Coronavirus: Stop sneaking into closed Fernie ski resort for hikes, manager pleads

The general manager of Fernie Alpine Resort is pleading with hikers to stop sneaking into its boundaries, which have been closed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The ski hill posted a message from Andy Cohen to its Facebook page…

Technology used to overcome the impacts of COVID-19 on Edmonton’s real estate market

April 3 2020 8:40pm Like many other industries impacted by COVID-19, realtors are finding creative ways to adapt. Chris Chacon explains. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp =…

Edmonton school asks for tech, food donations during COVID-19 pandemic

April 3 2020 7:21pm It’s been one week since the new normal began for Edmonton students. Community Reporter Morgan Black checks up on students, parents and teachers to see how they’ve taken to online learning. ‘ }); } else {…

Man showing up at ex’s home saying he has COVID-19 leads to charges: Edmonton police

Edmonton police said several charges have been laid after a man showed up at his ex’s house Thursday night, where he allegedly claimed to have COVID-19 and said she had to let him stay. Police in the southwest part of…

Edmonton restaurant owner encourages people to think beyond delivery apps

It’s a critical time to support local restaurants in Edmonton who are adapting to take-out and delivery. As Nicole Stillger explains, independent restaurant owner Paul Shufelt is encouraging people to think beyond using third-party apps like Skip the Dishes and…

Albertans to learn worst case COVID-19 scenarios early next week

Current projections show 250 Albertans are expected to be in intensive care units at the peak of the pandemic, but the province is opening up far more beds than that just in case. As Tom Vernon explains, Albertans will learn…

Fines for breaking Alberta public health orders amid COVID-19 pandemic range from $1K to $500K

Police and peace officers across the province have been given the go-ahead from the Alberta government to enforce public health orders in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This means people and businesses who do not adhere to the Public Health…

Albertans who break coronavirus health orders could pay up to $500K fine

Police and peace officers across the province have been given the go-ahead from the Alberta government to enforce public health orders in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic. This means people and businesses who do not adhere to the Public Health…

Alberta suspends hospital parking fees during COVID-19 pandemic

The government of Alberta announced Thursday that as of April 3, parking will be free at hospitals across the province. The change will remain in effect at all Alberta Health Services facilities — for health-care workers and the general public…