A new Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) report indicates 51 per cent of Canadian businesses expect to rely on an increase in digital communication in the next year, a continuation of the communications shift necessitated by COVID-19. […]
With an estimated one in seven Canadian businesses at risk of closing permanently, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says its membership is looking for recovery support in Wednesday’s Speech from the Throne. […]
Face coverings will be mandatory in public places in Morinville when the number of active cases of COVID-19 in the community rises to 10 (and more than 50 cases per 100,000) if a proposed bylaw discussed by Town Council at its September 15 Committee of the Whole meeting becomes law.
The Government of Alberta is callings its re-entry plan for the upcoming school year comprehensive and one it says allows schools and parents to prepare for learning while putting student and staff safety first. […]
Introduced in March by the province as a way to aid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government announced Monday that new billing codes for telephone and video call virtual visits would become permanent effective immediately. […]
The Alberta Government says it is distributing 20 million non-medical face masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Approximately 600 A&W, McDonald’s and Tim Hortons drive-thrus will provide Albertans with four non-medical masks. The masks are free and no purchase is necessary. […]
The Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB) says the lifting of provincial restrictions is seeing 50 per cent more small businesses now fully open with Alberta, Manitoba and New Brunswick leading the way. […]
In the past 24 hours, Alberta conducted 4072 COVID-19 tests. Of that number, the province added 62 cases, bringing the total provincial cases to date to 6407. To date, 5076 (79.2%) Albertans have recovered. There are currently 1211 active cases province-wide.