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Medicine Hat business fights back against the COVID lockdown

“Don’t close your doors and give up on your dreams,” said Jayson Borthwick.

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Alberta small businesses across the province continue to defy the government's tightened restrictions openly. For many, it's do-or-die. Jayson Borthwick, of Medicine Hat's J Rocks Bar and Grill, said he's been open for six weeks and doesn't know if he can fully reopen after the recent public measures begin to relax. "I put everything I've had into this place, and I've got $10,000 in groc

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GraceLife Church holds second underground Sunday service

This Sunday, the protesters were back – and so was the RCMP.

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For the second Sunday in a row, Pastor James Coates has led his GraceLife Church in Sunday services at a secret location. Coates was jailed for more than a month in mid-February because he was defying provincial COVID-19 lockdown orders by holding services at a capacity not authorized by the government. After being released from jail, the church continued to see large services, leading

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O’Toole says his carbon tax is ‘not a tax’, denies breaking promise

And he said he didn’t break his promise to kill the hated Justin Trudeau carbon tax because with his tax, the money doesn’t go to the government.

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Federal Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole says his proposed new carbon tax is "not a tax", and that he didn't break his promise to kill the Justin Trudeau carbon tax because his carbon tax's revenues will be managed by bankers appointed by him, and not be held in government accounts. “Well I've always been consistent on wanting to eliminate Mr. Trudeau’s carbon tax, and that's what we're go

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Feds say costly Super Bowl ads needed to make Canadians aware of COVID

Authorities earlier credited millions in advertising, not blanket news coverage, for alerting Canadians to the risks of COVID-19.

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The feds paid almost $182,000 for COVID-19 safety ads aired during the Super Bowl, says Blacklock's Reporter. That works out to $1,347 per second of taxpayers' money for 135 seconds of Feb. 7 ad time. The total cost was $181,879. An estimated 8.8 million people in Canada watched a portion of the game. Authorities earlier credited millions in advertising, not blanket news coverage, for a

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