The Miniature Enthusiasts of Edmonton (MEE) are hosting their annual show and sale in person on Sept. 18 after two years of running the event digitally.
Food insecurity is again on the rise in Edmonton, and now providers and people in need are without the government supports that helped them cope with demand during the pandemic.
The folks behind Emergency Preparedness in Canada (EPIC) Podcast believe that "disasters are everyone's business," an idea that may not have been as evident when the podcast started in 2016 but has become undeniable throughout more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing extreme weather induced by climate change.
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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