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Banff townsite may ban visitors if warnings to stay away are ignored

Banff townsite may ban visitors if warnings to stay away are ignored

“Obviously, many, many of our regional friends understand the severity of this virus and chose to stay away. We want to thank those in the region who are the doing the right thing – and that’s easily the vast majority of day-trippers.”
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
Vancouver Aquarium may be forced to permanently close

Vancouver Aquarium may be forced to permanently close

"This is an unprecedented time and the Vancouver Aquarium is in real peril."
Relaxing Canada-U.S. border restrictions still a long way off: Trudeau

Relaxing Canada-U.S. border restrictions still a long way off: Trudeau

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on April 16

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on April 16

Ottawa expanding loan program for small businesses hit by COVID-19

Ottawa expanding loan program for small businesses hit by COVID-19

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.
Cause for cautious optimism in Canada's COVID-19 fight, top doctor says

Cause for cautious optimism in Canada's COVID-19 fight, top doctor says

Nineteen-year-old diagnosed with COVID-19 spent "scariest night of my life being in ICU"

Nineteen-year-old diagnosed with COVID-19 spent "scariest night of my life being in ICU"

Matt Greenshields has a clean bill of health from Alberta Health and is resting at home
Canada has enough food but COVID-19 will still cause challenges, says Agriculture Minister

Canada has enough food but COVID-19 will still cause challenges, says Agriculture Minister