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Updated: Federal wage subsidy to be extended to December, Trudeau says

Updated: Federal wage subsidy to be extended to December, Trudeau says

Presumptive Nunavut COVID case turns out negative after further testing

Presumptive Nunavut COVID case turns out negative after further testing

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Tests for what would have been Nunavut's first case of COVID-19 have come back negative. The territory's chief public health officer, Dr. Michael Patterson, is confirming the result this morning.
Update: Vehicle crashes into school in St. Paul during police chase

Update: Vehicle crashes into school in St. Paul during police chase

No injuries sustained but incident brings back memories of horrific 2012 crash at the school
Scientists urge WHO to acknowledge virus can spread in air

Scientists urge WHO to acknowledge virus can spread in air

Trampolines, hot tubs and fitness equipment in high demand during pandemic

Trampolines, hot tubs and fitness equipment in high demand during pandemic

Spray Lake Sawmills 2021 forest management plan draft seeks public engagement

Spray Lake Sawmills 2021 forest management plan draft seeks public engagement

“I think we have to find the right balance of ensuring we can allow our forest industry to grow and mature, while also ensuring that our tourism industry, which is largely supported by that trail network here in Bragg Creek, is also protected."
Cochrane Ecological Institute begins construction on orphan grizzly bear cub enclosure

Cochrane Ecological Institute begins construction on orphan grizzly bear cub enclosure

“It doesn’t seem right to us that cubs are orphaned— That they should be taken completely out of the population,” Smeeton said. “The population needs them. Every bear is important.”
COVID-19 travel advisory between Saskatchewan and northern Alberta lifted

COVID-19 travel advisory between Saskatchewan and northern Alberta lifted

Presumptive COVID-19 case in Nunavut may be territory's first infection

Presumptive COVID-19 case in Nunavut may be territory's first infection

Artist and entrepreneur 'doing everything necessary for the safety' of clients and staff

Artist and entrepreneur 'doing everything necessary for the safety' of clients and staff

Bragg Creek boutique owner and glasswork instructor says pandemic hit her seasonal business hard