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Walking a mile in a ribbon skirt

Walking a mile in a ribbon skirt

The Lakeland Walk a Mile in a Ribbon Skirt was held in Cold Lake over the weekend
Calgary hospital restricts visitors, postpones surgeries as COVID-19 infections grow

Calgary hospital restricts visitors, postpones surgeries as COVID-19 infections grow

Visitors to the hospital are now only allowed in end-of-life situations or if they have been pre-approved as essential.
Liberals seek to fast track new COVID-19 aid bill after CERB expires

Liberals seek to fast track new COVID-19 aid bill after CERB expires

Government House leader Pablo Rodriguez proposed Monday to limit debate on the legislation, which sets up three new benefits to help workers
Caregiving can last for decades, new research shows

Caregiving can last for decades, new research shows

Understanding different lifetime patterns of caregiving can inform supportive policies to help people cope, say U of A researchers.
Bighorn seeks emergency evacuation procedure

Bighorn seeks emergency evacuation procedure

"Fire in the wrong place, on the wrong day, is going to be very seriously complicated."
Gap in early death rates between rich and poor growing: research

Gap in early death rates between rich and poor growing: research

Poor Canadians stand a greater chance of dying early than the well off and that gap has been growing for decades, says a detailed new analysis.
<updated>More than fashion:</updated> For Indigenous people, growing out their hair is about reclaiming their culture

More than fashion: For Indigenous people, growing out their hair is about reclaiming their culture

For conquering Europeans, subjugating Indigenous people meant destroying their culture; cutting off their hair was part of stripping that culture away
Veterans Affairs could clear application backlog in a year if it hired hundreds: PBO

Veterans Affairs could clear application backlog in a year if it hired hundreds: PBO

OTTAWA — The parliamentary budget office says Veterans Affairs Canada can clear its backlog of disability benefit applications in a year if it hires nearly 400 more people.

Edmonton's K.B. (The Bengal) Bhullar to make UFC debut on Fight Island in October

Unbeaten Edmonton middleweight K.B. (The Bengal) Bhullar has signed with the UFC and will make his debut with the promotion Oct. 10 against England's Tom Breese. The fight is on a televised card in Abu Dhabi.
Bubble won't be back for full 2020-21 NHL season

Bubble won't be back for full 2020-21 NHL season

EDMONTON — The 64 days spent in the NHL playoff bubble feel like six months to Barclay Goodrow. “It’s tough,” the Tampa Bay Lightning forward said. “It’s been a grind.” It's a grind he and players won't do again next season.