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Authentic western frontier town in central Alberta for sale

Em-Te Town

Roughly two hours southwest of Edmonton near Alder Flats you’ll find a slice of the wild west. Walking the streets of Em-Te Town is like going back in time. The authentic western frontier village was built in 1980 by a man named Leonard Mohr. He lived there until he …

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Coronavirus: Canada marks over 19,000 COVID-19 deaths – National

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Novel coronavirus-related deaths in Canada have now surpassed 19,000. The grim milestone was reached after provincial health authorities reported an increase of 120 COVID-19 fatalities Sunday. Another 4,852 cases of COVID-19 were reported as well, bringing Canada’s total caseload to 747,383. Over 663,700 patients have since recovered from the …

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Deadly Dan Sauces heating up amid pandemic

Deadly Dan Sauces heating up amid pandemic

Dan Belhumeur’s photography career was put on hold nearly a year ago. When pandemic restrictions came into effect, the photographer found himself laid off, without a job. “I’ve been in the photography industry for 20 years,” he said. “I just looked hard in the mirror and said, you know …

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Saskatoon city council to look at helping curling clubs – Saskatoon

Saskatoon city council to look at helping curling clubs - Saskatoon

Saskatoon’s city council could examine how the city can help local curling clubs during the coronavirus pandemic. A motion, proposed by Ward 4 councillor Troy Davies, charges the city’s administration with meeting with “Saskatoon curling organizations to discuss potential policy options to ensure the long term financial and operating …

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‘I don’t even know if we’d stay open’: Moncton’s burger festival helping restaurants survive COVID-19 – New Brunswick

‘I don’t even know if we’d stay open’: Moncton’s burger festival helping restaurants survive COVID-19 - New Brunswick

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions forcing dining rooms to close in the area, Moncton’s annual burger festival is continuing in its fourth year. “It’s hundreds of burgers, every single day,” says Jennifer Somers, the general manager of Cheers Beverage Room. “Day in and day out, it’s awesome.” News …

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Police say COVID-19 positive woman ticketed for disobeying public health order

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The Regina Police Service (RPS) says a 31-year-old woman has been issued a ticket for disobeying Saskatchewan’s Public Health Act. A complaint of a woman who was COVID-19 positive and not following a self-isolation order was reported at around 11:15 a.m. on Saturday, according to a press release. Read …

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Canada’s vaccine delays to dominate agenda as Parliament set to resume Monday – National

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OTTAWA — Members of Parliament return to the House of Commons on Monday following a month-long break that was anything but restful to again face the ramification of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the threat of a possible election. One of the first orders of business will be …

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Ontario teen who died of coronavirus worked for cleaning service at Delaware, Ont., LTC home: union

Ontario teen who died of coronavirus worked for cleaning service at Delaware, Ont., LTC home: union

The teenager who passed away due to the coronavirus in London and Middlesex worked with a cleaning service at a long-term care home, Global News has learned. Unifor Local 302 said in a statement that Yassin Dabeh was working with a cleaning service that was brought into Middlesex Terrace, …

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Saskatchewan’s total coronavirus infections pass 22K, 3 new deaths

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Three more people who tested positive for COVID-19 have died, bringing Saskatchewan’s total up to 253. One of the recently deceased was reported in their 60s from the far north east zone. The two others were in Regina and reported to be in their 60s and the 80-plus age group, according …

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Nova Scotia reports 1 new COVID-19 case on Sunday – Halifax

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Nova Scotia reported one new case of the coronavirus on Sunday. The province says the new case is a Dalhousie University student living off-campus and the case is under investigation. There are 19 active cases in the province. “A low number of cases is encouraging, but we are seeing …

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