Alberta Health Services

At least 337 people, the vast majority of them children younger than 5, are now confirmed sick in the Canadian outbreak of E. coli infections linked to a central kitchen serving daycare centers in Calgary. 

During a press conference on Sept. 15, Alberta Premier Danielle Smith spoke for the first

Continue Reading Canadian leaders vow to find source of E. coli outbreak that has sickened hundreds of children

Overnight, more patients were lab-confirmed as being infected with E. coli, bringing the total to 264 people infected in an outbreak linked to daycare centers in Calgary, Canada.

A total of 37 outbreak patients have required hospitalization, and 25 remain hospitalized. Of those remaining in the hospital, 22 have been

Continue Reading More than 260 patients in daycare outbreak; inspectors find roaches in kitchen

With nearly 100 laboratory-confirmed patients in an E. Coli outbreak linked to daycare centers, investigators could be looking at weeks or months before their work is done.

Eleven daycare centers in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, have been closed because of the illnesses, which now number 96. During a press conference

Continue Reading Almost 100 sick as officials investigate E. coli outbreak linked to daycare centers who recently ate at Original Joe’s in Strathmore, Alberta, are being warned by Alberta Health Services that a kitchen worker tested positive for Hepatitis A, a contagious virus that can be transmitted via food, according to Canada’s CBC News. Patrons who ate at the restaurant and bar between
Continue Reading Hepatitis A Warning for Customers of Original Joe’s in Strathmore, Alberta

V&T Meat and Food of Calgary, Alberta, and Hiep Thanh Trading of Edmonton, Alberta, are recalling certain raw pork products from the marketplace due to possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination. Consumers, food service establishments, retailers, distributors and manufacturers in Alberta should not consume, serve, use, or sell certain raw pork
Continue Reading CFIA: Recall of Raw Pork Products Triggered by 153-Case E. Coli Outbreak Investigation