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Air traffic controller Nav Canada closing in Halifax after COVID-induced downturn – Halifax

Annual inflation rate virtually flat in July at 0.1% - National

By The Staff The Canadian Press Posted September 25, 2020 7:03 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Air traffic control company Nav Canada is closing its Halifax operations as the COVID-19 pandemic continues …

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Stella’s closing restaurant at Winnipeg airport citing drop in customers due to coronavirus – Winnipeg

Stella’s closing restaurant at Winnipeg airport citing drop in customers due to coronavirus - Winnipeg

Stella’s is shutting down it’s restaurant at Winnipeg’s James Richardson International Airport. In a release Friday the locally-owned restaurant chain said a drop in customers as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic led to the decision to close up shop. Read more: Winnipeg airport projects $45-million deficit this …

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India surpasses 5 million coronavirus cases, closing in on U.S. record total – National

India surpasses 5 million coronavirus cases, closing in on U.S. record total - National

India’s coronavirus confirmed cases crossed 5 million on Wednesday, still soaring and testing the country’s feeble health care system in tens of thousands of impoverished towns and villages. The Health Ministry reported 90,123 new cases in the past 24 hours, raising the nation’s confirmed total to 5,020,359, about 0.35% …

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Alberta Birds of Prey Centre reflects on 2020 season ahead of closing – Lethbridge

Alberta Birds of Prey Centre reflects on 2020 season ahead of closing - Lethbridge

The Alberta Birds of Prey Centre will be closing its doors to walk-in visitors after Labour Day until it reopens in 2021. The centre is a non-profit foundation in Coaldale that has been in operation for nearly 40 years, rehabilitating thousands of injured birds and offering interactive learning experiences …

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Coronavirus: Trudeau defends announcing $37B CERB replacement after closing Parliament

Coronavirus: Trudeau defends announcing $37B CERB replacement after closing Parliament

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending his choice to shut down Parliament shortly before unveiling a $37-billion plan to replace a key emergency aid benefit. Ottawa announced new measures Thursday to support Canadians who have lost income or employment due to the COVID-19 pandemic — or need to stay off …

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Closing universities amid coronavirus outbreak ‘could cost lives,’ Trump says – National

Closing universities amid coronavirus outbreak ‘could cost lives,’ Trump says - National

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday blasted universities that have cancelled in-person classes amid coronavirus outbreaks, saying the move could ultimately cost lives rather than saving them. Raising the issue at a White House press briefing, Trump said the virus is akin to the seasonal flu for college students and …

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S&P 500 briefly reclaims record closing level reached in February – National

S&P 500 briefly reclaims record closing level reached in February - National

NEW YORK — Stocks are drifting on Wall Street Tuesday, and the S&P 500 is once again bouncing against its record closing level, which has been acting as its ceiling in recent days. The S&P 500 was virtually flat at 3,382.24 in midday trading. Earlier, it briefly rose above its …

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Saskatoon travel accessory shop closing its doors after 4 decades in business

Saskatoon travel accessory shop closing its doors after 4 decades in business

The Awl Shoppe is closing its doors for good at the end of August due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Located in the City Park neighbourhood on 2nd Avenue, it’s one of a handful of shop locations to open over the years in Saskatoon and Regina. It has been around since …

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Coronavirus: B.C. premier not sorry for closing Haida Gwaii weeks after reopening it

Coronavirus: B.C. premier not sorry for closing Haida Gwaii weeks after reopening it

B.C. Premier John Horgan says he is not going to apologize for allowing tourism operators on Haida Gwaii to reopen under Phase 3 of the pandemic recovery plan, only to close them again after an outbreak of COVID-19. The province lifted a ban on non-essential travel within B.C. on June …

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Coronavirus: Amusement centre industry requests government aid; many at risk of closing – Montreal

Coronavirus: Amusement centre industry requests government aid; many at risk of closing - Montreal

In the summer months, amusements centres, indoor playgrounds and other “funtainment” centres are filled with children, families and day camps — but not this summer. Amusement centres say since they reopened after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, business is down 80-90 per cent over the last year. Now, they’re calling on …

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