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Misericordia Hospital taking full facility outbreak measures

Misericordia Hospital taking full facility outbreak measures

No new patients or surgeries allowed, and isolation protocols in effect as 20 patients and 15 staff members test positive for COVID-19. Three patients linked to this outbreak have died.
Hotel Balcony Music Fest: a live in-person concert

Hotel Balcony Music Fest: a live in-person concert

St. Albert's Dan Davidson injects a round of normalcy to Alberta's summer music festival season with a Calgary concert.
Inuit performer aims to become first Indigenous woman on Maxim cover

Inuit performer aims to become first Indigenous woman on Maxim cover

The ambitious Canmore-raised actress aspires to be a positive role model to Indigenous youth.
Westlock car dealers adapt to 'challenging times'

Westlock car dealers adapt to 'challenging times'

Tough winter hit Alberta grain farmers harder than COVID-19

Tough winter hit Alberta grain farmers harder than COVID-19

Grain farmers in Alberta didn't face the same sorts of problems from COVID-19 that other agricultural producers did, and actually had an easier time getting their products to market, but they're still recovering from a bad winter.
COLUMN: There would be no going back from mandatory masks

COLUMN: There would be no going back from mandatory masks

Make masks mandatory to hide from COVID-19 and prepare to wear them for the rest of your life. How could it be otherwise? Once government dictates such a measure, it will never entirely disown it – even when this current threat passes.
City looks to the fall to reopen more facilities

City looks to the fall to reopen more facilities

The city expects to pay $2.9 million to reopen and operate Servus Place until the end of the year, recouping $1.6 million.
Three patients dead: Edmonton hospital declares full COVID-19 outbreak

Three patients dead: Edmonton hospital declares full COVID-19 outbreak

AHS says 20 patients and 15 staff have tested positive
EDITORIAL: Hat tip to our Class of 2020

EDITORIAL: Hat tip to our Class of 2020

Slow internet still plagues Riel

Slow internet still plagues Riel

Mike Howes is waiting: waiting for photos to upload and waiting for better internet to come to Riel Park. He's been waiting for years and the signs that Telus is working on installing its super-high speed PureFibre internet cables throughout the city don't give him much relief.
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