Coronavirus: Ontario summer day camps might be allowed to open with ‘strict’ health measures

The Ontario government might allow summer day camps to open in July and August under “strict” health and safety measures as long as trends

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Tee times in demand as Hamilton golf courses get green light from province to open – Hamilton

Many golf courses in Hamilton, Ont., will open up this weekend, after receiving the green light from the province when it outlined what businesses

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Reopening B.C.: Most provincial parks open for day use only, visitors asked to physically distance

Most provincial parks reopened on Thursday, more than a month after B.C. shut down the provincial park system due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. Washrooms,

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COVID-19 aid applications for Canadian students, recent grads open Friday – National

Canadian students and recent graduates who have lost income or summer jobs as a result of the novel coronavirus pandemic can apply to receive

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Some B.C. gyms could open doors this month

Provincial Health Officer Dr. Bonnie Henry is clarifying when gyms and fitness facilities in B.C. could reopen, after saying last week they likely wouldn’t

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Coronavirus outbreak: Street-facing store fronts given permission to open with curbside pick-up only

Retailers across the province have been granted permission by the province to open doors and offer curb-side pick up to customers starting Monday. Erica

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Hair salons, barbershops should not open first amid pandemic, stylist says

To the delight of many customers, Alberta stylists and barbers may soon be back to cutting tresses and buzzing beards — but not everyone

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Trump orders U.S. meat-processing plants to stay open despite coronavirus fears

U.S. President Donald Trump ordered meat-processing plants to stay open on Tuesday to protect the food supply in the United States, despite concerns about

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B.C.’s farmers markets set to open, but with new physical distancing protocols

Many farmers markets in B.C. are ramping up for their spring seasons, but COVID-19 has forced them to make changes to how they operate. 

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Okanagan bans open burns, campfires to curb smoke during COVID-19 pandemic

With wildfire season on the horizon for British Columbia, there are concerns that smoke pollution will only make the COVID-19 pandemic worse. Although the

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