ROGERS THAT: Rogers Place in Edmonton has had a big year, even after the shutdown. (Courtesy Oilers Entertainment Group) Country ahead of the U.S. on path back to live events The coronavirus pandemic continues to roil the United States, but its northern neighbor has fared better: As of Aug. 17, Canada had reported only 122,000 cases, compared with the United States’ total of well over 5.4 million. TOP STOPS: CANADA Canada’s border remains closed to Americans until at least Sept. 21, but with death totals in the single digits nearly every day in late July and early August, Canada has begun its reopening. In August, movie theaters even began welcoming customers once again — at half capacity — giving North American box offices their first good news in months. Like the United States, Canada has a long road ahead before crowds fill stands at stadiums, arenas, theaters and clubs once again.… Continue Reading Canada First?

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