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Deena Hinshaw reported outbreaks linked to four Edmonton restaurants: Greta Bar, Earls Edmonton Tin Palace, The Pint and Local on Jasper Avenue.
A camp devoted to teaching different aspects of writing to youth in Alberta is getting creative during the pandemic.
Some Albertans want the provincial government to follow a decision by the City of Toronto to make wearing a mask indoors mandatory.
A local Japanese restaurant saw customers line up down the block for the first time on Wednesday.
An employee of Average Joe’s Sports Bar in Sherwood Park has tested positive for COVID-19.
One additional staff member has tested positive at the Misericordia Hospital, bringing the total number of active cases at the facility to 20.
The size of legal outdoor gatherings is being increased just before Canada Day — and just after Alberta saw its largest single-day increase in COVID-19 cases since May.
Property owners in Edmonton who are struggling with their bills as the COVID-19 pandemic continues will have some extra time to pay their 2020 property taxes.
Alberta Health says there are another 71 cases of COVID-19 in the province with no new deaths.
Public and Catholic high schools in Edmonton are dropping the semester schedule in favour of quarters so staff and students can better adapt if COVID-19 affects learning in the fall.
Alberta reported 39 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the total number of active cases to 520. One of those is an additional case at Edmonton's Misericordia Community Hospital, where the total number of cases now sits at 19.
Alberta saw a jump in new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, as 69 new cases were reported, the highest number of new cases since May 16. No new deaths were reported.
The first pro team from Edmonton to get back in action could be the Edmonton Stingers, but the city’s basketball team won’t be playing at home.
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