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. […]
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. […]
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.
Alberta reported another 70 cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total provincial cases to date to 5963. Of that number, 3552 (59.5%) Albertans have recovered, and 112 (1.8%) have died, six of those deaths in the last 24 hours. […]
The Government of Alberta says a $4.5-million investment in new virus detecting equipment and technology will help strengthen Alberta’s COVID-19 response by increasing testing capacity from 7,000 to 16,000 tests per day. […]