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How accessible is Lethbridge for people with disabilities?
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May 30 to June 5 marks National AccessAbility Week, which acknowledges and celebrates contributions made by Canadians with disabilities, the removal ...

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Temporary homeless shelter model up for debate as program gets extended London, Ont.
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The WISH coalition is looking to keep its pop-up shelter in place as the City extends its end date and proposes alternative locations to tacking ...

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Companies under pressure to comply with Ontario’s new website accessibility standards
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TORONTO — Time is running out for Ontario companies to show their websites comply with new standards making them more accessible for people with ...

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More than 100 Kingston businesses to receive $1.1 million for COVID-19 recovery
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The City of Kingston and the Kingston Economic Development Corporation have teamed up to give more than $1 million to local businesses that have ...

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Can governments mandate COVID-19 vaccines for long-term care staff? Experts weigh in
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As the mass vaccination effort against COVID-19 continues across Canada, Ontario became the first province to make receiving the shot mandatory for ...

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B.C. legislature apologizes for removing memorial honouring Kamloops school children
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By Staff The Canadian Press Posted June 1, 2021 5:13 ...

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Deaths of children found buried by B.C. residential school mourned at Maskwacis vigil
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Dozens of First Nations members south of Edmonton came together Monday night to pay their respects to the 215 children whose remains were discovered ...

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Survivor wants southern Alberta residential school sites searched for human remains
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Mike Bruised Head says he isn’t surprised by the discovery of a mass grave at the site of a former Kamloops residential school. Read more: ...

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LPAT gives final approval for Crown condo to replace Kingston’s old Capitol theatre
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The proposed “Crown condo” building, formerly known as the Capitol condo project, in downtown Kingston has cleared its final hurdle. On Monday, the ...

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Restaurants try to stay afloat as COVID-19 restrictions ease in Saskatchewan
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The COVID-19 pandemic has had an effect on everyday life. That is particularly true for the foodservice industry, which has been hit hard throughout ...

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Outdoor sports return to action in Step 1 of Saskatchewan’s reopening roadmap
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Across Saskatchewan, athletes and coaches are rejoicing as outdoor sports can resume play as of May 30. “It’s great news, I can’t wait,” Saskatoon ...

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Flags on federal buildings to be lowered in honour of B.C. residential school victims
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Warning: Some of the details in this story may be disturbing to some readers. Discretion is advised.  The flags on all federal buildings and the ...

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