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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is reminding Canadians that they can anonymously report suspicious activity at Canada’s borders.

In a tweet on March 30, the government agency urged anyone with relevant details to get in touch, promising that all calls are anonymous and "any information provided is confidential."

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The pandemic is likely taking a toll on all of us, so a spa might be the best place to go to ease your mind and feel relaxed for the first time in over a year.

The Lake Austin Spa Resort in Austin, Texas, which was ranked the #1 destination spa in North America by Condé Nast Traveler in 2019, offers plenty of relaxing activities so you can enjoy a stress-free getaway.

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On Monday, March 8, health officials announced the province will move into "full Step 2" of the Alberta reopening plan after we entered a partial Step 2 a week ago. 

Last week, Premier Jason Kenney eased restrictions on indoor fitness and libraries while saying that the rest of Step 2 would be pushed back a little bit. 

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On Monday, March 1, Premier Jason Kenney announced that the province would be moving into Stage 2 of the COVID-19 reopening plan effective immediately. With that, gyms are open in Alberta again, but there are a whole bunch of new rules. 

Kenney noted which restrictions will be eased, including only indoor fitness and libraries at this time. Other things such as retail, hotels, community halls and conference centers have been pushed back until further notice. 

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On Monday, March 1, Premier Jason Kenney announced that the province will be moving into Step 2 of the Alberta reopening plan. 

During the announcement, Kenney said that Step 2 will begin effective today. 

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