Monthly Archives: August, 2021

After fine season in KHL, Dmitri Samorukov is knock knock knockin' on Oilers door

Breadcrumb Trail Links Cult of Hockey Author of the article: Bruce McCurdy  •  ...

B.C. restaurant owner faces online abuse from anti-vaxxers over vaccine passport

A Mission, B.C., restaurant owner says he is being attacked and harassed online simply for following the law. Mike Bruic says he built the Pitmasters...

Edmontonians march for better outreach, action on opioid crisis on International Overdose Awareness Day

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Author of the article: Anna Junker ...

Trudeau expected to release Liberal election platform on Wednesday: sources

Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is expected to release the party’s election platform at a campaign event on Wednesday morning, according to campaign sources. Trudeau is...

Health Canada issues warning against using ivermectin dewormer to treat COVID-19

Health Canada is warning the public not to use the deworming drug ivermectin to treat COVID-19, particularly the version that is used for animals. The...

Hospitality industry concerns with enforcement, patron response swirl around reinstatement of Edmonton's indoor mask mandate

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Local Business Author of the article: Dustin...

Daunting debt: What the pandemic public spending spree will mean for Canada’s post-COVID economy

University of Calgary student Justin Gotta just spent four months looking for a part-time job. The fourth-year economics major wants to be part of Alberta’s...

Sticker shock hitting consumers at the grocery store as drought takes toll on crops

Canadians have started to pay more for groceries as severe drought drives up prices for agricultural commodities, and experts say more price hikes are...

Alberta Health Services to require all employees to be fully immunized against COVID-19 by Oct. 31

Article content All Alberta Health Services employees, including frontline health-care workers, must be fully immunized for COVID-19 by Oct. 31, the regional authority...

The new C.1.2 COVID-19 variant ‘does not appear’ to be spreading, WHO says

A new COVID-19 variant that researchers have flagged as “concerning” due to the large number of mutations it possesses does not appear to be...

COVID-19: Excitement, anxiety as Montreal kids head back to school

Seven-year-old Jayda Watts-Simeon was bouncing up and down with excitement on Tuesday at the chance to be back in school. Wearing a medical mask and...

Woman pedestrian fighting for her life after sedan strikes her in west Edmonton

Article content A 37-year-old woman is fighting for her life in hospital after a sedan struck her in west Edmonton Tuesday morning. ...

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