Tags : travel

Flair Airlines coming to Lethbridge

Residents looking to head south to Arizona for some sun during the winter months will soon be able to depart from the Lethbridge Airport and fly directly, non-stop thanks to a new partnership between Flair Air and the City of Tucson. As Angela Stewart explains, the Lethbridge Airport is one of many different Canadian cities […]Read More

Calgary woman says federal travel mandates should be dropped

A Calgary woman is speaking out against Ottawa’s travel mandates after her father experienced major car troubles while driving across the country to attend his mother’s funeral. During her father’s 36- hour long drive to Ontario, Zoe VanSickle says his vehicle suffered car troubles, forcing him to wait hours for a tow in the freezing […]Read More

Border travel restrictions to be eased February 28

Beginning Monday, more travelers will be able to take to the sky as more restrictions have been eased by the Canadian government. Ottawa has adjusted its travel health notice from a level three to a level two. That means Canadians are no longer required to avoid non-essential travel. As Micah Quinn explains, the folks at […]Read More

Coutts border blockade affects village and country

For more than two weeks access to the Coutts border crossing had been blocked as protesters wanted to send a simple message to politicians, drop the COVID-19 mandates. As Angela Stewart explains, the blockade not only affected those who live in the Village of Coutts but also had a big impact on our country economically.Read More

Medicine Hat barber giving back to truckers

A Medicine Hat barber is giving the gift of fresh buzz cuts to the truckers in Ottawa. Calvin Isaac Maltin, Owner of Isaac Barbershop, will be heading to our nation’s capital where he plans to give haircuts to anyone in the Freedom Convoy who needs or wants one. Maltin says he supports what the truckers […]Read More