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Wednesday , 14 April 2021

COVID-19

Kinosoo Ridge Snow Resort closed for season

Kinosoo Ridge skill hill is now closed for the season, the M.D. of Bonnyville announced on Monday. “In an effort to help slow the spread of COVID-19, as of today, Kinosoo Ridge Snow Resort will be closed to the public for the rest of the 2020 season. “Alberta’s Chief Medical …

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Canadian government closing border to non-citizens

The federal government of Canada has announced that they are closing the border to non-citizens with rare exceptions, any person showing symptoms will be banned from travelling abroad, and asymptomatic Canadians away from home will be supported by the federal government, said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday. He said …

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St. Paul to hold special council meeting to talk COVID-19

St. Paul town council is having a special council meeting tonight to discuss measures the municipality may take in response to COVID-19. Town council will discuss shutting the doors on public buildings including the town office and how they’ll proceed with business if they do. The Town has closed recreation …

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Lakeland schools evaluating next steps following classes cancellation

Schools in the Lakeland are evaluating the next steps following the province cancelling all K-12 classes on Sunday. Northern Lights Public Schools superintendent Rick Cusson said in a release Monday morning that they are seeking guidance from Alberta Education. “Today we will be seeking further clarification from Alberta Education about …

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All K-12 school classes cancelled, daycares closed, 17 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta

Image credit: Alex Tétrault, National Observer. Effective immediately, students will no longer be attending classes in K-12 schools and post-secondary institutions until further notice, the provincial government announced on Sunday. Post-secondary campuses will still remain open, but classes are cancelled. School authorities are expected to continue their regular day-to-day operations …

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SPERD updates parents and students on COVID-19

Message from St. Paul Education Regional Division update on COVID-19, March 15th, 2020.   St. Paul Education’s top priority continues to be student and staff safety in this unique global situation. Our provincial government has not directed school closures at this time; therefore, our schools will remain open. With this, …

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