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Distinguished Parks Canada rescue dog Cazz passes away

Distinguished Parks Canada rescue dog Cazz passes away

“There were lots of tears and he’ll be missed."
Parks Canada destroys second wolf for public safety reasons

Parks Canada destroys second wolf for public safety reasons

Both animals appeared to be highly food-conditioned
Updated: Federal wage subsidy to be extended to December, Trudeau says

Updated: Federal wage subsidy to be extended to December, Trudeau says

Calgary hiker killed on Mount Yamnuska Saturday

Calgary hiker killed on Mount Yamnuska Saturday

Reaction from community fuels business owners' desire to help

Reaction from community fuels business owners' desire to help

Two Cochrane companies will continue doing grocery deliveries for as long as necessary
Bob Clark remembered for longtime community service

Bob Clark remembered for longtime community service

Former education, youth minister, ethic commissioner dies at 83
60-minute COVID test gets Health Canada approval

60-minute COVID test gets Health Canada approval

A mobile app pairs with the device to run and analyze each test
Presumptive Nunavut COVID case turns out negative after further testing

Presumptive Nunavut COVID case turns out negative after further testing

IQALUIT, Nunavut — Tests for what would have been Nunavut's first case of COVID-19 have come back negative. The territory's chief public health officer, Dr. Michael Patterson, is confirming the result this morning.
Chiniki band attempts to evict Stoney Nakoda Elder during pandemic

Chiniki band attempts to evict Stoney Nakoda Elder during pandemic

"I don't know why they want this house – what is it made of gold?"
Update: Vehicle crashes into school in St. Paul during police chase

Update: Vehicle crashes into school in St. Paul during police chase

No injuries sustained but incident brings back memories of horrific 2012 crash at the school