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Alberta Budget 2021

Global News - The provincial budget was delivered by Finance Minister Travis Toews, including detailed plans to spend $246 million on the Gene Zwozdesky Centre at Norwood over the next three years. Read More.


 

Long-term care residents receive second shot of COVID-19 vaccine.

A little bit more hope has been injected into local long-term care centres.

CapitalCare Strathcona residents have received their second doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Read More.


 

CapitalCare Lynnwood now COVID-19 free.

CTV News - “We are grateful for the support of our families and staff as we worked through this challenging time,” Bonnie Roberts, Site Director at CapitalCare Lynnwood. CapitalCare Lynnwood is now COVID-free. Read More.


 

CapitalCare Strathocona residents feeling the love amid the pandemic.

The Sherwood Park News - Sometimes you just need a reminder that someone is thinking of you and that you're loved. Armed with 60 care packages and signs of encouragement, Strathcona Christian Academy grade 10 to 12 students paid a physically distanced outdoor visit to CapitalCare Strathcona residents. Read more.


 

CBC’s Tara McCarthy paid Dickinsfield a visit to deliver cards to some residents.

It was heartwarming moment as she waved through the window to residents and handed over a stack of personalized messages from CBC announcers. Watch the story here.


 

Staying Connected at Kipnes Centre for Veterans during COVID-19

Seniors residences a bastion of connection and care: At CapitalCare homes in Edmonton and area, staff are sharing ideas and likewise creating inventive ways for residents and families to stay connected. From technology-focused tablets, cellphones, face-time, Skype and Zoom sessions, to old-school postcards and letters, the goal is to keep life as normal as possible while maintaining the health and safety of residents. Read more... Read More.


 

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