27
Dec
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, COVID, COVID-19, NLL, Postponed, Regina Sports, Saskatchewan Coronavirus, Saskatchewan Rush, Saskatoon News, Saskatoon Sports, Sports

Saskatchewan Rush game on New Year’s Eve postponed

The Saskatchewan Rush’s second home game of the 2021-2022 regular season has been postponed. On Monday, the National Lacrosse League (NLL) announced the postponement of all three games scheduled this week, including the one at SaskTel Centre on Friday, Dec. 31. “We have been in constant contact with authorities, media,…
16
Dec
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, COVID, covid rapid test, COVID-19, free rapid tests kingston, kingston rapid tests, kingston rapid tests KFL&A, news, rapid tests, rapid tests kingston

1 location in Kingston to offer free rapid COVID-19 tests Saturday – Kingston

On Wednesday, the province announced 50 locations across the province where free rapid COVID-19 antigen tests could be picked up. Despite the high rate of Omicron in the Kingston region, only one location is listed for the KFL&A region. On Saturday, between 12:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., free rapid…
22
Nov
2021
Posted by: In: Child Vaccinations, Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, dr. elizabeth richardson, Hamilton, Hamilton COVID-19, hamilton COVID-19 cases, Hamilton news, hamilton vaccinations, Health, news, Vaccines For Kids

COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Hamilton kids 5 to 11 can be booked starting Tuesday – Hamilton

A segment of Hamilton’s population currently at the greatest risk of COVID-19 infections will soon have a chance to get their first shot of a vaccine to fight the affliction late this week. Pfizer shots for the city’s estimated 42,000 children are set to hit Hamilton public health’s VERTO…
13
Oct
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, mandatory COVID-19 vaccine policy, Toronto Covid, Toronto Zoo, Toronto Zoo COVID, Toronto Zoo vaccine policy, Zoo, Zoo toronto

Toronto Zoo to implement proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all patrons starting Oct. 25 – Toronto

The Toronto Zoo has announced it will require proof of vaccination against COVID-19 for all eligible guests and visitors aged 12 and older, members, business partners, and contractors. The policy will come into effect on Monday, Oct. 25 for anyone wishing to enter the zoo grounds. Officials said prior…
26
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: bc coronavirus, bc covid, bc covid update, bonnie henry update, COVID, COVID-19, covid-19 bc, COVID-BC, Health

Some B.C. businesses vow to defy province’s vaccine passport system

Just days after British Columbia announced plans to require a proof of COVID-19 vaccination to access certain non-essential services and activities, some businesses are already vowing to defy the mandate. “We just don’t want to be the ones to enforce something where people feel like their privacy rights are…
25
Aug
2021
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, dr. elizabeth richardson, Dr. Peter Juni, Dr. Timothy Sly, Hamilton, hamilton COVID-19 cases, Hamilton news, Hamilton Public Health, Health, news, outbreak in hamilton, Sizzle, sizzle night club

Hamilton reports 59 new COVID-19 cases, city averaging 64 cases a day in the last week – Hamilton

Hamilton is now seeing almost five times as many new COVID-19 cases reported to public health compared to a month ago, according to the latest data from the city. On Wednesday, another 59 new infections were disclosed day over day which is 47 more than the 12 reported on…
26
Jul
2021
Posted by: In: COVID, COVID-19, Economy, Global News at 6 New Brunswick, Meghan McCluskey, New Brunswick Reopening, Obscurity, Pam Wheaton, Pamela Wheaton, Reopening Plan, Saint John, Vaccination Status

Vaccination status, masks: What can businesses ask of patrons after COVID-19 restrictions lift? – New Brunswick

Having opened in the middle of COVID-19, Obscurity in Saint John hasn’t seen a business day without strict public health protocols in place. That’s set to change this weekend, with New Brunswick slated to lift all pandemic restrictions at 11:59 Friday night. “It’s going to be interesting seeing our…
22
Jul
2021
Posted by: In: AHS, Alberta Coronavirus, alberta covid-19 vaccine, Alberta COVID-19 vaccine rollout, Alberta health, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Mobile Vaccination Clinic, Alberta Reopening, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Alberta, coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19, COVID-19 In Edmonton, COVID-19 Spread, COVID-19 Vaccine, COVID-19 Variant Spread, Covid-19 Variants, dr deena hinshaw, Edmonton coronavirus, Edmonton Coronavirus Response, Edmonton COVID 19, Jason Kenney, Variant Spread

Mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinic launches for worksites, rural communities in Alberta

The Alberta government and a coalition of businesses have partnered to launch a mobile vaccination clinic. As Chris Chacon reports the clinic will focus on providing vaccines at worksites rural and hard-to-reach communities.
06
Jul
2021
Posted by: In: Canada, Cannabis, COVID-19, Economy, Health, Kingston, Lifestyle, Local Business, Money, news, Pandemic, Sales, Store

Kingston, Ont. cannabis store tops sales for eastern Ontario – Kingston

Jennawae McLean and her partner opened up Calyx and Trichomes last year in the midst of the pandemic. While the company is now the top seller in eastern Ontario,  they say it has not always been easy. “Now we know that after such a difficult year, we can handle…
05
Jul
2021
Posted by: In: Coronavirus, COVID, COVID-19, covid-19 canada, covid-19 news, COVID-19 Recovery, Economic recovery, Economy, Health, Hotels, local tourism, London Tourism, stay a little longer, Tourism London

Tourism London offering incentives to Stay A Little Longer – London

Tourism London says after a successful — though short-lived — pilot project, a revised version of its Stay a Little Longer campaign is now underway. The program will see those who book a minimum two-night stay at participating hotels receive a $100 VISA card that is geo-targeted to only…