After a year-long hiatus, passengers will be able to ride the historic High Level Bridge Streetcar across the river valley this summer — as long as enough Albertans are vaccinated.
Stage 2 of the provincial government's "open for summer" plan started June 10 with eased restrictions for businesses ranging from restaurant to retail. Here's how businesses are responding to the newest rules and the promise that all restrictions could be lifted soon.
As vaccination rates tick ever closer to the requirements needed for Stage 3 of the provincial government's "open for summer" plan, concert organizers are leading the charge to get people back in seats. Foldable ones, at least.
Contract tracers are responsible for investigating and tracing COVID-19 positive cases.
Gyms reopened as of June 12, but a number of different protocols need to be followed.
Research is ongoing, but if you are sick or self-isolating, avoid close contact with pets.
Alberta succeeded in flattening the curve of infections, and the province wants to reopen its economy.
Be sure to keep your distance, and stay outside or online.
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