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Cannabis shops facing unique situation during COVID-19

Cannabis shops facing unique situation during COVID-19

Cannabis in Alberta has seen significant growth since the pandemic first hit in March 2020. Sales of the drug skyrocketed from $33 million in February 2020 to $51 million just six months later in July.
'We watched as the world changed overnight'

'We watched as the world changed overnight'

DynaLIFE CEO Jason Pincock shares the immense challenges of COVID-19
Online fraud targeting young Albertans, report

Online fraud targeting young Albertans, report

“Neither day trading or foreign exchange are that simple, they're complicated, and they do take experience and they do take training.”
Robots take over local dairy farm

Robots take over local dairy farm

Westlock County’s Tuxedo Farms has the newest facility in the province
Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Supporting small business with defiance in Innisfail

Innisfail barbershop continues its battle against provincial COVID restriction
Couple's dream restaurant opening after months of delays

Couple's dream restaurant opening after months of delays

"At one point I did get a little distressed, but I came out of it very quickly because we had already taken the plunge and there’s only one way out now— We have to see it through to completion.”
Okotoks pizza joint crafting artisan support

Okotoks pizza joint crafting artisan support

Red Rock Pizza using closed dine-in space for local crafters to sell
Dedicated Okotoks manager recognized by McDonald’s

Dedicated Okotoks manager recognized by McDonald’s

“And also lots of my coworkers, they’re looking up to me, working with me and they also feel really good that even though we work in any part of the country McDonald’s recognizes people, they see it, all the hard work and effort we put in.”
Home designer comes home

Home designer comes home

Michelle Wiese opens Design Hall in Westlock
Funding falls short for Okotoks small business

Funding falls short for Okotoks small business

Susan Kleinsasser said provincial funding leaves out mom-and-pop-type businesses that are struggling during the pandemic
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