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Europe relaxes virus restrictions but cases flare elsewhere

Europe relaxes virus restrictions but cases flare elsewhere

Burgers, ice cream, doughnuts and plants: Queues forming for non-essential items

Burgers, ice cream, doughnuts and plants: Queues forming for non-essential items

Some national parks will reopen at the beginning of June

Some national parks will reopen at the beginning of June

"We know that you cannot prevent Canadians from going outside when the weather is nice, you just have to help them do it safely," said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Town of Banff encourages visitors to stay away until June

Town of Banff encourages visitors to stay away until June

“Calgarians will be the first people we will be able to welcome back. Our message will soon change from ‘stay home and stay safe’ to ‘help keep Banff safe.’ ”
Not a sprint star: Research says T. rex was built for distance, not speed

Not a sprint star: Research says T. rex was built for distance, not speed

To clean cash, use a little soap and water; skip the bleach

To clean cash, use a little soap and water; skip the bleach

As new clusters emerge, WHO warns virus may be here to stay

As new clusters emerge, WHO warns virus may be here to stay

Dr. Michael Ryan says "virus may become just another endemic virus in our communities,” noting that other previously novel diseases like HIV have never disappeared, but that effective treatments have been developed.
Canada wants to extend U.S. travel ban

Canada wants to extend U.S. travel ban

'Way too early' to begin reopening, Sundre doctor says

'Way too early' to begin reopening, Sundre doctor says

Dr. Rob Warren concerned about second wave
Parks Canada puts down sick elk and deer in Banff

Parks Canada puts down sick elk and deer in Banff

“We’re going to do full necropsies on these animals that we’ve euthanized to make sure it’s not some disease issue … but right now, we assume it’s starvation."