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Airdrie group sews bags for nurses

Airdrie group sews bags for nurses

Volunteers are making bags for nurses' scrubs in an effort to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and keep their families safe
Look left, turn right.. jump! Islands offer remote tourism

Look left, turn right.. jump! Islands offer remote tourism

Tours will run until at least April 25
'Can we hook him up?' Turkey on the loose in Calgary wandering in search of mate

'Can we hook him up?' Turkey on the loose in Calgary wandering in search of mate

RV owners helping essential workers self-isolate, protect their family members

RV owners helping essential workers self-isolate, protect their family members

Veteran's garden walk raises $16M for U.K. health service

Veteran's garden walk raises $16M for U.K. health service

Ontario food rescue offering grants for food security to small cities across Canada

Ontario food rescue offering grants for food security to small cities across Canada

Second Harvest is offering $4.5 million in grants for food-focused organizations of all sizes needing a hand during the coronavirus struggle
Okotoks honouring frontline workers with virtual celebration

Okotoks honouring frontline workers with virtual celebration

Ignite the Light event encourages residents to make noise and shine lights in their front yards on April 17 at 7 p.m. in recognition of healthcare and frontline workers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Jensen Lakes neighbours organize community 'pub crawl' for twins' 18th birthday

Jensen Lakes neighbours organize community 'pub crawl' for twins' 18th birthday

Residents pull together a birthday for Mikayla and Hunter Vanderkracht they will never forget
The Dr. Henry: Vancouver designer John Fluevog creates shoe to honour B.C.'s top doctor

The Dr. Henry: Vancouver designer John Fluevog creates shoe to honour B.C.'s top doctor

The kicker: 100 per cent of the pre-sales will go to Food Banks B.C.
Stranger sees woman on verge of tears, steps up to pay grocery tab

Stranger sees woman on verge of tears, steps up to pay grocery tab

'There are still some really good people out in the world, even during these times,' said local woman after generous good deed at Walmart