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Winnipeg Jets to meet Vancouver Canucks in lone exhibition game as camp continues

Winnipeg Jets to meet Vancouver Canucks in lone exhibition game as camp continues

The National Hockey League continues to hammer out their schedule after kicking off Phase 3 of the league’s return-to-play plan. The NHL announced the exhibition schedule and some of the start times for the start of the playoffs.
49 cases, 6 deaths now linked to COVID-19 outbreak at Edmonton’s Misericordia Hospital

49 cases, 6 deaths now linked to COVID-19 outbreak at Edmonton’s Misericordia Hospital

More than four dozen cases of COVID-19 and six deaths have been linked to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus at Edmonton’s Misericordia Hospital . Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr.
Alberta has had 10 tornadoes in 2020 as twister near Nanton upgraded

Alberta has had 10 tornadoes in 2020 as twister near Nanton upgraded

Environment Canada said Tuesday that further investigation of a tornado that touched down near Nanton, Alta., on Sunday has unearthed evidence the twister was more powerful than first thought.
Police investigating ‘hate-motivated vandalism’ involving Okanagan home

Police investigating ‘hate-motivated vandalism’ involving Okanagan home

An Okanagan family is bewildered after their home was vandalized on Monday evening, an act that’s being described as a hate crime .
‘Cat’astrophe avoided: Vancouver’s cat cafes claw back business amid COVID-19

‘Cat’astrophe avoided: Vancouver’s cat cafes claw back business amid COVID-19

In what may be the most fur-midable challenge they’ve ever faced, Vancouver’s cat cafes have managed to pounce on paw-sibility during the novel coronavirus pandemic .
Manitoba premier approves push to bring tourists to province, despite coronavirus concerns

Manitoba premier approves push to bring tourists to province, despite coronavirus concerns

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is giving the thumbs up to a new travel campaign designed to attract tourists to the province, despite an increase in COVID-19 cases to the west of Manitoba.
Fredericton’s hospitality industry hopeful despite not seeing benefit of Atlantic travel bubble

Fredericton’s hospitality industry hopeful despite not seeing benefit of Atlantic travel bubble

Long lineups at the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick border since the Atlantic travel bubble opened up have yet to translate to a busier or more prosperous hospitality industry.
Person dies in workplace accident in Burnaby, B.C., WorkSafeBC confirms

Person dies in workplace accident in Burnaby, B.C., WorkSafeBC confirms

One person has died in an industrial accident in Burnaby Tuesday. WorkSafeBC confirms they were called just after 10:30 a.m. to a construction site at 14 Avenue and 18 Street. Read more: CN Rail worker killed in B.C.
Police searching for woman who escaped custody from Hamilton psychiatry unit

Police searching for woman who escaped custody from Hamilton psychiatry unit

Hamilton police are looking for a woman who escaped from custody from the St. Joseph’s Forensic Psychiatry Unit. Just before 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, police say they received a report of a woman who escaped St.
Halifax’s airport not expecting business to bounce back to 2019 levels until 2024

Halifax’s airport not expecting business to bounce back to 2019 levels until 2024

The business has shrunk considerably for Halifax’s airport during the novel coronavirus pandemic and it’s not expected to get better anytime soon.