Mount Yamnuska reopened after death and injuries over weekend but dangers remain, warns official

Officials have reopened Mount Yamnuska to hikers after one death and two injuries over the weekend but warn it is not an appropriate destination for beginners.

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New Brunswick to provide update after recording 2nd coronavirus death over the weekend – New Brunswick

New Brunswick is set to provide an update after recording its second COVID-19-related death over the weekend. As of Sunday, 157 cases have been

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Southeastern Alberta under heat warning with highs forecast above 30 C this weekend

It’s going to be a scorcher in parts of southeastern Alberta, if Environment Canada forecasts come to fruition, with temperatures around and north of

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Coronavirus: B.C. faces first weekend under Phase 2 of COVID-reopening plan

It’s the first weekend since B.C. entered Phase 2 of its COVID-19 reopening plan, and businesses are finding their feet as more British Columbians

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Calgarians only get a C+ for long weekend health compliance, CEMA chief warns

Calgarians got a passing grade, barely, for their behaviour over the long weekend. Tom Sampson, chief of the Calgary Emergency Management Agency, pegged it at

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Winnipeg cottage country sees some travel May long weekend amid COVID-19

Winnipeg’s cottage country towns did not see the typical influx of visitors over the long weekend amid public health recommendations to travel without stopping

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Higher water levels expected this weekend in Kettle River system: Regional district – Okanagan

Higher water levels in the Kettle River system in B.C.’s Southern Interior are expected this weekend, according to the regional district. Related News

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North Vancouver care home sees 5 COVID-19 deaths over holiday weekend

A man living in a North Vancouver care home says he’s starting to feel nervous after five residents died of COVID-19 over the weekend.

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BC Ferries traffic on major routes down 92 % over long weekend compared to previous year

Lineups and sailing waits at BC Ferries have become an unexpected flashpoint in B.C.’s battle against COVID-19, with residents of Vancouver Island and smaller gulf islands

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Coronavirus: Long weekend visitors during pandemic sparking concern among Shuswap residents

It happens every spring in B.C.’s Southern Interior: when good weather finally arrives, so do the tourists. This year, though, was to be the

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