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Chris Selley: Canada's lockdowns-forever doomsayers are actively working against the vaccine miracle

Canada Dot Com 13 May 2021
As countries and jurisdictions around the world reopen, Canadian vaccination rates continue to increase, and case numbers in those provinces that tend to drive national narratives — ...

LILLEY: Land border crossers not being tested

Toronto Sun 13 May 2021
Just 16% of all the people who have entered Canada at a land border crossing since Feb. 22 have received a COVID-19 test. The figures come from a comparison of data from the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency. We apologize, but this video has failed to load ... that is now driving the third waves in Ontario and Alberta ... .

Gaming the System

Salt Lake City Weekly 12 May 2021
click to enlarge. Gaming the System ... The man and his wife got married four times and divorced three times, claiming eight days of leave for each wedding ... Jungle Justice ... (Bonus ... • The Edmonton Fire Rescue Service in Alberta, Canada, was called out on April 20 by reports of a dog driving a car down Guardian Road, United Press International reported.

What's driving the Okanagan's runaway real estate market?

Castanet 10 May 2021
Ogmundson says it's those groups who seem to be helping to drive up prices ... Ogmundson says we are also seeing people continue to migrate from Alberta looking for employment. Several other factors are also helping to drive up prices, the most important of which are record-low interest rates ... "And, savings in 2020 were extraordinary ... ....

Covid-19 vaccines in US beckon foreigners seeking shots and shops

Live Mint 09 May 2021
for a shot in the arm. “Enjoy Dallas, Includes Covid Vaccine," said a Mexico travel agency ad ... Mr ... Mr ... Mr ... In Browning, Mont., the Blackfeet Nation recently offered hundreds of surplus vaccines to members of the Blackfoot Confederacy in Canada and residents of the town of Cardston, Alberta, at a drive-through vaccination site near the border last month.

Tourism Kamloops CEO says marketing, digital strategies will keep Kamloops 'top of mind' when travel ...

Castanet 06 May 2021
“We’re not crowded, a lot of our destination development is outdoor and wide open spaces, and we’re accessible, as far as all roads lead in and out of Kamloops, and a short drive from the Lower Mainland, Alberta, and all over the province,” she said.

Opinion | Paul Ryan, It’s Time for You to Stand Up to Fox

Politico 04 May 2021
“We have a responsibility to try and rebuild,” you told Tim Alberta in 2019, a few months after you retired ... to have the guardrails up, to drive the car down the middle of the road, and don’t let the car go off into the ditch.’" ... Alberta, “to help the institution survive.”.

Alberta Premier Kenney 'angered and saddened' by large gathering at rodeo

Canoe 03 May 2021
Alberta Premier Kenney 'angered and saddened' by large gathering at rodeo Back to video ... The Alberta legislature ... The drop-off in variant testing means Alberta will be “driving blind” when it comes to spread of the more transmissive strains, said Malgorzata Gasperowicz, a developmental biologist at the University of Calgary.

Alberta premier 'angered and saddened' by large gathering at rodeo

Toronto Sun 03 May 2021
Alberta reported another 1,731 new cases of COVID-19 provincewide on Sunday, after logging a record-high 2,433 on Saturday ... The drop-off in variant testing means Alberta will be “driving blind” when it comes to spread of the more transmissive strains, said Malgorzata Gasperowicz, a developmental biologist at the University of Calgary.
photo: AP / Al Nash/Bureau of Land Management via AP
This March 11, 2020 photo provided by the Bureau of Land Management shows the proposed route of the Keystone XL oil pipeline where it crosses into the U.S. from Canada in Phillips County, Montana. A Canadian company said Monday, April 6, 2020, that it's started construction on the long-stalled Keystone XL oil sands pipeline across the U.S.-Canada border, despite calls from tribal leaders and environmentalists to delay the $8 billion project amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Canada is battling another pipeline cancellation by US

Russia Today 03 May 2021
The pipeline was expected to transport 800,000 bpd of crude between Alberta and refineries in the US ... Three things that will drive oil prices in May. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau expressed disappointment in this decision and Alberta Premier Jason Kenney called the decision a ...

Who have provinces pegged to receive COVID-19 vaccines in the coming weeks?

North Shore News 30 Apr 2021
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin says that's if provinces follow the advice to delay second doses up to four months ... Newfoundland and Labrador ... ---. Nova Scotia ... --- ... --- ... --- ... There are drive-thru and walk-in vaccination clinics in communities across the province ... Alberta ... Alberta has said it is extending the time between the first dose and the second to four months ... .

Alberta driver caught with no insurance and only a paper licence plate

Castanet 29 Apr 2021
An Alberta driver faces some stiff fines for driving with a phoney licence plate. In a Facebook post Wednesday that's been shared and commented on thousands of times, Alberta RCMP revealed the paper licence plate that was being used by a driver nabbed last month near Leduc.

Alberta driver caught by police doing ‘doughnuts’ beside B.C. playground

North Shore News 29 Apr 2021
A man driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle from Alberta was caught doing doughnuts beside a playground on Wednesday afternoon.  ... a Camaro driving in circles right next to a playground.

Demand grows for most advanced form of life support, as Alberta battles 3rd wave of COVID-19

CBC 27 Apr 2021
Alberta's third wave of COVID-19 is driving up demand for a form of life support that is considered a last line of defence ... .

COVID-19 third wave straining Alberta's ICUs

CTV 27 Apr 2021
The pandemic's third wave is driving up the number of COVID-19 patients in Alberta's hospitals and intensive care units ... .