Thursday, September 23, 2021

Alberta’s COVID-19 Might Be Moved To Hospitals In Ontario As The Province Fights To...

Hospitals in Alberta have been urged to find non-ICU beds that can be used to care for those who are critically sick with the Coronavirus. As a last resort, Dr....

Rubber Duck River Race Started In Alberta, Concludes In Russian Shore

In 2019, Vladimir Matusevitch was holidaying in the Rybachy Peninsula’s Arctic shores, north Russia. Caught among the beach rocks, was a rubber duck on whose body the figures 1417 were...

Alberta’s Amazon Warehouse Teamsters To Hold Unionization Vote

Warehouse workers in Alberta may just be the first lot working for Amazon in Canada to hold a unionization vote. Local Union 362 stated last Tuesday it has file notice...

More Albertans In The ICU With Coronavirus Than Before, Situation Likely To Worsen

The 4th wave of COVID-19 is straining Alberta’s health system, and the situation is likely to get out of hand in the weeks ahead if the 200 persons in...

Woman Aged 21 Dead, Man Charged With Impaired Driving Leading To Death South Of...

A woman aged 21, is dead, while a man has been charged with impaired driving after his car hit a traffic sign pole, south of Edmonton, Saturday morning. Police responded...

Alberta Hospitals To Shift Patients Elsewhere To Make Room For Others With COVID-19

Alberta says it will shift patients elsewhere from acute care beds to create room for other patients with COVID-19, Tyler Shandro, health minister, says. Those who are taken out of...

Alberta Records 4903 Infections In The Past Four Days, 17 Fatalities

Alberta’s COVID-19 situation continues to worsen as it fights the 4th wave, and now officials say they have recorded another 4903 infections, and 17 fatalities over a period of...

New Hue North Of Sask Caused By Dam Release, Algae And Drought

North Saskatchewan River has picked up an unusual aquamarine hue, a change from its previous chocolate milk shade. The change has revealed darting fish, hidden sandbars, and even submerged carts....

Saskatchewan Resident, 84, Dead After Plane Crash North Of Alberta

A resident of Saskatchewan, aged 84, died after a plane he was flying went down north of Alberta early this week, Slave Lake Police say. Last Tuesday, at around 11:30...

Group representing Manitoba churches in COVID-19 challenge reinstates president who had judge followed

A group representing several churches across the nation fighting COVID-19 public health stipulations declared on Monday that its president has returned after taking leave upon revealing he recruited private...