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San Francisco Bay Area counties issue shelter-in-place order

San Francisco Bay Area counties issue shelter-in-place order

COVID-19 cases rise to 74 in Alberta

COVID-19 cases rise to 74 in Alberta

"This is what our new normal looks like," said Dr. Deena Hinshaw
Health officials explain why not everyone can get swabbed for COVID-19 right now

Health officials explain why not everyone can get swabbed for COVID-19 right now

Alberta provincial courts limiting operations

Alberta provincial courts limiting operations

The courts will no longer allow any members of the public in the courtrooms unless they are required for the matter before the court, including media and witnesses. Legal counsel is allowed to access the courthouse for urgent court-related business.
Former Aurora Cannabis CEO Terry Booth sells 12.2M shares in company

Former Aurora Cannabis CEO Terry Booth sells 12.2M shares in company

EDMONTON — Aurora Cannabis Inc. says founder and former chief executive Terry Booth has sold nearly 12.2 million shares in the company into the open market.
Kevin Koe curling team parts company with second Colton Flasch

Kevin Koe curling team parts company with second Colton Flasch

Canada closing borders to non-residents

Canada closing borders to non-residents

On Monday morning, Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau announced to the country they will be denying entry to people who are not permanent residents or Canadian citizens. Airlines will receive the formal order to ban all travellers presenting symptoms from getting on an airplane.
Border agency adds screening questions after complaints about airport disarray

Border agency adds screening questions after complaints about airport disarray

OTTAWA — The Canada Border Services Agency announced new screening questions for travellers arriving Monday following a weekend of disarray at points of entry into the country, especially airports.
Coronavirus vaccine test opens as U.S. volunteer gets 1st shot

Coronavirus vaccine test opens as U.S. volunteer gets 1st shot

SEATTLE — U.S. researchers gave the first shot to the first person in a test of an experimental coronavirus vaccine Monday -- leading off a worldwide hunt for protection even as the pandemic surges.
The secret to a great Irish Coffee isn't what you'd expect

The secret to a great Irish Coffee isn't what you'd expect