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COVID-19 outbreak confirmed at Origin at Spring Creek

COVID-19 outbreak confirmed at Origin at Spring Creek

“We’re doing all the appropriate measures … obviously we want to keep everybody safe and we’re doing everything we absolutely can.”
Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 7, 2021

Editorial Cartoon, Jan. 7, 2021

Parks looking to Golden, Lake Louise fire departments for road rescue in Yoho National Park

Parks looking to Golden, Lake Louise fire departments for road rescue in Yoho National Park

“Basically, Parks Canada plans to unload road rescue services, in the area of jurisdiction for Parks Canada, on the two adjoining fire departments and get the province of British Columbia to pay for it."
Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin expresses disappointment in behaviour of MLAs travelling abroad

Banff-Kananaskis MLA Miranda Rosin expresses disappointment in behaviour of MLAs travelling abroad

"Unfortunately, poor judgment cannot be tolerated for those whom we entrust to govern our societies, and consequences must be faced for poor decision making."
Banff, Canmore COVID-19 case counts remain relatively stable

Banff, Canmore COVID-19 case counts remain relatively stable

“I don’t want to jump the gun. The numbers from the holidays have some uncertainty in them because of the low number of tests, and there’s a real risk of an increase due to the holidays."
Second Alberta health care worker dies of COVID-19

Second Alberta health care worker dies of COVID-19

While the province's death toll keep growing, the government is attempting to vaccinate as many Albertans as possible. On Tuesday, Shandro defended the speed of the vaccinations and said 26,269 people had been vaccinated as of Monday. 
Fundraiser started for Canmore boy living with cerebral palsy

Fundraiser started for Canmore boy living with cerebral palsy

"It’s not always a positive [world he lives in], or an easy one, and that’s why asking for these things are important because we are just trying to elevate his standard of living."
Albertans right to be angry over politicians' vacations: health minister

Albertans right to be angry over politicians' vacations: health minister

EDMONTON — Two Alberta cabinet ministers say they've been getting an earful from constituents about their colleagues jetting off to tropical locales contrary to public-health guidelines — and that they're right to be angry.
Obstetric patients being directed outside the community due to outbreak at St. Paul hospital

Obstetric patients being directed outside the community due to outbreak at St. Paul hospital

Outbreak at Lac La Biche healthcare centre still active
Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Canmore council approves increase to water and sewer utility rates

Water and wastewater utility bills for residential properties can expect a 3.4 per cent overall increase to rates in 2021, or an increase of approximately $20.31 over the next year