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Backwoods is baking tasty treats once again

Backwoods is baking tasty treats once again

"Support of our community has been great and truly appreciated," says Sundre cafe owner
Cleaning agent gives Innisfail craft brewery edge over COVID, owners say

Cleaning agent gives Innisfail craft brewery edge over COVID, owners say

Bacoban, a water-based disinfectant from Germany, was sprayed throughout Dark Woods Brewing and Coffee Roasting
Pandemic brings bus tour industry to a standstill

Pandemic brings bus tour industry to a standstill

Operators hope to be on the road again as Alberta allows more businesses to reopen
Aurora Cannabis to lay off staff, close five sites, take impairment charges

Aurora Cannabis to lay off staff, close five sites, take impairment charges

Aurora Mountain in Mountain View County is one of the facilities that will cease some operations
Precautions help new business as it steers through pandemic

Precautions help new business as it steers through pandemic

Aubin’s Auto Aid opened in Olds in October 2019
'Strong community' supportive of small businesses

'Strong community' supportive of small businesses

Shannon Dyck, owner of Shannon Designs Embroidery & Promotions, "proud to be a part of Cochrane."
Canmore restaurant owners feeling upbeat

Canmore restaurant owners feeling upbeat

First day of reopening "was very emotional. It was like a new beginning," said Sylvie Gregoire, co-owner of Chez Francois.
Okotoks businesses excited to reopen doors, services

Okotoks businesses excited to reopen doors, services

Okotoks Cinemas and Cactus Club Salon and Spa are able to reopen as part of Stage 2 of the Province's relaunch strategy, which comes into effect June 12. Both businesses will take an extra week to implement new procedures around health and safety and will open June 19.
G3 Fitness ready for Stage 2 of relaunch

G3 Fitness ready for Stage 2 of relaunch

Opening in the midst of a pandemic

Opening in the midst of a pandemic

Vinter’s Cellar in Okotoks had to make some adjustments once COVID-19 shut the province down