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Alberta to charge visitors to popular Kananaskis Country after record 5.4M visits last year

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Visitors to a popular mountain area west of Calgary will have to buy a Kananaskis Conservation Pass starting June 1 at a cost of $15 per vehicle per day, or $90 per year.

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Visitors to a popular mountain area west of Calgary will have to buy a Kananaskis Conservation Pass starting June 1 at a cost of $15 per vehicle per day, or $90 per year.
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‘It doesn’t seem real’: COVID-19 patient reunited with family after spending 120 days in hospital

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An Ontario man has been reunited with his wife and family after spending 120 days in the hospital following a battle with COVID-19.

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An Ontario man has been reunited with his wife and family after spending 120 days in the hospital following a battle with COVID-19.
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How to overcome needle phobia when getting a COVID-19 vaccine

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While many people happily pose for their COVID-19 vaccine selfies, sitting down for the shot may cause deep anxiety for those suffering from needle phobias. CTVNews.ca speaks with experts about how they can face their fears when getting the jab.

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While many people happily pose for their COVID-19 vaccine selfies, sitting down for the shot may cause deep anxiety for those suffering from needle phobias. CTVNews.ca speaks with experts about how they can face their fears when getting the jab.
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‘A hug can have such a positive impact’: Ont. family working to bring Hug Glove to isolated Canadians

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An Ontario family that created a Hug Glove so they could hug their grandma amid the COVID-19 pandemic have partnered with a Canadian manufacturer to bring the product to others in need of an embrace.

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An Ontario family that created a Hug Glove so they could hug their grandma amid the COVID-19 pandemic have partnered with a Canadian manufacturer to bring the product to others in need of an embrace.
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