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Day: 2 April 2020

Three COVID-19 cases in Hinton

Hinton now has three cases of COVID-19 as formally announced by the provincial government this week, but specifics on cases are not being released due to patient confidentiality.

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The Doctors Are In

Hinton doctors collaborated to answer questions from The Hinton Voice for a local perspective on COVID-19 and other related health care topics. The answers are provided as general information only.

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Local teacher among residents uploading videos for The PATH’s Social Distancing Talent Show

On any given weekday Iain Langley would ordinarily be teaching Grade 3 at St. Gregory Catholic Elementary School.

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Couch Sessions delivers open mic magic

The first Friday night of the month has become synonymous with open mic nights at The Old Grind over the past number of years.

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HELP continues supporting homeless clients

With all but one staff member working from home, Hinton Employment and Learning Place (HELP) is currently closed to the public.

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Stricter safety measures in place for industry

Industrial services have a spot on Alberta’s essential services list, including the mining and mineral production and distribution sector, forestry products suppliers, and construction projects required to ensure operations of critical energy infrastructure.

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SPCA needs support for animal shelter

COVID-19 is causing a bit of a cash crunch at the Hinton and District SPCA at the same time demand for its shelter service is maxed out.

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Pine Valley Lodge resident feels safe and supported in light of COVID crisis measures

A hairy woodpecker sits outside the window of Pine Valley Lodge (PVL), enjoying the bird feeder and serving as entertainment for 84-year-old resident, Brent Simmonds.

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Alberta establishes its essential services list

The Alberta Government released a list of services deemed essential in the province over the past weekend.

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Local pharmacists adapt after initial surge in demand from COVID-19

Front-line health-care workers, including community pharmacists, are doing everything they can to continue providing essential services while keeping themselves and their clients safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

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