Red Deer Advocate Staff

97 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Alberta

97 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Alberta

Provincial total of active and recovered cases is 5,670

97 new COVID-19 cases confirmed in Alberta
Government confirms one new COVID-19 case in Red Deer

Government confirms one new COVID-19 case in Red Deer

There are 190 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta

Government confirms one new COVID-19 case in Red Deer
UPDATED: Westerner Days postponed until 2021

UPDATED: Westerner Days postponed until 2021

Only 451 days away

UPDATED: Westerner Days postponed until 2021
Former Red Deer Catholic Regional School teacher (left) receives 2020 Distinguished Service Award. Contributed photo

Former central Alberta teacher one of 10 in Canada to receive award

He was with Red Deer Catholic Regional School for brief time, says school principal

Former Red Deer Catholic Regional School teacher (left) receives 2020 Distinguished Service Award. Contributed photo
Government announces 216 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alberta on Saturday

Government announces 216 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alberta on Saturday

There are now 4,233 total cases, 1,471 have recovered

Government announces 216 new confirmed COVID-19 cases in Alberta on Saturday
City of Red Deer announces ‘temporary work interruptions’ for about 150 employees

City of Red Deer announces ‘temporary work interruptions’ for about 150 employees

Pandemic causing ‘wide scale employment impacts across our community,’ says Mayor Tara Veer.

City of Red Deer announces ‘temporary work interruptions’ for about 150 employees
165 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta on Saturday
165 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta on Saturday
Alberta sending personal protective equipment to provinces in need

Alberta sending personal protective equipment to provinces in need

Ontario, Quebec, B.C. receiving N95 masks, procedural masks, nitrile gloves, goggles and ventilators

Alberta sending personal protective equipment to provinces in need
COVID-19 case reported at supermarket in Wetaskiwin

COVID-19 case reported at supermarket in Wetaskiwin

Sobeys will not release names to protect employees

COVID-19 case reported at supermarket in Wetaskiwin
Red Deer County has three new confirmed COVID-19 cases

Red Deer County has three new confirmed COVID-19 cases

Government says Alberta up to 1,181 total cases

Red Deer County has three new confirmed COVID-19 cases
Government announces 79 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta, 2 in Red Deer

Government announces 79 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta, 2 in Red Deer

There are 48 cases in the central zone

Government announces 79 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta, 2 in Red Deer
Premier Jason Kenney says his government will implement measures to save Alberta jobs in the wake of plummeting oil prices. He wants the federal government to lend its support, too. ���This is not just about Alberta. As Alberta goes, so goes the national economy,��� Kenney said Monday. (JASON FRANSON / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Premier Jason Kenney says his government will implement measures to save Alberta jobs in the wake of plummeting oil prices. He wants the federal government to lend its support, too. ���This is not just about Alberta. As Alberta goes, so goes the national economy,��� Kenney said Monday. (JASON FRANSON / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health. (Government of Alberta photo).

Alberta announces immediate closure of non-essential businesses

Government announce 56 new COVID-19 cases in Alberta

Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta’s chief medical officer of health. (Government of Alberta photo).
Charlie Bredo, co-owner of Troubled Monk Brewery, is focusing on making hand sanitizers for the community amid COVID-19. Photo by Todd Colin Vaughan/Red Deer Express

Red Deer’s Troubled Monk making hand sanitizers amid COVID-19

Breweries all over the world are taking initiative to develop hand sanitizer

Charlie Bredo, co-owner of Troubled Monk Brewery, is focusing on making hand sanitizers for the community amid COVID-19. Photo by Todd Colin Vaughan/Red Deer Express
Red Deer reduces transit hours, frequency starting Monday

Red Deer reduces transit hours, frequency starting Monday

Safety measures in place to encourage social distancing

Red Deer reduces transit hours, frequency starting Monday
Dr. Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health, announced Alberta’s first death Thursday. Photo credit Government of Alberta

COVID-19: 10 cases confirmed in central zone, 3 of them in RedDeer

‘If you must go out, practice social distancing’

Dr. Deena Hinshaw, chief medical officer of health, announced Alberta’s first death Thursday. Photo credit Government of Alberta
Red Deer city manager Allan Seabrooke speaks during an update video regarding the COVID-19 pandemic Saturday evening. Contributed photo

COVID-19 pandemic has many feeling lonely, helpless: Red Deer city manager

‘We don’t have a lot of new information for you today,’ says Allan Seabrooke

Red Deer city manager Allan Seabrooke speaks during an update video regarding the COVID-19 pandemic Saturday evening. Contributed photo
COVID-19 case confirmed in Red Deer County

COVID-19 case confirmed in Red Deer County

Government of Alberta confirms 31 new cases in province

COVID-19 case confirmed in Red Deer County