The Health Quality Council of Alberta (HQCA) will lead the independent review into the EMS response during a fatal June 5 dog attack in Calgary. Earlier this month, AHS said an independent review would be
Deja vu is what Calgary’s mayor Jyoti Gondek called the sixth wave of Covid-19 in Canada. Following the latest update from Canada’s Chief Public Officer of Health, Dr. Theresa Tam, on Tuesday, the mayor responded
If there is a silver lining to the pandemic, it’s that the underlying mental health crisis in Calgary is being more widely talked about, and treated. For some patients, who have been previously treatment-resistant to
Alberta will continue its path towards endemic measures, as Premier Jason Kenney said the province would move to step two in the removal of public health restrictions. Premier Kenney made the announcement in an atypical
Citizens are ready to move beyond Covid-19 and eliminate the confusion around restrictions, says one Calgary city councillor. That’s why Ward 13 Coun. Dan McLean will put forward an addition to the city’s Covid-19 update,
A Calgary committee voted against having city admin pursue options for their own vaccine passport program. On Tuesday evening, Premier Jason Kenney announced that the province would be rolling back public health measures. With that,
The City of Calgary would be forced to rescind their vaccine passport bylaw should the province end the Restrictions Exemption Program. In a statement sent Thursday afternoon, the City said they’re aware the province is
Alberta said it will provide more support for a beleaguered EMS system, with a 10-point AHS plan to create capacity. This announcement comes as new information about so-called ‘red-alerts’ was released by the Official Opposition.