An Edmonton doctor says the slow easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Edmonton was a safe move, but thinks the province needs to re-examine the rules around in-person dining.
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On Wednesday, the 630 CHED airwaves were filled with stories of hope, success and amazing innovations as a record-breaking $504,415 was raised during Heart Pledge Day.
As Alberta prepares to lift some COVID-19 restrictions, Opposition Leader Rachel Notley is calling on Premier Jason Kenney to better enforce existing rules.
The Corus Radiothon in support of the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation is looking to raise money for three projects at the hospital this year.
While appearing on 630 CHED Mornings on Wednesday, Edmonton police Chief Dale McFee recapped a busy 2020 and looked ahead to 2021.
While appearing on 630 CHED Mornings, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney defended the new COVID-19 restrictions as well as his government’s response to the pandemic.
With delivery weekend for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous fast approaching, the charity is looking for a number of volunteer porters to help the day run smoothly.
630 CHED helped raise $283,690 for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous on Tuesday as the organization looks to raise money to ensure every child has a gift under the tree this year.
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson has announced he will not seek re-election next year.