Newly renovated Edmonton blood donor clinic aims to enhance experience, increase donations

Canadian Blood Services hopes a major renovation to the Edmonton donor clinic will result in more people coming through the doors. Part of the refurbishment project at the clinic near the University of Alberta was to introduce the Donor Centre…

Alberta pharmacist fined, licence revoked over stolen narcotic pills

An Alberta pharmacist charged with stealing with thousands of narcotics while working at a pharmacy in Okotoks has had her permit cancelled and was slapped with a hefty fine. An Alberta College of Pharmacy’s hearing tribunal found that Leanne Rogalsky…

CannTrust says cannabis goods returned by Alberta government worth $1.3M

CannTrust Holdings Inc. said Thursday that about $1.3 million worth of its products will be returned by the Alberta government’s cannabis wholesaler and online retailer. The Alberta Gaming, Liquor and Cannabis (AGLC) agency announced the returns on Wednesday after Health…

Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation Mighty Millions Lottery update

In this month’s Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation segment, president and CEO Mike House talks about what to expect from this year’s Mighty Millions Lottery and $4-million dream home, and we meet Stollery family Melissa Bandi and Ava deGannes, who is…

Alberta’s supervised consumption services review committee makes final stop in Edmonton

Alberta’s supervised consumption services were discussed on Wednesday as members of communities in Edmonton got the opportunity to share their concerns. “I’m picking up needles off of my property, which is about four or five blocks from the supervised injection…

Bear spray incident at Edmonton’s Stollery Children’s Hospital sees patients relocated

Some patients at Edmonton’s Stollery Children’s Hospital and University of Alberta Hospital were relocated as a precaution after “a can of bear spray was released” outside the children’s hospital’s emergency department entrance on Wednesday night, according to Alberta Health Services.…

Former Humboldt Bronco opens up about mental health: ‘It’s okay to not be okay’

April 6, 2018 is a day that will forever be etched in Tyler Smith’s mind. And yet, it’s a day he doesn’t remember. In fact, the former Humboldt Broncos player doesn’t remember anything until a few days after the crash.…