Balls of fire: A look at Alberta’s meteor events in 2020

Globally, there have been over 25,000 reports of meteor events this year, according the American Meteor Society. Alberta’s contribution is roughly 60 meteor events. Related News:Dozens of Hong Kong pro-democracy figures arrested: reportsB.C. gives NHL green light for in-province games during 2021 season Silly Market plans a return to Park City after last season’s cancellationSummit County […]

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‘Massive undertaking’: Roadmap of Canada’s coronavirus vaccine roll-out

From manufacturing in Switzerland to storage and distribution in Canada, we take a look at the complex supply chain of highly anticipated COVID-19 vaccines. Related News:‘A significant cautionary tale’: experts weigh-in on U.S. Capitol riotThe Latest: Pfizer temporarily reduces vaccines to Europe’Worrying’ number of tourists from outside B.C. prompts Whistler doctor to call for travel […]

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Canada could get multiple coronavirus vaccines. Experts say there are unique challenges

‘The biggest conversation now should be around planning,’ said one expert. Related News:Coronavirus: Okanagan MLA Ben Stewart critical of B.C.’s vaccine rolloutWeekly COVID update: Cases down in UtahCoronavirus updates: Members of Congress exposed to virus during riot lockdown; Chicago schools reopen;…AFLW reshuffles early rounds of 2021 season amid border restrictionsPark City councilor, expressing optimism for […]

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Obesity may up risks of COVID-19 complications, but doctors still searching for why

“It’s like pouring gasoline on a smoldering fire,” said one expert. Related News:Covid-19: Priti Patel defends police lockdown finesRomain Grosjean reveals injured hands after F1 Bahrain infernoChina reports 33 new COVID-19 casesWatch out LA: Feds calculate riskiest, safest places in USSan Diego State vs. Utah State: Prediction, pick, odds, point spread, line, basketball game, live […]

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Potential COVID-19 vaccine still not in Canada, three months after approval for trials

As some countries proceed to human trials in the race for a COVID-19 vaccine, Canada lags behind with many questions left unanswered by federal officials. Related News:Governors scramble to speed vaccine effort after slow startThe Latest: After delays, Brazil approves two virus vaccinesCoronavirus: Okanagan MLA Ben Stewart critical of B.C.’s vaccine rolloutCovid: Infections levelling off […]

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B.C. man completes 266-day solo sail around the world by chart and sextant

Call it the ultimate act of social distancing. Related News:Coronavirus: British tourist blamed for Lauberhorn ski race cancellationMinnow flies on plans to drill near OZ Minerals’ CarrapateenaWoman fatally shot storming U.S. Capitol had tweeted ‘nothing will stop us’Retailsphere Platform Helps Commercial Landlords Navigate Pandemic VacanciesAP Top Stories January 9 PWorld’s oldest known cave painting found […]

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