COVID-19: Major grocery store chain in B.C. limiting capacity to 50%
The company says to help limit the spread of COVID-19, ‘we will operate our stores at a maximum 50 per cent occupancy until further notice.’
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Allison Hanes: As Omicron rages, we Quebecers are on our own
Ruptures in public services seem like a betrayal of sacrifices we've made. It feels like the government is abandoning us at the worst time.
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Healthy children who are a close COVID contact do not need to stay home from daycare: B.C. health
Henry said public health has been working with early childhood educators and childcare workers over the last few weeks and said now is a time of "transition."
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Calgarians donate computers to support struggling families impacted by flood
Donations are coming in from Calgarians after the YES Centre lost 135 computers for students in a recent flood.
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Edmonton Elks sign former Arizona QB Khalil Tate
Quarterback Khalil Tate, who threw for over 6,000 yards during four seasons at Arizona, was among four players signed by the Edmonton Elks on Tuesday.
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Omicron COVID-19 variant is infectious for up to 10 days, Tam says
The Public Health Agency of Canada recommends people infected with COVID-19 isolate for at least 10 days after they test positive or symptoms begin, whichever came first.
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University of Lethbridge students seek refunds, petition to move entire semester online
'Doing half of the semester online, and then going to an in-person delivery (is) confusing... It's hard for a lot of students' living situations.'
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B.C. has now recorded more than 300,000 COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations jump again
The latest COVID-19 numbers come as the B.C. government announced a gradual reopening for gyms and fitness centres on Jan. 20 as long as there are pandemic safety plans in place.
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Rundown house near Cambie Corridor listed for $11 million
"For anyone in the real estate industry, it's not surprising," said Jacky Chan, president of BakerWest Real Estate, which markets pre-construction property developments.
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B.C. school staff vaccine status needed so districts can decide on mandates, says top doctor
Dr. Bonnie Henry reassured members of the public and unions on Tuesday that it is legal to require vaccine status information from school staff.
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Just announced: Slipknot Knotfest Roadshow at Rogers Arena on April 17
Masked metal merchants hit the road with special guests.
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Kevin J. Johnston released on bail, placed under house arrest following border crossing
After being arrested by U.S. border patrol and returned to Calgary, Kevin J. Johnston was released on bail and placed under house arrest.
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B.C. company fined $75,000 for importing fins of protected sharks
Hang Hing Herbal Medicine Ltd. was fined $75,000 for importing an endangered species without a permit
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Firefighters raise awareness of cancer risks
According to the International Association of Fire Fighters, 52 full-time Alberta firefighters have died from recognized occupational cancers in the last decade.
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Kent Hughes wades into Canadiens fishbowl
Longtime player agent is going to go from many fans saying "who's he?" to becoming one of the most familiar faces in La Belle Province.
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First Nation sues Royal B.C. Museum over failure to return treasured totem pole
A First Nation on B.C.'s central coast is suing the Royal B.C. Museum over the failure to return a treasured totem pole.
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72-year-old man dead after snowmobile crash in RM of Springfield
A 72-year-old man is dead after a snowmobile crash in the RM of Springfield Monday afternoon.
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A Paxlovid primer: What to know about the new oral antiviral treatment for COVID-19
B.C. is expected to receive a first shipment of 4,000 treatment courses of Paxlovid. Here's what you need to know about the drug.
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Just announced: Slipknot Knotfest Roadshow
Masked metal merchants hit the road with special guests.
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SAQ and SQDC now require vaccine passport — but will it change anything?
The measure is designed to encourage Quebecers to get their first shot, Health Minister Christian Dubé says.
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Remote First Nations schools await PPE, in-class safety measures promised by Ontario government
As students in Ontario resume in-class learning this week, many northern First Nation schools remain closed because of a lack of COVID-19 safety supplies in high-risk communities.
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Pointe-Claire, Que., treehouse’s future up in the air
A treehouse in Pointe-Claire has become a lightening rod of controversy involving the builder, city officials and Hydro-Québec.
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Film: Six finalists for long-running Crazy8s program announced
“There were many themes of overcoming personal obstacles, which is natural during a pandemic, but we are always surprised by the ability of filmmakers to then translate these personal emotions into universal stories by telling them through the many genres that film enables.”
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Canada’s top doctor says COVID-19 will likely become endemic
Dr. Theresa Tam said Wednesday that the Omicron wave is pushing the pandemic towards an endemic state — meaning COVID-19 would continue infecting people without disappearing.
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Heather Scoffield: It’s time for business and government to get together on climate change
Ottawa seems inclined to work with the private sector to tackle climate change, but it hasn’t quite articulated how that will work, Heather Scoffield writes.
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Alberta to make 4th doses of COVID-19 vaccine available to immunocompromised adults
Adult Albertans that are immunocompromised will soon be able to get their fourth dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Rudy Giuliani among Trump allies hit with subpoenas over U.S. Capitol riot
The House of Representatives committee demanded the pro-Trump lawyers hand over documents and sit for depositions on Feb. 8.
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B.C. judge declines to order COVID travel restrictions in family law case
Despite the spike in COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant, a judge has declined to place travel restrictions in a family law case.
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Here's why 5G is so concerning for U.S. airlines, and what Canada has done to fix it
The emergence of 5G technology has been concerning for U.S. airlines, but Canada has already taken steps to address the safety risks, including buffer zones around Canadian airports and positional shifts to antennas.
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Failing publicly is Joe Biden’s best plan for his voting rights bill
Starting debate on a bill that his Democrats can’t possibly pass in the Senate is an election strategy rather than an attempt at governing, Edward Keenan writes.
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