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Canadian households have $6B worth of dead cellphones lying around

Canadian households have $6B worth of dead cellphones lying around

According to a new MCE Systems survey, Canadians have roughly 60 million idle phones lying around the house.
'Now 15 per cent is rude:' Tipping fatigue hits customers as requests rise

'Now 15 per cent is rude:' Tipping fatigue hits customers as requests rise

Tipping fatigue is hitting consumers as requests for gratuities increase and spread to new businesses amid the rise of automated payment machines and preset tip suggestions. 
Alberta destination is one of Canada's top 5 epic hidden gems

Alberta destination is one of Canada's top 5 epic hidden gems

Fresh Tracks Canada has put together some bucket list experiences without ever leaving the country.
Security high in London as world leaders begin arriving for Queen's funeral

Security high in London as world leaders begin arriving for Queen's funeral

The outpouring of public mourning and affection for Queen Elizabeth II is taking place against the backdrop of an "unprecedented" security operation.
Central Alberta town asked to double emergency shelter land

Central Alberta town asked to double emergency shelter land

Mountain View Emergency Shelter Society's Kirsten's Place to be built in Olds is named after murdered Bowden woman.
Jason Kenney joins massive queue to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth

Jason Kenney joins massive queue to pay respects to Queen Elizabeth

Alberta Premier says he paid for the trip to London himself, but is in the English capital to pay respects to the late monarch on behalf of Alberta.
Pedestrian zone in Banff proves to be a 'polarizing question'

Pedestrian zone in Banff proves to be a 'polarizing question'

Tourism industry has voiced strong support for continuing the pedestrian zone, although there are concerns about traffic being diverted through residential neighbourhoods.
RCMP lay charges against three men related to Coutts border protest last winter

RCMP lay charges against three men related to Coutts border protest last winter

Three more men, including a councillor in Fort Macleod, charged for being key participants in blockade that paralyzed Alberta border crossing.
Massive online groups have formed to share horror stories about Canadian airlines

Massive online groups have formed to share horror stories about Canadian airlines

In July, Canadian airlines and airports claimed top spots in flight delays over the long weekend, notching more than nearly any other around the world.
Deaths are declining, but the pandemic isn't over yet, experts warn

Deaths are declining, but the pandemic isn't over yet, experts warn

While the head of the World Health Organization says the end of the COVID-19 pandemic is "in sight," some Canadian experts warn it would be premature to declare the global health crisis over.