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Here's how Moose Jaw will welcome the Snowbirds home

REGINA -- The Snowbirds team is scheduled to return to their home base at 15 Wing Moose Jaw on Monday afternoon, and the city is rallying together to create visual displays of support following the death of Cpt.
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Environmental advocates concerned by Alberta's new rules for coal mining

TORONTO -- Upcoming changes to Alberta's coal regulations are expected to create hundreds of jobs in the province, but environmental advocates worry that the work will come at the expense of the ecosystem alongside the Rocky Mountains.
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Mourning family of Cargill COVID-19 death feel left behind by company

Two weeks ago, the union that represents the workers at the Cargill slaughterhouse near High River, Alta., announced that a third death had been linked to the facility: a 51-year-old union shop steward named Benito Quesada.
At the time, that outbreak represented the site of the largest coronavirus outbreak tied to a single location in Canada.
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COVID-19 cases in Alberta remain low, 42 more cases reported Sunday

EDMONTON -- Alberta reported 42 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, and no new deaths. The total number of active cases in the province is now 801.
The case break down across the province is as follows:
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Quebec numbers drop with 44 more people having died due to COVID-19

MONTREAL -- The number of new reported deaths due to COVID-19 in Quebec dropped to their lowest in a week Sunday.
Quebec health authorities announced that 44 more people have died due to COVID-19, and the number of confirmed cases rose by 573.
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The union backing Canada's public employees is launching a nationwide effort to transform long-term care into a publicly funded, universal health care system in the midst of a pandemic it says has exacerbated problems in facilities across the country and led to the deaths of thousands of residents.
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Nova Scotia reports 1 new COVID-19 case; 973 people recovered

HALIFAX -- Nova Scotia announced one new case of COVID-19 on Sunday.
The QEII Health Sciences Centre's microbiology lab completed 494 tests on Saturday.
To date, Nova Scotia has 38,055 negative test results.
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TORONTO -- A 99-year-old Ontario veteran of the Second World War is vowing to walk 100 kilometres by his 100th birthday to raise money for medical research to help stop COVID-19.
“I love walking. It adds to your vigour, physical stamina,” George Markow told CTV News Toronto Sunday.
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Airlines searching for ways to get Canadians travelling again

TORONTO -- As lockdown restrictions are slowly lifted around the world, the travel industry is looking at ways to get Canadians back on board.
While airlines, hotels and cruise ships are eager to open their doors, experts say convincing Canadians to travel again will be a tough sell.
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TORONTO -- An infectious disease specialist says scenes of people overcrowding a Toronto park on Saturday was an “expression of disrespect” to health-care workers and could spark a surge in new COVID-19 cases.
Speaking to CTV News Channel on Sunday, Dr.
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400 people to be laid off at Boeing in Winnipeg in coming weeks

Boeing will lay off around 400 employees in Winnipeg over the next few weeks because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a spokesperson for the aerospace company says.
Employees at the company were told about the cuts on Friday, spokesperson Jessica Kowal said in a statement emailed to CBC News.
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WHITEHORSE -- The Yukon Party has a new leader after a week of online and phone voting by members.
Thirty-four-year-old Currie Dixon defeated two contenders for the top job and says his aim is to serve all Yukoners well.
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First Nations health authorities tell Commons committee they need more PPE

OTTAWA -- Indigenous health authorities that service Western Canadian First Nations say they are experiencing problems accessing enough medical and protective equipment needed to protect their citizens from COVID-19.
Senior representatives from regional First Nations health authorities in Saskatchewan and British Columbia told a Commons committee Friday they need more personal protective equipment.
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