Church leaders get answers during town hall with Alberta premier and chief medical officer of health

EDMONTON — Faith groups got a chance to ask Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw questions about how to reopen safely.

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Acadia University establishes award in memory of Const. Heidi Stevenson

HALIFAX — A Nova Scotia university is honouring an alumna killed in last month’s deadly shooting in the province. Acadia University in Wolfville, N.S.,

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Markham retail clerk says shopper coughed on coins and made COVID-19 threats

TORONTO — Police are looking an incident where a man allegedly coughed on coins and threatened a teen clerk with COVID-19 at a Markham

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As U.S. hits virus peak, warnings not to ease lockdown too soon

WASHINGTON — The U.S. coronavirus epidemic appears to be hitting its peak, but scientists are already warning a second wave is possible if President

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8-year-old, 2 adults injured in crash near Prince Albert

PRINCE ALBERT — Three people, including an eight-year-old boy, were taken to hospital after a two vehicle collision southeast of Prince Albert, according to

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WestJet confirms guest on recent Toronto-bound flight tested positive for COVID-19

TORONTO — WestJet has confirmed that a passenger on board a recent flight to Toronto has tested positive for COVID-19.  “The safety of our

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What we know about Sudbury's second COVID-19 case

Health officials in Sudbury are now dealing with the north’s second confirmed case of coronavirus. Watch Ian Campbell’s report. Source link https://www.ctvnews.ca/polopoly_fs/1.4855479.1584398188!/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/landscape_300/image.jpg #CanadianNews #news

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RCMP seek alleged Calgary police impersonator who visited CrossIron Mills

Airdrie RCMP is investigating a suspicious incident at a CrossIron Mills store where a man allegedly claimed to be a Calgary Police Service officer.

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This Canadian group wants to stop genocides before they happen

TORONTO — Can words posted to social media suggest where a genocide might happen? Christopher Tuckwood thinks so. “If we look historically at any

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Skiers hit slopes while they can

CALGARY — Some of Calgary’s most dedicated skiers hit the slopes of WinSport Sunday, ahead of the hill’s temporary closure due to the cold.

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