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City-owned golf courses set to open May 14
City-owned golf courses will open to the public on May 14, Mayor Naheed Nenshi announced during Tuesday's COVID-19 update, however that date is dependent on the city being able to supply employees with personal protective equipment.
Online bookings are set to begin at noon on May 11.
New rules will be in place, meaning pro shops will remain closed. Power carts and pull carts will be available, however power carts can only be shared by people who live in the same household.
Why Alberta's cities should prepare for a fight in 2021
In November, Kerry Diotte, the Conservative member of Parliament for Edmonton-Griesbach and a former Edmonton city councillor, sat on a three-person panel in Red Deer tasked with offering fellow conservatives strategies to win municipal elections in 2021.
"We should get in front of this," Diotte said. "City councils and school boards are a breeding ground for socialists who will later cause us a lot of trouble."
The Red Deer panel was organized by the Calgary-based Manning Centre. Since 2013, the group has spent money to help conservatives win municipal elections while it has shouted about big city "waste."
Albuquerque to send unarmed social workers, not police officers, to some 911 calls
Hours before Albuquerque police detained alleged members of an armed civilian group when a protest erupted in gunfire Monday, the mayor of New Mexico's largest city announced that unarmed social workers – not officers – would now respond to certain 911 calls.
The decision came as Black Lives Matter advocates to defund police departments in the wake of the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died in police custody after Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes on May 25.
Democrats cheering 'Black Lives Matter' protests now say Trump rallies pose coronavirus risk
Top Democrats who cheered on "Black Lives Matter" crowds across the U.S. are now criticizing President Trump for planning to restart his campaign rallies, saying the events -- which are scheduled to kick off in Tulsa, Okla. -- could help spread the coronavirus.
The apparent hypocrisy comes just weeks after big-city Democrats who once insisted on strict coronavirus lockdown measures had relented in the wake of George Floyd's in-custody death, and encouraged anti-police demonstrations.
Over 1,000 health experts sign letter supporting anti-Black racism protests despite COVID-19 risks
"White supremacy is a lethal public health issue that predates and contributes to COVID-19. Black people are twice as likely to be killed by police compared to white people, but the effects of racism are far more pervasive," the letter said
Derek Sloan is a Member of Parliament for Hastings-Lennox & Addington in eastern Ontario.
He is a lawyer, husband to Jennifer, and father of Fiona (6), Callum (4), and Nora (3).
He was involved in the first Trinity Western University case in BC in 2015.
He attended law school at Queen's University after owning and operating several small businesses in the Oshawa area.
Derek is a Conservative without apology. He knows that the damage to free speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of conscience happening in Canada cannot be understated. It’s time for everyone concerned about these issues to stand up and support a candidate who will not just pay lip service but get in the line of fire to defend these freedoms.