Kenow Fire

Waterton Lakes National Park continues to reopen after Kenow Fire

New growth, new trails and a new appreciation, that’s what visitors at Waterton Lakes National Park said they felt when walking around the community.
COVID-19 pandemic could mean permanent closures for Plus-15 businesses in Calgary

COVID-19 pandemic could mean permanent closures for Plus-15 businesses in Calgary

As Albertans have slowly headed back to public places, downtown office towers in Calgary are still very quiet. The Plus-15 walkway system downtown had been bustling with activity leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic and now it is nearly empty.
Nearly 40% of Saskatchewan’s workforce has received CERB

Nearly 40% of Saskatchewan’s workforce has received CERB

The federal government is reporting more than 8.1 million Canadians have received the Canada Emergency Response Benefit ( CERB ) to supplement their lost income during the COVID-19 pandemic .
Academics discuss challenges of full-time work and parenting amid COVID-19 pandemic

Academics discuss challenges of full-time work and parenting amid COVID-19 pandemic

A team of researches and a graduate student from the University of Lethbridge recently expressed their frustrations with having to take on the roles of both full-time parents and academics amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in a detailed article published i
Vernon, B.C., senior meal program hits milestone with 1,000 lunches

Vernon, B.C., senior meal program hits milestone with 1,000 lunches

A bistro in Vernon that has been offering free lunches for seniors since the beginning of April has now reached a major milestone. “We’ve done over 1,000 lunches so far.
‘Jews are our dogs’: Anti-Semitic chant at Mississauga rally being investigated by police

‘Jews are our dogs’: Anti-Semitic chant at Mississauga rally being investigated by police

An incident at anti-Israel rally over the weekend in Mississauga is the subject of a hate-crimes complaint under investigation by Peel Regional Police .
UCP government to use grants to attract petrochemical investments to Alberta

UCP government to use grants to attract petrochemical investments to Alberta

The UCP government has introduced a new incentive program it believes will attract billions of dollars worth of investment in the petrochemical sector, employing tens of thousands of Albertans.
Golf Saskatchewan, amateur provincials host confident in coronavirus safety measures

Golf Saskatchewan, amateur provincials host confident in coronavirus safety measures

Saskatchewan golfers have been back on the course for nearly two months and soon some of the province’s best players will get their first taste of competition under Golf Saskatchewan’s COVID-19 protocols.