Tags : restrictions

‘The Premier has failed to do his job’ Alberta NDP

Following the earlier announcement from the UCP regarding new COVID-19 restrictions and masking, Opposition NDP Leader, Rachel Notley, says she’s extremely disappointed by the announcement to put more restrictions on Albertans. She says the new restrictions are unfair for the 70 per cent of Albertans who have chosen to receive the vaccine.    Notley has […]Read More

Alberta changing requirements for COVID-19 cases in the province

With the pandemic shifting, so are the restrictions. On Wednesday, Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced that almost all COVID-19 restrictions are set to be dropped by Aug. 16.    With the increase of Albertans getting the COVID-19 vaccine, Alberta’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced that the Alberta Government is going to cut […]Read More

Wedding venues in Lethbridge preparing for busy summer season

With restrictions being dropped across Alberta, outdoor and indoor gatherings are now an option with no set capacity. Which is resulting in quick turn-around changes for the wedding industry.     Alberta entered Stage 3 of the Open for Summer Plan last week, meaning all COVID-19 restrictions are now dropped. For couples looking to tie the […]Read More

Border towns ready to welcome back tourist traffic

Earlier this week, the Federal Government announced that starting July 5  restrictions for fully vaccinated when entering Canada will be easing. Fully vaccinated Canadians won’t have to complete the 14-day isolation period, but still have to show a negative test when entering. Meanwhile, south of the border, the U.S. Government has been pushing Canada to […]Read More

Lethbridge businesses, organizations reopen to the public under Stage 2

Thursday marks the reopening of Stage 2 of Alberta’s “Reopen For Summer” three-part plan. With that, many of Alberta’s COVID-19 public health restrictions have been eased. Alberta’s “Open for Summer Plan” is moving ahead with more COVID-19 public health restrictions being lifted provincewide. Included in Stage 2 is the reopening of in-person dining, with up […]Read More

Restaurants taking another hit with the latest restrictions

Restaurants have been ordered to close in person dining once again as of 12pm Friday but patio service will still be permitted in Alberta. Takeout orders are still being allowed as well but the Alberta Hospitality Association says those sales represent just five percent of the industry and the closure of indoor dining once again […]Read More