COVID-19 has Calgary seniors walking around province, across country but virtually

Marion Rogers says people in the southwest Calgary seniors home where she lives were getting a little squirrely after being forced to stay on

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Coronavirus: Ontario Long Term Care Association calls on province to commit to public inquiry

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted May 16, 2020 4:54 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font

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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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B.C. fire-related fatalities on the rise in 2020, says province

Fire officials are asking people in B.C. to test smoke alarms and take care in the kitchen as 15 people have died in the

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TransLink suspends planned service cuts and layoffs after reaching deal with province

TransLink has backed off from planned service cuts and 1,500 layoffs planned for later this month, after reaching a deal with the province. Rumina

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Nova Scotia shooting: Calls grow for more regulations around buying, selling police paraphernalia in province

RCMP have said that the gunman in April mass shooting had an advantage over police, but there are still no laws against owning such

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Coronavirus: Montreal boroughs ease restrictions as the number of cases in the province rise – Montreal

Montreal continues to be the epicentre of the COVID-19 pandemic in Quebec, being home to almost 14,000 of the province’s confirmed cases, and on

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Filipino advocacy group asks province to look at race in COVID-19 cases to find out who’s most at risk

A Vancouver-based advocacy group for the Filipino community says its members may be at higher risk of contracting COVID-19 and are calling on the province

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Northern Saskatchewan ‘scrambling’ to control outbreaks as province moves to reopen

The plan to reopen Saskatchewan’s economy is coming too fast, according to some leaders in northern Saskatchewan. Related News While big cities

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With $20B Alberta deficit possible, Kenney warns province won’t be able to ‘insulate everyone’

The province is prepared to take every possible step to protect Albertans from a coming “terrible economic storm,” Premier Jason Kenney said Thursday —

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