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Not using your car? Cut down on car insurance, one central Alberta broker says

Not using your car? Cut down on car insurance, one central Alberta broker says

If you’re not driving as much, you can reduce your premium

Not using your car? Cut down on car insurance, one central Alberta broker says
In need of donations for animals: Central Alberta’s Discovery Wildlife Park won’t open May 1
In need of donations for animals: Central Alberta’s Discovery Wildlife Park won’t open May 1
Province expanding testing eligibility to any Albertan with fever, sore throat, cough

Province expanding testing eligibility to any Albertan with fever, sore throat, cough

Alberta declares 81 new COVID-19 cases, provincial total at 1,732

Province expanding testing eligibility to any Albertan with fever, sore throat, cough
Alberta study to investigate effectiveness of drug at fighting COVID-19
Alberta study to investigate effectiveness of drug at fighting COVID-19
Alberta confirms 82 cases Sunday, four additional deaths
Alberta confirms 82 cases Sunday, four additional deaths
Alberta Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women Leela Aheer was gifted a artwork depticting Lacombe’s Flat Iron Building by Mayor Grant Creasey during the 2019 Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival. (File photo by Todd Clolin Vaughan/LACOMBE EXPRESS)

Alberta government to match donations up to $2 million

Several organizations have already established COVID-19 fundraising campaigns

Alberta Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women Leela Aheer was gifted a artwork depticting Lacombe’s Flat Iron Building by Mayor Grant Creasey during the 2019 Lacombe Culture and Harvest Festival. (File photo by Todd Clolin Vaughan/LACOMBE EXPRESS)
Blackfalds resident Sara Protasow recently gave her son Jax Fyvie, six, a trim with pet clippers. The mother is proud of the end result. Contributed photo

Are you letting your hair grow out? Central Albertans share their stories

One Red Deer salon owner helping clients over video

Blackfalds resident Sara Protasow recently gave her son Jax Fyvie, six, a trim with pet clippers. The mother is proud of the end result. Contributed photo
Dev Aggarwal, owner at Westpark IDA Drugs, with business partner Francis Miguel (right). Aggarwal is urging pharmacists to help out the Red Deer Food Bank in these difficult times. Contributed photo

Red Deerian asking Alberta pharmacists to unite and give back

Money raised will go to Red Deer Food Bank

Dev Aggarwal, owner at Westpark IDA Drugs, with business partner Francis Miguel (right). Aggarwal is urging pharmacists to help out the Red Deer Food Bank in these difficult times. Contributed photo
25 new cases Tuesday in Alberta, provincial total at 1,373

25 new cases Tuesday in Alberta, provincial total at 1,373

Premier Jason Kenney to provide more information later in the evening

25 new cases Tuesday in Alberta, provincial total at 1,373
Google report shows Albertans shopping for groceries 29 per cent less amid COVID-19
Google report shows Albertans shopping for groceries 29 per cent less amid COVID-19
Alberta announces 98 new cases, provincial total at 1,348
Alberta announces 98 new cases, provincial total at 1,348
COVID-19: First death confirmed in central zone, provincial cases reach 1,250
COVID-19: First death confirmed in central zone, provincial cases reach 1,250
Emergency, acute and obstetrics services to be withdrawn in Sundre following provincial cuts
Emergency, acute and obstetrics services to be withdrawn in Sundre following provincial cuts
Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, provides an update, in Edmonton on Monday, March 30, 2020, on COVID-19 and the ongoing work to protect public health. (photography by Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta)
Alberta’s chief medical officer of health, Dr. Deena Hinshaw, provides an update, in Edmonton on Monday, March 30, 2020, on COVID-19 and the ongoing work to protect public health. (photography by Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta)
COVID-19: Alberta confirms 64 new cases in province, central zone cases at 51
COVID-19: Alberta confirms 64 new cases in province, central zone cases at 51
This is Hudson. “My favourite thing about him is his enthusiastic zest for life,” says owner.
This is Hudson. “My favourite thing about him is his enthusiastic zest for life,” says owner.
Alberta declares five additional deaths, total cases in province at 690
Alberta declares five additional deaths, total cases in province at 690
Vaccine not expected until January 2021 for COVID-19, video posted on Alberta premier’s Facebook page shows

Vaccine not expected until January 2021 for COVID-19, video posted on Alberta premier’s Facebook page shows

Premier Jason Kenney and Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw discuss vaccines

Vaccine not expected until January 2021 for COVID-19, video posted on Alberta premier’s Facebook page shows
COVID-19: Third Albertan dies, 46 cases in central zone

COVID-19: Third Albertan dies, 46 cases in central zone

Province total as of Sunday: 661 cases

COVID-19: Third Albertan dies, 46 cases in central zone
Red Deer: Put a bear in your window so kids can count them

Red Deer: Put a bear in your window so kids can count them

Red Deer woman wants kids to go on ‘bear hunt’

Red Deer: Put a bear in your window so kids can count them