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Phone, virtual services helping to field coronavirus-related questions in Saskatchewan

Phone, virtual services helping to field coronavirus-related questions in Saskatchewan

Whether through virtual appointments with doctors or contacting HealthLine 811, phone and online services have had been handling questions related to the novel coronavirus response in Saskatchewan. HealthLine 811 has responded to almost 53,000 COVID-19-related calls since March 17, and the online self-assessment tool launched March 15 has had over …

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Riding Mountain National Park opens limited camping services amid coronavirus – Winnipeg

Riding Mountain National Park opens limited camping services amid coronavirus - Winnipeg

Riding National Park is reopening some camping services during COVID-19. In a release this week the park said as of Monday Wasagaming campground will open to campers with existing reservations, and new reservations for some areas of the campground will reopen Saturday. Backcountry camping also returns as of Monday and …

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Ontario’s DriveTest centres reopen for limited services

Ontario’s DriveTest centres reopen for limited services

Ontario’s DriveTest centres have reopened and are offering limited services across the province starting on Monday. “In the first phase, all 56 full-time DriveTest centres will reopen on Monday for G1 and M1 knowledge tests, driver’s licence exchanges and commercial driver’s licence applications and upgrades. Commercial road tests will also …

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Coronavirus: More services resume in City of Kawartha Lakes – Peterborough

Coronavirus: More services resume in City of Kawartha Lakes - Peterborough

There’s good news for any kids looking to cool off this summer in the City of Kawartha Lakes. The municipality is turning on its splash pads on June 26. The service was previously on hold due to the ongoing emergency orders due to the coronavirus pandemic. “There will be a …

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About 400 city employees called back as Winnipeg plans to reopen pools, animal services – Winnipeg

About 400 city employees called back as Winnipeg plans to reopen pools, animal services - Winnipeg

About 400 city employees who were temporarily laid off amid COVID-19 will be getting called back to work starting this week. This comes as the City of Winnipeg announces it will be reopening outdoor pools, wading pools, and animal services. In April, 674 non-permanent city staff who worked at city-owned …

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Coronavirus: Fort Saskatchewan hospital resumes labour and delivery services – Edmonton

Coronavirus: Fort Saskatchewan hospital resumes labour and delivery services - Edmonton

The Fort Saskatchewan Community Hospital has resumed labour and delivery services two months after they were suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Alberta Health Services said the hospital’s Women’s Health Program resumed obstetrical services at 8 a.m. Tuesday for patients that are not COVID-19 positive or presumptive. The services were …

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Coronavirus: City of London, Ont., expanding access to some services – London

Coronavirus: City of London, Ont., expanding access to some services - London

As the province continues to reopen, the City of London is giving residents more access to services starting next week. On Monday, June 15, City Hall will be open to anyone apply for marriage licences, commissioning documents, burial permits, MFIPPA requests, in-person tax payments and in-person payment of invoices during …

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Coronavirus: Feds to spend $8.9M in foreign aid for reproductive health services – National

Coronavirus: Feds to spend $8.9M in foreign aid for reproductive health services - National

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted June 9, 2020 10:34 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Canada is dedicating $8.9 million in new international aid to ensure women and girls around the world have safe access …

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Alberta physiotherapists face challenges getting services to clients amid COVID-19

Alberta physiotherapists face challenges getting services to clients amid COVID-19

Physiotherapists are facing new challenges in how they deliver their services in Alberta and some are urging caregivers to make sure their loved ones are still getting the help they need. In 2017, Mindy Butalia suffered a stroke that robbed her of her speech and mobility. But through physiotherapy and …

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City of Toronto encourages restaurants, aesthetic services to prepare for ‘safe reopening’ – Toronto

City of Toronto encourages restaurants, aesthetic services to prepare for ‘safe reopening’ - Toronto

As the provincial government moves forward with plans to reopen the economy amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the City of Toronto is encouraging restaurants and aesthetic services to be ready for reopening when given to go-ahead. According to a City statement on Friday, approximately 8,000 restaurants and 3,500 personal service …

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