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The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 7

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 7

Feds to partly cover 'top ups' for front-line workers on minimum wage

Feds to partly cover 'top ups' for front-line workers on minimum wage

Canadians trust doctors, scientists and government more since pandemic began

Canadians trust doctors, scientists and government more since pandemic began

Internet goes wild over Canmore photographer's elk photo

Internet goes wild over Canmore photographer's elk photo

“As I got up and looked out my window, it was like a scene in a cartoon where time stops and both characters just stand completely still, looking at one another."
Province announces three-stage relaunch for Alberta's economy

Province announces three-stage relaunch for Alberta's economy

“We are enthusiastic about the concept of being able to get back to work sooner than we maybe potentially thought,” said Cochrane and District Chamber of Commerce president Kelly Sinclair. “It is a glimmer of hope although I will take it with the same couched enthusiasm that the premier expressed.”
Mask hygiene: Experts say cloth masks need to be sanitized after each use

Mask hygiene: Experts say cloth masks need to be sanitized after each use

"Treat it as though it's carrying virus particles," says an expert in molecular biology.
Canada to do millionth COVID-19 test but numbers still falling short

Canada to do millionth COVID-19 test but numbers still falling short

Update: RCMP involved in shooting south of Edmonton, witness saw injured officer

Update: RCMP involved in shooting south of Edmonton, witness saw injured officer

Cargill employee's father dies; moment of silence at plant for worker who died

Cargill employee's father dies; moment of silence at plant for worker who died

Innisfail firefighters make dramatic rescue of imprisoned cat

Innisfail firefighters make dramatic rescue of imprisoned cat

Lobo the pussycat trapped in forgotten well for up to two weeks