Mamta Lulla

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Emergency, acute and obstetrics services to be withdrawn in Sundre following provincial cuts
Emergency, acute and obstetrics services to be withdrawn in Sundre following provincial cuts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
COVID-19: Here’s what happened this past week in Alberta

COVID-19: Here’s what happened this past week in Alberta

Albertans are asked to stay home

COVID-19: Here’s what happened this past week in Alberta
City of Red Deer asks residents to help protect the pipes

City of Red Deer asks residents to help protect the pipes

Products that can cause blockages include towel, diapers, food scraps and fat, oil and grease

City of Red Deer asks residents to help protect the pipes
Watch Prime Minister: Trudeau announces funding for kids, grandparents Sunday

Watch Prime Minister: Trudeau announces funding for kids, grandparents Sunday

“I know past weeks have been tough. No school or friends in the past days.”

Watch Prime Minister: Trudeau announces funding for kids, grandparents Sunday
67 new cases of COVID-19 declared in Alberta, province total at 486

67 new cases of COVID-19 declared in Alberta, province total at 486

Currently 21 patients are being treated in hospitals, with 10 in intensive care unit.

67 new cases of COVID-19 declared in Alberta, province total at 486
Alberta Health Services said Wednesday no AHS staff member may accept or serve any external, non-AHS sourced food to patients or staff. File photo
Alberta Health Services said Wednesday no AHS staff member may accept or serve any external, non-AHS sourced food to patients or staff. File photo
Text4Hope is a free service by Alberta Health Services. File photo

Feeling stressed and isolated amid COVID-19? Text4Hope can help Albertans

Text4Hope helps people identify and adjust the negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours

Text4Hope is a free service by Alberta Health Services. File photo
Telus users unable to call emergency services Wednesday morning. File photo
Telus users unable to call emergency services Wednesday morning. File photo
RCMP are looking for two suspects in relation to a break and enter near Cochrane. RCMP photo

Thieves try to break into store’s ATM near Cochrane

Suspects fled before police arrived

RCMP are looking for two suspects in relation to a break and enter near Cochrane. RCMP photo
Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff                                Troubled Monk Brewery and Tap Room co-founder Charlie Bredo says Red Deer is now home to Alberta’s first locally made craft hard iced tea.

VIDEO: Red Deer is home to Alberta’s first locally made craft hard iced tea

Brewery also makes gin, beer, Saskatoon liqueur, vodka and craft soda

Photo by Mamta Lulla/Advocate staff                                Troubled Monk Brewery and Tap Room co-founder Charlie Bredo says Red Deer is now home to Alberta’s first locally made craft hard iced tea.
D-Day: Central Alberta veteran encourages Canadians to visit Vimy Ridge

D-Day: Central Alberta veteran encourages Canadians to visit Vimy Ridge

Sometimes you remember, sometimes you forget

D-Day: Central Alberta veteran encourages Canadians to visit Vimy Ridge
Red Deer veteran will be in France for D-Day to say his ‘goodbyes’ to Canadians that didn’t make it back
Red Deer veteran will be in France for D-Day to say his ‘goodbyes’ to Canadians that didn’t make it back