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Saskatchewan court weighs what to do with different Humboldt Broncos lawsuits

North Shore News 06 Mar 2021
At the core of Friday's hearing was a proposed class action and whether a lawsuit brought by five other parents shortly after the crash should wait until the courts decide if the class can go ahead ... There's no guarantee the class-action will be certified, Kevin Mellor said, and it could be appealed, prolonging the process by several years.
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Bowness High School shifts to online learning Monday after COVID-19 outbreak

CBC 06 Mar 2021
A COVID-19 outbreak at Bowness High School in northwest Calgary is causing all grades to transition to online classes starting Monday ... .
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Court to hear arguments on delay in Broncos lawsuit for proposed class action

North Shore News 05 Mar 2021
Lawyers for a proposed class action hoping to be certified after a hearing in April 2022 are asking Court of Queen's Bench to delay a suit filed shortly after the crash ... It names as defendants the Saskatchewan government, the truck driver and the Calgary-based company that employed him ... — With files from Bill Graveland in Calgary.
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Court hearing arguments on delay in Broncos lawsuit for proposed class-action

North Shore News 05 Mar 2021
A lawyer asking for approval of the class-action lawsuit says the representatives for nine surviving Broncos players are OK with not bringing their cases forward until after the April 2022 certification hearing ... It names as defendants the Saskatchewan government, the truck driver and the Calgary-based company that employed him.
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Saskatchewan court weighs what to do with 11 different Humboldt Broncos lawsuits

North Shore News 05 Mar 2021
A lawyer asking for approval of a class-action lawsuit said the representatives for nine surviving Broncos players were OK with not bringing their cases forward until after the April 2022 certification hearing ... It names as defendants the Saskatchewan government, the truck driver and the Calgary-based company that employed him.
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Canada's speedskaters energized by unexpected results ahead of world championship

TSN Canada 10 Feb 2021
They've been without ice at their national training base, Calgary's Olympic Oval, since September because of a mechanical failure ... "While they've had some really awesome experiences skating outside, there is nothing that can replace being on fast ice, world-class ice, which we had in Calgary and we will have again.".
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Calgary catholic school moves all students to online learning after 2 cases of COVID-19

CTV 06 Feb 2021
A Calgary Catholic school has moved all of its classes online after two COVID-19 cases were confirmed among the school population ... .
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Alberta variant cases now at 68; province says strict testing and tracking in place

North Shore News 05 Feb 2021
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, the chief medical officer of health, said two of the new cases have potentially exposed two Calgary zone schools. Earlier possible exposures were reported in two other Calgary schools, but Hinshaw said so far there has been no spread detected in any of those classes despite enhanced testing ... The province reported 6,588 active cases.
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Calgary Grade 12 students 'disappointed' grad cancelled, hope for modified celebration

CBC 04 Feb 2021
The class of 2021 will not be getting the well-deserved hurrah after 12 years of education. Both the CBE and Calgary Catholic school board have decided to cancel grad ceremonies and parties because of COVID-19 ... .
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Scarborough wrestler facing a battle off the mat in his fight to compete for Canada at the Olympics

Canoe 30 Jan 2021
However, Wrestling Canada allowed Balfour to take part in a wrestle-off in February 2020 in Calgary against his rival in the 74 kilogram class — Jasmit Phulka of the Burnaby Mountain Wrestling Club — in order to determine which wrestler would compete for Canada at the Pan American Olympic Qualification tournament in March, 2020 in Ottawa.
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Scarborough wrestler facing a battle off the mat in his fight to compete for Canada ...

Toronto Sun 29 Jan 2021
However, Wrestling Canada allowed Balfour to take part in a wrestle-off in February 2020 in Calgary against his rival in the 74 kilogram class — Jasmit Phulka of the Burnaby Mountain Wrestling Club — in order to determine which wrestler would compete for Canada at the Pan American Olympic Qualification tournament in March, 2020 in Ottawa.
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The Jim Henson Company Officially Begins Production of New Fraggle Rock Series in Calgary, Alberta

Finger Lakes Times 25 Jan 2021
and CALGARY, AB, Jan ... We were delighted to discover the Calgary Film Centre, a first-class facility that could accommodate our timing. And when we learned of Alberta's fantastic rebate structure, Calgary became the obvious choice ... "It's great news for Calgary and Alberta," said Mayor Nenshi.
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Free yoga classes offered to young people fighting cancer from the University of Calgary

CTV 21 Jan 2021
Free online yoga classes are being offered by the University of Calgary to those who have or are recovering from cancer between the ages of 18 to 39 ... .
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JETS SNAPSHOTS: Veteran Lewis set to pull on new jersey with Jets after 12 years ...

Toronto Sun 14 Jan 2021
We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Try refreshing your browser, or ... “This is the first time I’ve played for a new team and a new organization in quite some time,” Lewis said Thursday after the Jets held their game-day skate in preparation for the season opener against the Calgary Flames. “It’s definitely a first-class organization ... .
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