Anxious passengers ‘unlikely’ to see refunds after airlines end physical distancing

TORONTO — WestJet and Air Canada will soon begin selling every seat on their flights again, ending their attempts at physical distancing — a

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‘It made my blood boil’: Porch pirates nabbing patio decor in Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge residents are seeing a troubling trend of thieves taking off with their patio decor in the middle of the night. Residents

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How young musicians are continuing their education during self-isolation

EDMONTON — Musicians with the Youth Orchestra of Northern Alberta are continuing their education through video lessons as they self-isolate. With the program indefinite

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Retailer Anthropologie denies Black shoppers were profiled with secret code name

TORONTO — Boho-chic lifestyle retailer Anthropologie denied accusations it racially profiled customers by assigning codenames to Black shoppers so employees could watch them more

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Demolition begins at Misericordia Community Hospital

EDMONTON — Construction of the new emergency department in west Edmonton officially began Thursday with the demolition of an old building at the Misericordia

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Tapestry spans two city blocks, nine years of one artist’s life and several million years of oil – Calgary

When it comes to creating two-block-long pieces of art that take nine years to complete, medieval European craftsmen have nothing on Calgary artist and filmmaker Sandra

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Agawa Canyon Train tour delayed until September

CN rail, owner of the Algoma Central Railway, has postponed the start of the train tour season until September. Jairus Patterson reports. Source link

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Flames ink Wolf to three year deal

CALGARY — The Flames announced Friday that they have signed goaltendeer Dustin Wolf to a three year entry level contract. Wolf, a native of

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Assiniboine Park Zoo faces uncertainty about returning to normal after pandemic

WINNIPEG — The Assiniboine Park Conservancy (APC) said it’s facing uncertainty about if, when and how things will return to normal for the Assiniboine

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Saskatoon Canada Day celebrations cancelled due to COVID-19, Optimist Club ‘disheartened, but relieved’

SASKATOON — The Optimist Club of Saskatoon has cancelled this year’s Canada Day celebrations at Diefenbaker Park. “It’s been a bit agonizing, really, to

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