Tags : vaccinations

City of Lethbridge reveals staff vaccination numbers

The City of Lethbridge recently implemented a policy on November 15th that all employees now have to be vaccinated if they want to continue to be employed. The General Manager of People and Culture for the city, Jason Elliott, says over 95 per cent of city employees have reported their vaccination status. Of that group, […]Read More

Group of frontline workers want vaccine mandate needs met by

A group called Fight For The Frontline is challenging Alberta Health Services on their decision to implement mandatory vaccinations for frontline workers. As Micah Quinn explains, two local first responders in our city are fighting back against AHS and the group has sent a letter to the head of the AHS, Dr. Verna Yiu, demanding […]Read More

Vaccine and vaccination questions answered

Many questions are being asked about vaccines, booster shots, testing and availability.  The latest measures to be implemented by the Alberta government in response to increasing COVID-19 cases, has caused a surge in people booking appointments to get vaccinated. Pharmacist Vishal Sukhadiya of The Medicine Shoppe answers these questions, and as well comments on a […]Read More

Hundreds protest vaccine mandate in Lethbridge, as COVID-19 cases continue

About 300 people came together outside City Hall on Wednesday afternoon for a silent protest in response to the mandatory vaccinations for healthcare workers in Alberta and Albertans freedom of rights.    Protesters voiced their displeasure with pandemic protocols and widespread mandates.   The protests come following a recent announcement from Alberta Health Services requiring […]Read More

Glen Motz not in support of forced vaccinations for federal

Recently the federal government announced that all federal employees in Canada will be required to be vaccinated as early as the end of September. This also means workers in the federally regulated airline and railways sectors will be forced to get the jab by no later than the end of October. The Conservative party of […]Read More

New fee for Alberta backcountry campers

As the weather warms up more and more Albertans are thinking about heading out and camping. You may have to bring a few extra dollars with you if you are heading out to the backcountry. Our legislative reporter Tyler Dawson says the province is bringing in a new fee for those who enjoy backcountry camping. Read More