How Calgarians are moving around during the COVID-19 pandemic

While traffic is increasing on Calgary streets, the city's transit system faces a $105 million budget shortfall due to low ridership.
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B.C. Election: Small business owner to run for BC Libertarian Party in Penticton riding
Keith MacIntyre says he’s lived in Penticton for the past 10 years and that he’s also the president of the Okanagan School of the Arts.
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Netflix inks ‘very long-term’ deal for Vancouver production hub
"We have Lifetime and we have Hallmark and Netflix and so many big studio productions happening here, so it's a great opportunity for everyone."
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Hundreds gathered at Halifax Waterfront to stand in solidarity with Mi’kmaq fishers
In 1999 the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed a treaty right to hunt, fish and gather in pursuit of a moderate living, also known as Marshalls decision.
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6 Saskatchewan NDP, 6 Sask Party candidates have a criminal record
Nearly 10 per cent of NDP candidates have a criminal record. The same can be said for Sask. Party candidates.
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Dan Levy and his fans are taking Indigenous studies
Within two weeks of Levy announcing he was going back to school, 64,000 people had signed up for the online course he was taking, “Indigenous Canada” — more than had completed the free program over its three-year history.
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Uptown Saint John closed to traffic in final Open Streets day for pedestrians
The city launched this initiative in July as part of the city’s social and economic recovery from COVID-19 shutdowns.
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6 new coronavirus cases, 11 new recoveries in London-Middlesex
In terms of age, four of Saturday's new COVID-19 cases from London and Middlesex are people 19 or under, one is in their 50s and one is in their 80s.
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65 COVID-19 cases in Manitoba Saturday, 56 in Winnipeg
Manitoba public health officials reported 65 new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, the majority of which occurred in the Winnipeg health region.
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Toronto FC starts strange new chapter in East Hartford with game against Columbus
Forced to finish out the MLS season south of the border because of COVID-19 travel restrictions, Toronto “hosts” league-leading Columbus Crew SC in the first of six scheduled regular-season games at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field.
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Coronavirus: Latest developments in the Greater Toronto Area on Sept. 26
Here are the latest developments on the coronavirus pandemic in the Greater Toronto Area for Sept. 26.
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Michael Jordan and Bubba Wallace have the power to drive diversity in NASCAR — if they win
The pairing of Jordan brand’s might and the skills of the only Black driver at NASCAR’s highest level — along with the experience of Denny Hamlin — has the potential to change the mostly white sport for the better, much like the Williams sisters in tennis and Tiger Woods in golf.
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City ordered to pay after Halifax Transit bus ran over passenger’s bicycle in 2019
A court adjudicator decided that when a bicycle fell off an HRM bus and was damaged beyond repair when the bus ran over it, the liability fell to the city.
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Six Instagram-friendly fall destinations in and around Montreal
There’s something special about autumn in Montreal that makes you want to get out and explore — and take photos along the way.
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More than 80 demonstrators arrested as protests in Belarus continue
Hundreds of women calling for the authoritarian president to step down protested in Belarus' capital on Saturday, continuing the large demonstrations that have rocked the country since early August.
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Police in London monitoring Western University homecoming
Western University students usually celebrate a “fake homecoming” on the last Saturday in September, a tradition that’s been discouraged this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Quebec injects $85 million into schools to fight COVID-19 pandemic
About $25 million of that amount will be used to train and hire employees to better supervise students during the pandemic.
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Quebec reports 698 new COVID-19 cases, most since May
Health authorities say 272 of the new cases — or 39 per cent — were reported in Montreal, with 106 in Quebec City and 99 in the Monteregie region.
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Victoria police seeking ‘dangerous’ high-risk sex offender
Scott Jones, 56, carries a court-designated "dangerous offender" designation.
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Maine lobster business salvaged its summer despite pandemic
The Maine lobster industry is in the midst of a multi-year boom, and fishermen have caught more than 100 million pounds for a record nine years in a row.
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This is what happens to your body over months in isolation
Being homebound for so long contorts the body, weakens the heart and lungs and even impairs brain function. This is what half a year of isolation, staying home and staying sedentary can do to your body.
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Trump approves Alberta-Alaska rail line project; line would move oil, other resources
Trump's approval is the first step in the regulatory process on the U.S. side for a line that would transport oil, grain, ore and other goods.  
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Lethbridge group sets up unsanctioned overdose prevention site in Galt Gardens
Four people used the pop up site Friday night, and there were no overdoses. The group plans to set up again Saturday night in Galt Gardens.
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Junior hockey: Vees blank Silverbacks, Warriors down Vipers
Penticton opened the BCHL’s extended preseason schedule with a convincing 7-0 win on Friday night.
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Woodstock police investigate two unrelated stabbings
Police say the two unrelated incidents were targeted, and that the suspects and victims were known to each other.
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Reality check: A look at claims by Trump, Biden ahead of the first presidential debate
As Americans absorbed news of a grand jury decision not to prosecute Kentucky police officers for killing Breonna Taylor, Trump's campaign pointed to purported economic progress for Blacks under his administration that didn't tell the full story.
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Woman to lead Rochester police after Daniel Prude’s death
Cynthia Herriott-Sullivan, who retired from the department in 2009 as a lieutenant, will become the first woman to head the police department on Oct. 14.
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SHA issues potential COVID-19 exposure alert for Yorkton gym
The Saskatchewan Health Authority issued the COVID-19 exposure alert for the Yorkton Pumphouse Pumphouse Athletic Club for Sept. 18 and 19.
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Canada's death toll could hit 16,000 by the end of the 2020, new modelling warns
Canada could see as many as 16,000 COVID-19 deaths by the end of the year if current public safety measures don’t change, according to new modelling from the United States that has provided accurate assessments of the American death toll.
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COVID-19: Quebec reports nearly 700 new cases as infections continue to surge amid second wave
Seven more deaths were also reported, which occurred between Sept. 19 and 24. This brings the total COVID-19 death toll in Quebec to 5,821.
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The oilpatch and environmentalists rarely agree on anything. The Liberals’ throne speech is an exception
On Friday, federal Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan tried to strike that balance again, announcing $320 million in federal funds to Newfoundland’s offshore oil industry, to “support jobs and ensure the sustainable, long-term, lower-emitting future” of the industry.
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Susan Delacourt: Climate change isn't at the top of Justin Trudeau's agenda. His environment minister can live with that — for now
Being an environment minister is all about choosing your battles, even in non-pandemic times, Susan Delacourt writes.
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Canada says it’s finally going to get tough on tech giants like Facebook and Google — but media observers worry it’s all talk for now
The government doubled down in the throne speech on its stance to force tech giants to share revenue with Canadian media, but the news media sector says it needs more details on when and how.
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