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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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Red River Ex hopeful for late-August return, CEO says
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The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in the cancellation of many high-profile local events — the Winnipeg Folk Festival, Jazz Winnipeg, and countless ...

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COVID-19: Haida Gwaii asking visitors to stay away until at least July 1
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The Council of the Haida Nation is asking British Columbian visitors to stay away from the region until at least July 1. In a video posted on the ...

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Surrey city council approves road through Bear Creek Park
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The City of Surrey has given the green light for a new roadway to be built through Bear Creek Park. City council voted 5 to 4 along party lines to ...

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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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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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COVID-19: Stage 1 of Alberta reopening begins June 1, with Stage 2 aimed for June 10
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Stage 1 of Alberta’s reopening plan starts June 1. The day can’t come soon enough for Urban Athlete co-owner, Kohl Kehler. The Calgary gym will hold ...

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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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COVID-19: Squamish truckers turn out to honour couple who died hours apart
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Gleaming, honking and rumbling, they rolled through Squamish on Saturday — nearly 80 trucks forming a procession for a well-known local couple who ...

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Columbia Icefield tour bus company relaunches with seatbelts nearly a year after fatal Alberta crash
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Pursuit, the company behind the fatal bus rollover in Alberta’s Rocky Mountains last year, has resumed operations and installed seatbelts in its ...

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Delivering COVID-19 vaccines in family practices is key to reaching hesitant patients: Calgary doctor
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Another 60 physician clinics will soon begin vaccinating patients in Alberta. As a high school teacher, Heidi White figured her chances of getting ...

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‘Tip of the iceberg.’ Experts say more burial sites, like at B.C. residential school, could be found
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At least 4,100 children have died while attending residential schools in Canada. And in the wake of the horrific news from Kamloops, B.C. — where ...

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