Tags : vaccines

Protestors says no to mandatory vaccinations at U of L

Earlier this month, nine post-secondary institutions, including the University of Lethbridge announced that all students, visitors and teachers will have to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter the schools. Well, not everyone is in favour of that idea. Some protestors gathered outside of the U of L Thursday afternoon to say no to mandatory […]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

Manitoba professor talks Alberta’s covid-19 plan

Albertans have had to navigate the tough grounds of the pandemic for the past 18 months. The Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases for the University of Manitoba, Dr. Jason Kindrachuk, says Alberta could have followed Manitoba’s strategy where they tried their reopening plan for a few weeks in the […]Read More

Not wearing a mask at G-7 not a good look

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently wrapped up a meeting with other world leaders at the G-7 Summit in the UK. It appears as though our PM was caught a number of times not wearing a mask during photo ops. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, says it was not good that Trudeau who has been preaching stringent […]Read More

First Virtual COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence Clinic for Kids

Paediatricians across southern Alberta are working together to bring the very first Vaccine Confidence Clinic to the province.  Family physicians are encouraged to refer parents and their children.  With those 12 and up being eligible for the shot, many parents have questions. A southern Alberta Paediatric Infectious Disease Specialist says the most common concern for […]Read More

The Liberals finally agree with the Tories

Political reporter Brian Lilley tells BCN’s Hal Roberts that the Trudeau Liberals agree with Erin O’Toole and the federal Conservatives about how a federal inquiry into Ottawa’s handling of the pandemic is warranted. It’s just a matter of when.Read More

Supreme Court ruling on carbon tax gives the feds even

A story we recently brought you on Bridge City News was the Supreme Court of Canada ruling that the federal carbon tax is in fact constitutional. When it came to the votes from the judges sitting on the Supreme Court political reporter Brian Lilley says the vote was not unanimous. He says there were a […]Read More