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Canada to receive 2.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week

Canada to receive 2.4 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine this week

The federal government says more than 60 per cent of Canadians have received at least one dose, and the number fully immunized with two shots is rising.
Pet store owners challenge health professionals on vaccine effects

Pet store owners challenge health professionals on vaccine effects

Lac La Biche pet store with mask-exempt staff say 'shed' from vaccines is a concern
Cochrane Ecological Institute welcomes orphaned bear cub

Cochrane Ecological Institute welcomes orphaned bear cub

“If an orphaned cub doesn’t have their mom to suck on all winter when they get up in the spring, they’re really skinny. The big old bears have woken up too and they’re really hungry.”
Disc golf officially approved for Innisfail

Disc golf officially approved for Innisfail

Centennial Park is venue for popular new game
Glendon woman charged with 32 counts of arson

Glendon woman charged with 32 counts of arson

Audrey Elaine Dunham, 54 of Glendon, has been charged in connection to multiple wildfires in the Bonnyville and Lac La Biche areas.
Authorities continue search for teen who fell into the Beaver River

Authorities continue search for teen who fell into the Beaver River

Authorities continue to search for 17-year-old Aaron Thir who fell into the Beaver River late Saturday morning.
Air Canada says senior executives to voluntarily return 2020 bonuses

Air Canada says senior executives to voluntarily return 2020 bonuses

The statement does not include middle managers, whose bonuses made up more than $8 million of the $10-million bonus program, among those who are volunteering their bonuses. 
Job seekers with disabilities hopeful new government program will open doors

Job seekers with disabilities hopeful new government program will open doors

Employers can apply for a grant that will cover 37.5 per cent of a new hire's salary up to $37,500 if that employee lives with a disability.
Beheaded statue of Egerton Ryerson, toppled Sunday in Toronto, won't be replaced

Beheaded statue of Egerton Ryerson, toppled Sunday in Toronto, won't be replaced

Ryerson is credited as one of the architects of Canada's residential school system.
Tories foil bid to cut short debate on bill to regulate online streaming services

Tories foil bid to cut short debate on bill to regulate online streaming services

The bill would bring global online streaming giants, such as Netflix, Disney Plus and Amazon Prime, under the auspices of the Broadcasting Act, requiring them to promote Canadian content and to financially support Canadian cultural industries, just as traditional broadcasters are required to do.