Useful Links for Information Relating to COVID-19 Virus

The following are links that you may find useful in regards to the COVID-19 Virus:

PROVINCIAL:

  • Visit COVID-19 info for Albertans for the most recent Government of Alberta updates.
  •  What's new
    • Introduced new financial relief measures for affected Albertans. 

Alberta’s State of Public Health Emergency expired on February 22, 2021. The Provincial Operations Centre (POC) will remain at Operational Level 3 while continuing to support the provincial response and coordinate the efforts of all GoA ministries and emergency management stakeholders impacted by COVID-19 in Alberta.

 

Stage 1 began 01 June, with the reopening started once 50% of Albertans 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier) received at least one dose and hospitalizations were below 800 and declining. 

Stage 2 begins two weeks after 60% of Albertans 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier) have received at least one dose and hospitalizations are below 500 and declining. Expected to be in mid-June. 

Stage 3 begins two weeks after 70% of Albertans 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier) have received at least one dose. Expected to be in late June or early July. 

*Additional information can be found at the link below. 

Alberta's Open for Summer Plan


FEDERAL:


GLOBAL:


OTHERS:

  • Aquatera
  • ATCO
    • Website link - www.aquatera.ca/covid19 to find updates and information on Aquatera services in regards to COVID-19
    • 24 Hour Emergency & Power Repairs:  1-800-668-5506
    • General Inquiries:  1-800-668-2248


  • TOURISM HR CANADA


  • FAITH BASED AND CULTURAL ORGANIZTIONS
    • Below is a link for Faith-based and cultural organizations that can apply for a new one-time grant of up to $5,000 to help offset the financial costs of following COVID-19 public health measures.
    • For details about the the Faith-based and Cultural Facility Relaunch Grant, including eligibility and how to apply, visit Faith-based and Cultural Facility Relaunch Grant | Alberta.ca


For more preparedness content, tools and resources, visit alberta.ca/beprepared.

The warm weather and ease of some restrictions creates the right conditions to safely strengthen connections with the people in your neighbourhood. Knowing and trusting the people in your community builds resilience and reduces stress during difficult times.

 

Try getting to know your neighbours by:

  • Joining a neighbourhood social media group. 
  • Taking regular walks, smiling and waving to the people you see. 
  • Organizing or attending a socially distanced neighbourhood event. 

For more ideas on how to safely connect with your neighbours watch this 60 second video.