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Redcliff Brick Plant Park – Grand Opening

September 7, 2021

We were pleased to attend the grand opening of the Redcliff Pressed Brick Park on August 27th, hosted by the Town of Redcliff and I-XL Ltd. Mayor Dwight Kilpatrick represented the Town, along with several Councilors and Town staff. Clayton Sissons, President, Malcolm Sissons, Vice-President, and Graham Sissons, retired Vice-President, along with former I-XL colleagues…

Business Beat: ACC and Medicine Hat & District Chamber Publish Vote Prosperity Campaigns

September 2, 2021

Votership in Canada is a topic that is always being discussed and improved on by governments, NGO’s like The Chamber, and businesses, because it’s important that the public representatives elected are an accurate representation of the majority of voters. As a result, the Medicine Hat & District Chamber of Commerce has released information including who…

Federal Election Update

August 31, 2021

August 31, 2021 The Canadian Chamber of Commerce released its Election 2021 recommendations. Find out what it takes to grow through the priorities they have laid out for the next parliament. There are already several policy wins for the Chamber announced so far, such as support for the hardest hit sectors, investment incentives, broadband, value-based…

Weekly Update: August 20 – 27

August 30, 2021

Weekly Update: August 20 – August 27, 2021 A number of provinces in Canada have implemented mandates to require proof of vaccination to access businesses providing non-essential services.  Many businesses in Alberta are expressing concerns about the issues surrounding the mandated proof of vaccinations, including implications for Employment Standards, hiring and retention, customer relationships and…

Free Virtual Group Consultation with Dr. Justin of Integrity Spinal Care

August 23, 2021

What is NUCCA Chiropractic? NUCCA is a highly specific and gentle form of Chiropractic that is different from traditional chiropractic in that it doesn’t involve twisting or cracking. NUCCA utilizes an extremely light touch to the upper neck to realign the spine and correct an Atlas Displacement Complex. An Atlas Displacement Complex (ADC) occurs when…

Weekly Update: August 14 – 20, 2021

August 20, 2021

Your Weekly Tune Up: August 14 – 20 After closely monitoring COVID-19 in Alberta for the previous two weeks and reviewing emerging evidence from other jurisdictions, the following will continue until Sept. 27. Mandatory masking orders in publicly accessible transit, taxis and ride-shares. Mandatory isolation for 10 days for those with COVID-19 symptoms or a…

Weekly Update: August 7 – August 13, 2021

August 13, 2021

Your Weekly Tune Up: August 7 – August 13 A new online tool will make it easier and faster for Albertans to find affordable housing that meets their personal needs and budget. Learn more. Minister of Jobs, Economy and Innovation Doug Schweitzer issued a statement about the July 2021 Labour Force Survey. Minister of Energy…

Weekly Update: July 31 – August 6, 2021

August 6, 2021

Your Weekly Tune Up: July 31 – August 6 Provincial mandatory masking orders will be lifted. Some masking in acute care or continuing care facilities may still be required. Isolation following a positive COVID-19 test result will no longer be required, but strongly recommended. Isolation hotels and quarantine support will no longer be available. Testing…

Weekly Update: July 24 – 30, 2021

July 30, 2021

Your Weekly Tune Up: July 24 – 30, 2021 Quarantine for close contacts will shift from mandatory to recommended. All positive cases will continue to be notified. Contact tracer will no longer notify close contacts of exposure. Outbreak management and identification will focus on high-risk locations. Asymptomatic testing is no longer recommended. Mandatory masking remains…

Weekly Update: July 17 – 23, 2021

July 23, 2021

Your Weekly Tune Up: July 17 – 23, 2021 5 Million doses of Vaccine Administered in Alberta   As of July 18, 5,056,062 doses have been administered through Alberta Health Services, community pharmacies, physician clinics and dedicated walk-in clinics. Now 74.8 percent of eligible Albertans have received at least one dose of vaccine and 59.7 percent…


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