2 More West Edmonton Mall Attractions Are Reopening In Less Than A Week

They're the final two WEM attractions to reopen!

Two more attractions are reopening in the West Edmonton Mall and Albertans will be able to visit them in under a week's time.

World Waterpark and Galaxyland are reopening to the public on June 18, which means that all of the mall's attractions will be open as of that date.

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Here's Everything You Can & Can't Do In Alberta As Stage 2 Of Reopening Kicks Off

While things are opening up today, there are still some things you can't do yet!

Stage two of Alberta's reopening plan is officially underway as of Thursday, June 10. This is the second of three stages and the final stage is expected to come about in early July.

There are some key areas of your everyday life that might be changed up as the province continues to reopen, so here are some elements of the current health orders and what you can and can't do right now in Alberta.

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A Gender Reveal Party In Alberta Ended Up Starting A Giant Wildfire

It was reportedly half the size of a football field.

A family in Alberta recently discovered more than just their baby's sex when they threw a gender reveal party recently: they also learned how to start a wildfire.

Alberta Wildfire says the recent blaze was started by an "exploding target," a popular gimmick used for dramatic gender reveals but with a fiery side effect.

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Kenney Says His Patio Meeting Didn't Break Rules & Assures They Drank 'Budget Liquor'

He said Jameson is "a nice Irish whiskey but it's not the finest."

A photo of Jason Kenney and some other government officials having a patio meeting in Edmonton recently surfaced online along with allegations about breaking public health orders.

In a question period in the legislature on Thursday, June 3, NDP deputy leader Sarah Hoffman pressed Kenney about the gathering. "When most Albertans think about discipline and humility, they don't think about white table cloths, a 40 of Jameson, litres upon litres of wine, and San Pellegrino on the roof of the Sky Palace," she said, asking him to "admit that he broke the public health orders, and apologize."

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Jason Kenney & The Squad Got Caught Breaking COVID Rules With Booze On A Rooftop

Images of the premier and ministers are circulating all over social media.

Photos have surfaced of Alberta's Premier Jason Kenney on a patio with three provincial ministers and at least two other people. The group appeared to be dining on the patio of Edmonton's Sky Palace, and two bottles of wine and one bottle of whiskey are visible on the table.

The group consisted of Kenney, Health Minister Tyler Shandro, Environment and Parks Minister Jason Nixon, Finance Minister Travis Toews, and two others. The gathering took place on Tuesday, June 1, according to CBC News. Also pictured is what looks like two unmasked servers. In fact, the entire group is unmasked.

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Stage 2 Of Alberta's Reopening Is Expected To Kick Off Next Week & Here's What's Included

Say goodbye to takeout food and at-home workouts!

According to the province's summer reopening plan, Alberta's Stage 2 is expected to kick off on June 10. This stage will officially come about two weeks after 60% of the population ages 12 and up has received their first vaccine dose and hospitalizations are below 500 and declining.

During Stage 2, a number of health orders will be relaxed or lifted. Once it begins, here's what you'll be allowed to do:

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