Can we really socialize again? How to do it safely

Must Read

Fort St John RCMP searching missing 38-year-old Sarah Foord

The Fort St John RCMP is seeking the public’s assistance in locating 38-year-old Sarah Foord.

RCMP looking for missing person from Blueberry River First Nation

UPDATE - Family members have confirmed Stephanie was found safe Saturday afternoon.

Fort Neslon Forestry Partnership means community reinvestment

FORT NELSON, B.C. - On June 29, it was announced that a partnership between Fort Nelson First Nation and...

It’s summer and the patios are opening across parts of Ontario and elsewhere in Canada as COVID-19 safety measures ease.

This follows stores, campgrounds, daycares, hairdressers, schools and more, depending on where in Canada you live.

But reopening can come with a price: parts of the U.S., for example, are seeing a resurgence in coronavirus cases after local businesses emerged from lockdown.

- Advertisement -

Community Interviews with Moose FM

Here’s how to walk the line between enjoying some of the new services that are available, and keeping yourself and others safe.

1. Decide your risk tolerance

Some places are inherently more risky than others. But what you decide is an acceptable risk might not be what someone else decides.

Story continues below advertisement

“Part of that is an individual decision because risk tolerance is very, very different between individuals,” said Dr. Shelley Deeks, chief health protection officer at Public Health Ontario.

1:57Calgary man who spent 25 days in coma fighting COVID-19 cautions Albertans as restrictions ease

Calgary man who spent 25 days in coma fighting COVID-19 cautions Albertans as restrictions ease


“For COVID-19,


More Articles Like This