Pandemic inspires renaissance for drive-in cinemas

For Dixie Thomas and her granddaughter Torrie Kuiper, it's an annual tradition to grab their dogs and hit the road to visit the Twilite Drive-In Theatre in Wolseley, Sask., for opening night.

"The only thing I was upset about, with the pandemic, was that I wouldn't be able to come to the drive-in," declared Thomas.

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