Albertans who are blind, visually impaired urged to continue reaching out amid COVID-19 pandemic – Lethbridge

A number of events, concerts and other activities around the globe have been cancelled preemptively due to mounting concerns around COVID-19. The Lethbridge Association

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Coronavirus: Four men continue hunger strike at immigration monitoring centre in Laval – Montreal

Four men detained at the Laval Immigration Monitoring Centre continued a hunger strike for a fifth day Saturday with the hopes of obtaining their

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Alberta construction sites allowed to continue with precautions during COVID-19 pandemic

While construction projects, job sites and work camps are legally exempt from Alberta’s COVID-19-related 50-person mass gathering rule, industry leaders said they are still

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Alberta MLAs host their own town halls to continue ‘fair deal’ conversation

The province’s ‘fair deal’ panel tour may be over, but some Alberta MLAs have decided to host their own town halls this month to continue the discussion

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B.C. pipeline protests continue to halt Ontario trains for 5th day in a row

Trains are once again stopped between Montreal and Toronto and Ottawa and Toronto on Monday, making this the fifth day Via Rail has had

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Dismay, frustration as phone service disruptions continue across B.C.

People, companies and municipalities across B.C. are expressing alarm and frustration as phone service disruptions continue across the province for a second day.  Many

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Inquiry into Afghanistan vet who killed family, self, to continue in Nova Scotia – Halifax

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted January 28, 2020 7:47 am Updated January 28, 2020 7:49 am Smaller font Descrease article font

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‘We are working well’: Negotiators seek to strike deal as CUSMA talks continue – National

Mexico‘s top trade negotiator wrapped up an 11-hour meeting with his U.S. counterpart Friday night, saying they had not finalized a new trade agreement

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Death toll in Iraq passes 100 as police, protesters continue to clash – National

The death toll in five days of clashes between Iraqi police and protesters rose to over 100 on Sunday and the government struggled to

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Parents frustrated as long wait times continue for new driver testing

Driver exam wait times continue to drag on, after Alberta’s previous NDP government changed the private system to a public one. The current administration said

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