PROVINCIAL COVID-19 RESOURCES

During these pressing times, it is likely that your daily newsfeed is filling up every morning with updates on COVID-19. We know, it can be overwhelming, and results in not knowing where to look for your information To assist you in filtering through the barrage of information we have compiled resources for our residents.

 

Canada

Messages from the Government of Canada should be your initial go-to for information. The Public Health Agency of Canada page is the best resource for everything from updates to travel advice to preventive measures. This site also includes a virtual assistant to help with finding information if you're a little lost on where to look.

 

There are plenty of resources through the Government of Canada website - we've linked Canada's response resources here - we've made it easier for you by linking specific resources below.

- Government of Canada, Registration of Canadians Abroad

- Government of Canada, Travel Advice

- Government of Canada, Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support for Canadians and Businesses

 

While governmental resources provide information to all Canadians, it's good to know what resources are out there for your province. Furthermore, know what is happening in your city.

 

Alberta

If you have any symptoms please remember the number to call is Health Link at 811. You can find all COVID-19 information from Alberta Health Services here, while you can also use their self-assessment tool here.

 

Alberta Health Services host a great resource list to outside sources, Help in Tough Times, which offers help with stress and mental health amongst lots of other information. We've broken some of these down into specific links below.

- Alberta Health Services, COVID Prevention Posters

- Government of Alberta, Building an Emergency Kit

- Government of Alberta, Emergency Financial Assistance

 

Click your place of residence below for COVID-19 information in your location.

Bonnyville Brooks Calgary Camrose Edmonton Lethbridge Lloydminster Medicine Hat Red Deer Sherwood Park Wetaskiwin

 

Need a little pick-me-up? Check out Alberta Health Service's Text4Hope service described as "an evidence-based tool that helps people identify and adjust the negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours a pandemic might be expected to provoke. Through a set of daily messages, people receive advice and encouragement helpful in developing healthy personal coping skills and resiliency."

 

Saskatchewan

The prairies stick together, right? As in Alberta, in Saskatchewan the number to call if you are experiencing symptoms is HealthLine at 811. Full information regarding COVID-19 can be found via the Government of Saskatchewan here, while the self-assessment tool can be found here, which is adapted from the Alberta Health Services tool.

 

Further specific resources via the Government of Saskatchewan can be found in the links below.

- Government of Saskatchewan, Information for Businesses and Workers

- Government of Saskatchewan, Travel Information

- Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatchewan

 

Click your place of residence below for COVID-19 information in your location.

Lloydminster Moose Jaw Prince Albert Regina Saskatoon Swift Current Yorkton

 

Manitoba

In Manitoba, the number to call when experiencing symptoms is Health Links – Info Sante at 204-788-8200. The self-assessment screening tool can be found via Shared Health Manitoba here, which can be completed online or via phone using an interactive voice response format at 1-877-308-9038.

 

Further information regarding COVID-19 is hosted on the Government of Manitoba website here. We have broken some of this information down into specific links below.

- Government of Manitoba, Social Distancing Strategies

- Government of Manitoba, Prepare and Prevent

- Government of Manitoba, Mental Health Services

 

Click your place of residence below for COVID-19 information in your location.

Winnipeg

 

Avenue Living Communities is also here to help!

We have adapted our business to offer weekly rent payments, virtual viewing options, and digital lease agreements. Any residents with questions regarding their lease or other matter regarding the safety of their home can contact our Prairie Relief Team by email at prairie-relief@avenueliving.ca or by phone at 1-855-247-1492 and press 5 when prompted.

 

We also founded our Avenue Living Community Task Force to assist with anything you may need during this difficult time. Groceries. Walking your dog. Someone to talk to. We're here. Please contact the ALC Task Force at COVID-19@avenueliving.ca.

 

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