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Church bells bring inspiration, hope to Banff residents

Church bells bring inspiration, hope to Banff residents

“I rang the bells after last week’s church service and and a few people said: ‘I really need that.’ I am trying to keep my hopes up and I would like to give people a happy moment in their day.”
UPDATED: The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

UPDATED: The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada

Canadian scientists fight coronavirus pandemic on dozens of fronts

Canadian scientists fight coronavirus pandemic on dozens of fronts

"Many are redirecting their efforts to the virus. There are many things that need to be worked on."
Grocers offer $2/hour raise to workers during COVID-19 pandemic

Grocers offer $2/hour raise to workers during COVID-19 pandemic

Metro and Loblaw are raising wages for grocery store and distribution centre workers by $2 per hour during the COVID-19 pandemic. Metro and the union that represents Loblaw workers say the wage boost is retroactive to March 8.
NY airports, hospitals feel pressure as virus alarms grow

NY airports, hospitals feel pressure as virus alarms grow

Bushe Store a place of calm amid the storm of COVID-19

Bushe Store a place of calm amid the storm of COVID-19

In an area where many people struggle with poverty and isolation at the best of times, Chalifoux said staff at The Bushe Store know how important it is for them to be there, ready to serve, in times of crisis.
First weekend of California stay-at-home order hits millions

First weekend of California stay-at-home order hits millions

Fines coming for Albertans who don't follow COVID-19 safety steps

Fines coming for Albertans who don't follow COVID-19 safety steps

31 new cases of COVID-19 in Alberta brings total to 226
B.C. confirms 74 new COVID-19 cases, provincial total now at 424

B.C. confirms 74 new COVID-19 cases, provincial total now at 424

Seniors home starts letter-writing campaign

Seniors home starts letter-writing campaign

With nearly 130 senior residents in lockdown at the Citadel Care Centre, the facility's management is hoping to get members of the public to boost their morale with a letter-writing campaign.
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