Potential coronavirus exposure reported on 2 Air Canada flights from Toronto to Halifax – National

Nova Scotia Health is advising of potential COVID-19 exposure on flights from Toronto to Halifax on Oct. 12. In a statement released on Saturday, NSHA

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Morriscastle strand, Kilmuckridge.

Amazes me always how one beach can appear so different depending on the weather and you can never recreate a shot. That is what

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Prince Edward Island activates federal COVID-19 exposure notification app

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 8, 2020 7:38 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A

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Interior Health warns of COVID-19 exposure at hotel pub in Merritt

Health officials say anyone who visited the pub at the Coldwater Hotel in Merritt, B.C., the night of Sept. 19 might have been exposed to

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Possible COVID-19 exposure at Saskatoon Walmart: SHA

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has issued a warning about possible COVID-19 exposure at a Saskatoon Walmart. Read more: Saskatoon McDonalds temporarily closed after

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Possible coronavirus exposure at Foam Lake, Saskatoon and Wynyard businesses

An alert has been issued to notify residents about three businesses in Saskatchewan where a person who tested positive for the novel coronavirus may have

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Potential COVID-19 exposure on Sept. 7 Calgary-Halifax flight

Nova Scotia health officials are advising of a potential exposure to the coronavirus on WestJet flight WS232 that left Calgary for Halifax on Sep.

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Quebec won’t use federal coronavirus exposure app for now

Quebec has decided not to follow Ottawa’s lead to roll out a novel coronavirus exposure application at least for now but the provincial government

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Weather beaten

Granite rocks brave the wrath of the Atlantic Ocean Posted by www.nick-moore.com on 2015-06-04 21:48:07 Tagged: , rocks , granite , sea , waves

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‘Night rave’ in B.C. prompts public warning for potential COVID-19 exposure

Fraser Health is warning the public about a possible exposure to someone who tested positive for COVID-19 at a “night rave” in Surrey, B.C. The health authority said the

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