COVID-19 ‘watch’ declared for Calgary-Centre as cases rise above 50 per 100,000 people

Alberta Health has declared Calgary-Centre is under a “watch” for COVID-19. Health officials are monitoring regions across province as Alberta moves through its relaunch

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In a time of protest, Black LGBTQ voices rise

For decades, Nik Redman felt that as a Black transgender man, he had to leave a part of himself behind depending on what room

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Canada’s coronavirus cases rise past 103K as Ontario sets testing record – National

Canada’s novel coronavirus cases grew by 234 on Saturday while eight deaths were reported, all from Ontario. The country now has over 103,000 cases

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Use of opioids, meth, mixed drugs on the rise on Winnipeg streets – Winnipeg

Opioid use appears to be on the rise in Winnipeg as overdoses have spiked in the first half of the year. Numbers provided by

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Calfrac shares rise 75%, prompting Calgary oilfield company to hire advisers

Calfrac Well Services Ltd. says it is seeking advice on changes to its capital structure but doesn’t know of any “material change” that would

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Saskatoon SPCA reminding pet owners not to leave dogs in cars as temperatures rise

The Saskatoon SPCA wants to remind pet owners, specifically dog owners about the dangers of leaving your dog in a vehicle for any length

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City asks residents stay off North Saskatchewan as water levels rise

The city is urging Edmontonians to be wary of rising water levels along the North Saskatchewan River. In a Friday evening public service announcement, the City of

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Trump mulls travel ban for Brazil as country’s coronavirus cases rise to 3rd in world – National

U.S. President Donald Trump said he’s considering banning travel from Brazil as the country continues to break daily records in reported coronavirus cases and

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Alberta’s new helium royalties could see rise of extraction industry

Alberta government leaders hope a new royalty structure for helium will buoy exploration and production of the inert gas within the province. Explorers have

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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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