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Pet dog in Canmore refuses to leave dying elk's side

Pet dog in Canmore refuses to leave dying elk's side

“I could not coax Angus to leave him at all; he just wouldn’t go. Marvin was breathing very, very shallowly at that point so he probably died sometime during the next two hours.”
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau launches podcast series about mental health well-being

Sophie Gregoire Trudeau launches podcast series about mental health well-being

The 45-minute-long program is on all major podcast platforms
Father and son beat the boredom with online cooking show

Father and son beat the boredom with online cooking show

Black Diamond's Andrew and Liam Dunning are spicing up social distancing with Credit Cooking after temporarily shutting down their family business.
'Numb and very lost': Meat plant reopens as memorial held for Cargill worker

'Numb and very lost': Meat plant reopens as memorial held for Cargill worker

Trudeau says legislation on municipal handgun bans coming

Trudeau says legislation on municipal handgun bans coming

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 3

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 3

A rapid test developed for COVID-19 has experienced a setback
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Statistics Canada will release the findings of its labour force survey for April on Friday.
Officials say efforts by Canadians to flatten the curve of COVID-19 are working

Officials say efforts by Canadians to flatten the curve of COVID-19 are working

"While we can continue to be cautiously optimistic, it is important that everyone remains aware of our duty to protect one another, especially those who are most vulnerable, as we navigate the next few weeks," Dr. Theresa Tam
Don't touch baby bunnies, says WILDNorth

Don't touch baby bunnies, says WILDNorth

They're not orphans
The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 2

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on May 2

New Brunswick says all people in the province who were with sick with COVID-19 have recovered as of today.