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Easing of restrictions on U.S. travellers ‘wonderful news’ for Alberta but recovery may take time: travel exec

An executive in Alberta’s tourism sector says while the travel industry may yet take some time to recover, he is excited about restrictions...

Concerns rise over easing protocols amid Delta variant surge

As parts of Canada further ease pandemic measures, the highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant continues to spread in greater numbers. As Sarah Komadina...

Supreme Court On Kerala Easing Covid Curbs For Bakrid

<!-- -->The Supreme Court cited its Kanwar Yatra order to cite the fundamental righ to life.Kerala's move to "give in to pressure groups"...

Lumber prices slowly easing after price spike during COVID-19, but Ontario companies face challenges

If you looked to undertake a home renovation project at some point during the COVID-19 pandemic, chances are you have noticed soaring prices...

Sask. seniors, families hoping for brighter future with COVID-19 restrictions easing

Seniors in long-term and personal care homes are among the cohort that has been the most isolated during the global pandemic. It’s a situation...

South Korea plans easing of restrictions in Seoul

SEOUL: South Korea says it plans to allow social gatherings of up to six people and allow restaurants and cafes to operate until...
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New COVID-19 concerns after pair of B.C. school outbreaks, rising child case numbers

Safety in B.C.’s classrooms is back in the spotlight after two COVID-19 outbreaks were declared in Lower Mainland schools this week. Chilliwack’s Promontory Elementary...

Michael Kovrig, Michael Spavor arrive in Canada after almost 3 years in Chinese prison

It’s been almost three years since Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor have touched Canadian soil, but that all changed early Saturday morning....