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How a small Halifax church and an immigrant community lifted each other

A small church in Halifax has discovered that catering to the refugee and immigrant community has given it vitality and purpose.

Men's curling worlds playoffs resume after COVID-19 scare

The men's world curling championship playoffs resumed Sunday in Calgary after a suspension of games due to COVID-19.

Hundreds rally outside Alberta church closed by health officials

Hundreds of people demonstrated Sunday morning outside the shuttered GraceLife Church west of Edmonton.

11-year-old boy dead after ski accident on Mount Seymour

The boy collided with a tree, according to the ski resort.

Sask. artist's 365 daily pandemic art pieces help her live in the moment

Marsha Schuld started drawing to deal with the anxiety and uncertainty of a global pandemic 

Searching for food in the wild: Foraging takes off as popular pastime on P.E.I.

More Islanders are foraging for their own food than ever before, local naturalists say.

When exercise was taking over my life, this is how I forged a new perspective

A couple of months into the pandemic, high school student Jacqueline Chen writes that she started experiencing frequent panic attacks. 'I had a sudden urge to exercise and to do it right there and then.

How parts of Canada are going about vaccinating teachers against COVID-19

As provinces and territories move into the next phase of their COVID-19 vaccination campaigns, educators and school staff are starting to join the priority groups eligible for shots. Here's a look at some of the different rollout strategies being deployed across Canada.

Why don't we live together? Alternative housing in a hot real estate market

Many people are priced out of Canada's urban housing markets. Others are disenchanted with the four walls of the single family home. From a San Francisco commune network, to co-living communities in Berlin, advocates say there are benefits to sharing domestic space.

RCMP investigate child's death at motel in Duncan, B.C.

Police on Vancouver Island and the BC Coroners Service are investigating the death of a six-year-old child at a motel in Duncan Friday night. 

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