From face masks to video chats, families reimagine Mother’s Day during COVID-19

Instead of flowers, Selena Madrigan gifted her mom a box of face masks and some Lysol disinfectant. The Abbotsford resident and her husband ordered takeout to share

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Calgarians mourn Nova Scotia mass shooting victims, raise funds for families

The donairs and pizzas are big sellers at Blowers and Grafton on Edmonton Trail in northeast Calgary. But staff at the Nova Scotia street-food

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Families of inmates kept in the dark amid COVID-19 outbreak at B.C. prison

Some family members of inmates at a medium security prison in Mission, B.C., which has the largest outbreak of COVID-19 of any prison in Canada,

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Front-line health staff seek housing to isolate and keep their families safe

As hospitals in British Columbia treat patients with  COVID-19, front-line staff are worried about carrying the virus into their own homes and are reaching out to

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Humboldt Broncos families to quietly mark anniversary of Saskatchewan bus crash

The second anniversary of a devastating Saskatchewan bus crash will be a quiet one for the still-mourning families as the COVID-19 crisis holds the country

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How families are managing being 2 metres away from grandparents

Typically, Joan Thomas and her husband Doug Sinnett see their grandchildren three to four times a week. But that was before the novel coronavirus

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Families who endured airport delays over no fly list invited to test new system – National

Families who have endured anxiety-inducing airport delays over no-fly list mismatches will be among the first to test a new system intended to solve

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‘Search your hearts’: Families of 2 men killed in CP Rail crash urge witnesses to step forward

One year after a Canadian Pacific Rail derailment in Field, B.C., that killed three men, families of two of the victims are asking CP employees

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Families of CP Rail workers killed in B.C. mountain crash demand investigation be reopened

When a two-kilometre grain train ran away downhill, smashing into a B.C. mountainside last February and killing three crew, Transportation Safety Board officials quickly

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Families of PS752 victims could go after Ukraine airline or Iran in bid for compensation

The family members of those killed on Flight PS752 are likely entitled to monetary compensation under international aviation law, lawyers say, but could also

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