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Positive COVID-19 tests at two Calgary-area schools have derailed the start of the year for some, while in northern Alberta an entire school division has chosen to delay return to classes. Meadows Ridge School in...Positive COVID-19 tests at two Calgary-area schools have derailed the start of the year for some, while in northern Alberta an entire school division has chosen to delay return to classes. Meadows...

Positive COVID-19 tests at 2 Calgary- area schools derail start of year for some - Todayville Edmonton

B.C.'s Dr. Bonnie Henry and Alberta's Dr. Deena Hinshaw have both found themselves under fire lately from anxious and angry parents and teachers

COVID-19 back-to-school drama has been kryptonite for hero top doctors in B.C. and Alberta | National Post

COVID-19 back-to-school drama has been kryptonite for hero top doctors in B.C. and Alberta | National Post

Meadow Ridge School in Okotoks was closed Tuesday after a staff member was diagnosed with COVID-19, Foothills School Division officials say.Meadow Ridge School in Okotoks was closed Tuesday after a staff member was diagnosed with COVID-19, Foothills School Division officials say.

The South Park Walmart on Calgary Trail is closed and close contacts of employees who have tested positive have been told to self-isolate.

COVID-19: Edmonton cases drop slightly as 164 cases, two deaths | Edmonton Journal

COVID-19: Edmonton cases drop slightly as 164 cases, two deaths reported in Alberta Tuesday

COVID-19: Edmonton cases drop slightly as 164 cases, two deaths reported in Alberta Tuesday | Edmonton Journal

'This year will be like no other; we will need to work together and be patient with each other and these new ways of working and learning'

Facing unprecedented protocols, Calgary students head back to class | Calgary Herald

Facing unprecedented protocols, Calgary students head back to class

Facing unprecedented protocols, public school students head back to class | Calgary Herald

The interview was set up by Alberta Health officials to allow Hinshaw, the province's chief medical officer of health, to further clarify a health order that she signed over the weekend that led to online backlash.The interview was set up by Alberta Health officials to allow Hinshaw, the province's chief medical officer of health, to further clarify a health order that she signed over the weekend that led to online backlash.

‘I feel for parents’: Dr. Hinshaw regrets confusing COVID-19 orders as schools reopen | Globalnews.ca

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange and Hinshaw are to announce Wednesday how $260 million in federal money for schools is to be spent

COVID-19 in schools inevitable, reducing class sizes unrealistic: Kenney | Calgary Herald

COVID-19 in schools inevitable, reducing class sizes unrealistic: Kenney | Calgary Herald

OkotoksOnline.com is Okotoks' only source for community news and information such as weather and news.OkotoksOnline.com is Okotoks' only source for community news and information such as weather and news.

UPDATE: FSD Provides Details on Meadow Ridge Schedule Following Tuesday Closure - OkotoksOnline.com

'I am very sorry ... that this tool, which was meant to clarify, has caused more confusion. That was not the intention'

Alberta’s top doctor sorry for confusion over back-to-school order on physical distancing | National Post

Alberta’s top doctor sorry for confusion over back-to-school order on physical distancing | National Post

Many students woke up Tuesday morning to get ready for the first day of in-person classes in over five months.Many students woke up Tuesday morning to get ready for the first day of in-person classes in over five months.

'It was a lot better than we expected:' Alberta teacher on first day back - 660 NEWS

Those two deaths bring the total number of COVID-19 fatalities reported in Alberta since last winter to 241

More oilsands workers hit by COVID-19, two more deaths in Alberta | Calgary Herald

More oilsands workers hit by COVID-19, two more deaths in Alberta

More oilsands workers hit by COVID-19, two more deaths in Alberta | Calgary Herald

Watch Dr. Deena Hinshaw 1-on-1 interview with Global News Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Dr. Deena Hinshaw 1-on-1 interview with Global News Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Dr. Deena Hinshaw 1-on-1 interview with Global News | Watch News Videos Online

Watch Dr. Deena Hinshaw addresses being the face of COVID-19 in Alberta during 1-on-1 interview Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Dr. Deena Hinshaw addresses being the face of COVID-19 in Alberta during 1-on-1 interview Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Dr. Deena Hinshaw addresses being the face of COVID-19 in Alberta during 1-on-1 interview | Watch News Videos Online

Watch Dr. Deena Hinshaw gives 1-on-1 interview after COVID-19 school order confusion Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Dr. Deena Hinshaw gives 1-on-1 interview after COVID-19 school order confusion Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Dr. Deena Hinshaw gives 1-on-1 interview after COVID-19 school order confusion | Watch News Videos Online

Representatives from Walmart Canada confirmed to Global News that the store at 3931 Calgary Trail NW has now confirmed 12 cases in employees.Representatives from Walmart Canada confirmed to Global News that the store at 3931 Calgary Trail NW has now confirmed 12 cases in employees.

Walmart in south Edmonton closed due to COVID-19 outbreak, 12 staff cases - Edmonton | Globalnews.ca

It’s the first day back at school for tens of thousands of students in Calgary, but it's already shaping up to be a school year unlike any other.It’s the first day back at school for tens of thousands of students in Calgary, but it's already shaping up to be a school year unlike any other.

First wave of Calgary students return to class as part of staged re-entry | CTV News

Still 27 active in the central zoneStill 27 active in the central zone

COVID-19 cases increase by 164 on Tuesday – Ponoka News

'I am very sorry ... that this tool, which was meant to clarify, has caused more confusion. That was not the intention'

Alberta’s top doctor sorry for confusion over back-to-school order on physical distancing | National Post

Federal authorities in Puerto Rico say they have seized $27 million in undeclared cash aboard a ship bound for the U.S. Virgin Islands.Federal authorities in Puerto Rico say they have seized $27 million in undeclared cash aboard a ship bound for the U.S. Virgin Islands.

US agents seize record $27M in cash on ship bound for USVI

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he's accepted all along that COVID-19 infections in schools are inevitable and that's no reason to keep classrooms shuttered. His remarks come after a school in Okotoks, south of Calgary, delayed its planned reopening because a staff member was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus. At another school in Calgary, the principal, assistant principal and administrative secretary were forced into a 14-day quarantine...

COVID-19 in schools inevitable, cost to reduce class sizes unrealistic: Kenney

Positive COVID-19 tests at two Calgary-area schools have derailed the start of the year for some, while in northern Alberta an entire school division has chosen to delay return to classes. Meadows Ridge School in Okotoks, south of Calgary, did not open as planned today after a staff member was diagnosed with COVID-19. In a note to parents sent […]

Positive COVID-19 tests at 2 Calgary- area schools derail start of year for some - CityNews Toronto