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12 accidental drug poisonings reported between December ’23 and February ’24 in Grande Prairie

There were 12 accidental fatal drug poisonings reported between December of 2023 and February of 2024 in Grande Prairie. According to the Alberta Substance Use Surveillance System, in the last month of 2023, there were five accidental drug poisonings reported, one more than the number of poisonings reported in November...

Frost advisory in effect for GP and surrounding area

A frost advisory is now in place for the GP surrounding area. Environment Canada is advising people to cover up plants, especially those in frost-prone areas. Frost advisories are issued when temperatures are expected to reach the freezing mark during the growing season, leading to potential damage and destruction to...

Fire ban downgraded to restriction across city, County of Grande Prairie

Both the city and County of Grande Prairie have downgraded a fire ban to a fire restriction across the region as of Friday. The advisory will be in place for the entire city and county, along with the towns of Beaverlodge, Sexsmith and Wembley. “It’s vital that everyone...

County Fire Chief urges caution for evacuees returning home during Teepee Creek wildfire

The County of Grande Prairie lifted the five-day mandatory evacuation order for residents in Kleskun Creek on the afternoon of May 15th and in response, Fire Chief Trevor Grant shared some insights on how to stay safe when returning home in a wildfire-affected area. According to Chief Grant, both County...

City of Grande Prairie reminds residents of fire ban ahead of May long

The Grande Prairie Fire Department is reminding residents that despite the wet weather ahead of the May long weekend, a city-wide fire ban remains in place. The ban encompasses all fire pit areas, both on public and private land as the risk of wildfire remains high. The city says adhering...

Alberta Blue Cross implements “special measures” to ensure coverage for wildfire evacuees

Alberta Blue Cross has released a message of support for residents affected by wildfire evacuations. According to the Blue Cross, the organization will continue to ensure plan members evacuated from their homes due to the wildfires across the province will receive "uninterrupted" coverage. The Blue Cross says "special measures" are in...
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