New family support services available to Bow Valley residents

There’s new help for families with kids of all ages across the Bow Valley. The Bow Valley Family Resource Network is a free provincial

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‘Immense amount of pain’ predicted for Canadian oilfield services sector

Canada’s oilfield services sector is in for “an immense amount of pain” over at least the next year thanks to low North American oil

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Coronavirus: Which B.C. services can start to reopen on Tuesday, May 19?

Now that the second phase of B.C.’s plan to reopen the economy is underway as of Tuesday, what services can get going again under

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Zoom investigating after U.S. church services disrupted by outages – National

Video conferencing service Zoom said Sunday that it was investigating the cause of outages that apparently affected some users’ ability to host and join

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Calgary coffee shop ordered to close its patio by Alberta Health Services

A Calgary coffee shop must close public access to its patio and dine-in services after violating rules surrounding COVID-19, Alberta Health Services says. According

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Bowen Island residents stranded after TransLink suspends bus services

All of Bowen Island’s public transportation services have been suspended by TransLink as the company faces declining revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic.  The island’s

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CBC Edmonton puts your COVID-19 questions to Dr. Mark Joffe of Alberta Health Services

Have questions about COVID-19 that need answering? Dr. Mark Joffe, an Alberta Health Services vice-president and medical director for northern Alberta, will answer questions

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COVID-19 pandemic means home care workers will only provide essential services

Morgan Fedak talks often to his mother. He didn’t want to make this call. “They called me to tell me they may withdraw that

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Ministers share messages of hope through online Easter services

The central themes of Easter Sunday — hope, life and love — were communicated in empty churches in B.C. and broadcast over the Internet as

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People who need addiction services feel ‘abandoned’ during pandemic

British Columbia’s former provincial health officer says he has “grave concerns” about reduced services for people struggling with drug addiction, while the manager of

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