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'Won't be gathering for Thanksgiving:' Trudeau says COVID-19 2nd wave underway

'Won't be gathering for Thanksgiving:' Trudeau says COVID-19 2nd wave underway

TORONTO — A dramatic tripling of daily new cases of COVID-19 in the past month, mostly among young people, has prompted the prime minister to declare the arrival of the second wave of the pandemic and that Canadians likely won't be able to gather for
Liberal effort to reset policy agenda panned by rivals as too much talk, not action

Liberal effort to reset policy agenda panned by rivals as too much talk, not action

OTTAWA — The minority Liberal government unveiled sweeping goals Wednesday to expand or extend supports for Canadians from nearly every sector of society in a throne speech billed as their “ambitious plan for an unprecedented reality.
Local artist creates Gord Downie portrait out of pennies

Local artist creates Gord Downie portrait out of pennies

An Airdrie artist’s portrait of Canadian singer Gord Downie started out as a labour of fandom but has drawn attention from across the country and around the world.
Morinville says no to mandatory masks

Morinville says no to mandatory masks

Province, not town, should order it, say councillors
St. Albert RCMP recover stolen vehicle

St. Albert RCMP recover stolen vehicle

Morinville man charged
WestJet to offer free 'COVID-19 travel insurance' to Mexico, the Caribbean and European destinations

WestJet to offer free 'COVID-19 travel insurance' to Mexico, the Caribbean and European destinations

Coverage will be automatically applied at no additional charge to eligible guests at the time of purchase for travel until Aug. 31, 2021 for up to 21 days.
Aurora reports $3.3 billion loss for full year, $1.86 billion for Q4

Aurora reports $3.3 billion loss for full year, $1.86 billion for Q4

Chief financial officer Glen Ibbott blamed much of the company's troubles on consumer cannabis net revenue falling nine per cent
High school art relaunches online

High school art relaunches online

Re/LAUNCH/ing is a new online forum for high school art. Look for highlights on the last Thursday of every month on the Gazette's website.
St. Albert RCMP looking for London Drugs shoplifter

St. Albert RCMP looking for London Drugs shoplifter

The masked suspect stole a Marshall Kilburn II speaker set valued at $300.
LETTER: Farmers' market should be moved back to its old location

LETTER: Farmers' market should be moved back to its old location

"The downtown location‘s river, trails and businesses gives visitors and market-goers more incentive to attend the farmers' market."
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