Alberta added another 28 COVID-19 cases on Thursday, bringing the provincial total to 1451. Recoveries in Alberta stand at 592, an increase of 73 since Wednesday. There were another three deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 32. Both the number of recovered and the number of deaths are included in the 1451 cases to date. […]
Small businesses can seek free advice, coaching, and information on COVID-19 resources and supports through Business Link, who the government of Alberta says will serve as a one-stop-shop to help small businesses learn about and connect to available COVID-19 supports based on their unique business needs. […]
Shortly after Premier Jason Kenney announced increasing capital spending to $1.9 billion to speed up the province’s capital plan to put Albertan’s back to work, Official Opposition Leader Rachel Notley put forward the NDP suggestion for helping Alberta’s small businesses… […]
In the interest of public safety, St. Albert RCMP are issuing the following information and warning in regard to the release of Donald George Dupuis on April 9, 2020, upon completion of his sentence, having served 12 months for Sexual Interference of a Child. […]
The Alberta government says it is using almost $2 billion from the 2020 Capital Plan to resurface roads, repair bridges, restore schools and fill potholes in a move to get thousands of Albertans back to work. […]
The Fort Saskatchewan RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Zelma Chester (89yrs old). Chester who suffers from health issues was last seen at her residence in Lamont, Alta in the afternoon of April 7th, 2020. It is believed Chester departed her residence with her vehicle, however, her destination is unknown. […]
A week after Greater St. Albert Catholic Schools announced that its Superintendent David Keohane would be retiring at the end of the school year, Alberta College of School Superintendents has announced he will be their executive director, effective the same time.
Alberta Health’s modelling projections show total cases of COVID-19 range from 800,000 to one million infections, from mild and undiagnosed to detected, confirmed and treated, under two provincial scenarios. […]
A couple of years ago, Morinville resident Riley Quinn, well-known in the community as a musician, decided to shift gears and take a shot at becoming a full-time writer. Putting other projects in his life on hold, he put his full attention into writing, and last spring released his first novel, The Lost Boys. His second book, The Cove, will be published Apr. 24.