City of Calgary launches new transit fare app while mask use remains optional

CALGARY — The new My Fare transit payment app launches on Canada Day, billed as a way to pay for tickets without touching pay

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New film tells story of nearly 5,000 North Korean orphans sent to Europe

SEOUL, KOREA, REPUBLIC OF — Six decades after they returned to their homeland, traces of thousands of North Korean children orphaned by the Korean

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Mutonji and Ruban take Trillium Book Awards, Ontario’s top literary prize

TORONTO — Tea Mutonji’s “Shut Up You’re Pretty,” has been named the winner of the Trillium Book Award while Paul Ruban took the French

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‘Time for us to talk’: Masai Ujiri stresses need for conversation amid protests

TORONTO — Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is urging everyone, from world leaders down, to have strong conversations about race as a way forward

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Gravelbourg residents hang banners to celebrate graduates

REGINA — Ten Grade 12 students in the community of Gravelbourg have their graduation photos hung proudly along Main Street. École Gravelbourg School wanted

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City of Windsor building department using digital means to keep construction moving

WINDSOR, ONT. — As industries across Ontario start to resume work activities, constructors and home builders say they’re anxious to get back on schedule.

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Red Deer council reduces approved operating budget for 2020

EDMONTON — The City of Red Deer has amended its 2020 operating budget to reduce the financial impact on property owners. “The average property

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7 deaths, 44 new cases of COVID-19 in Ottawa on Monday

OTTAWA — Seven more people have died in Ottawa due to COVID-19. Ottawa Public Health announced the new deaths in its daily epidemiology update

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Five more deaths, 297 new COVID-19 cases as Alberta total surpasses 4,000

EDMONTON — There have been five more deaths and 297 new cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, the province’s top doctor announced Friday. It drives

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Flame Milan Lucic wants games to resume, but until then spends time with his kids

CALGARY — Milan Lucic has been in the National Hockey League for thirteen seasons. When you’ve been around the game for that long it’s

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