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Meeting the demand for masks

Meeting the demand for masks

Two Calgary businesses pivot to meet big demand for mask protection during the COVID-19 crisis
Golfers gotta golf

Golfers gotta golf

While this year's season wasn't a given, golfers around Alberta have been given the green light and are hitting the links in huge numbers.
Calgary, Brooks to learn Friday if restaurants, hair salons, can reopen

Calgary, Brooks to learn Friday if restaurants, hair salons, can reopen

Update: COVID-19 wage subsidies extended as COVID cases and deaths rise further

Update: COVID-19 wage subsidies extended as COVID cases and deaths rise further

Burgers, ice cream, doughnuts and plants: Queues forming for non-essential items

Burgers, ice cream, doughnuts and plants: Queues forming for non-essential items

Free grocery delivery service a benefit to seniors and volunteers

Free grocery delivery service a benefit to seniors and volunteers

A few volunteer grocery pickup/delivery services for seniors and the city's vulnerable populations have emerged since COVID-19.
'I feel lighter:' Some Albertans thrilled with haircuts, eating in restaurants

'I feel lighter:' Some Albertans thrilled with haircuts, eating in restaurants

Firms fall back on family to withstand pandemic pain

Firms fall back on family to withstand pandemic pain

Alberta confirms reopening begins May 14 for most of province

Alberta confirms reopening begins May 14 for most of province

Retail businesses, farmers' markets, museums and art galleries, day cares, hair salons and barbershops will be allowed to reopen. Restaurants, cafes, pubs and bars can open at 50 per cent capacity.
Businesses cautious as first phase of Alberta's relaunch approaches

Businesses cautious as first phase of Alberta's relaunch approaches

CALGARY — Albertans may be allowed to shop in a store, get a haircut or sit down for a restaurant meal as soon as Thursday.