Unless you've been living under a rock for the past year, you know that charcoal EVERYTHING is sooooo in right now. Whether it's charcoal burgers, charcoal waffles, or even charcoal cookie dough, the Internet just absolutely loves charcoal food (millenials am i right). Why you ask? I have absolutely no idea. But hey, why not capitalize on the craze and try out a new food item whie also sprucing up your instagram?
The newest charcoal craze that is taking Edmonton by storm is charcoal waffle cones. They look so freaking cool and literally pitch black. As for taste? You definitely won't be disappointed in that department either. Seriously, just look at these glorious ice cream cones..
They can be found at Yelo'd, a Filipino and Asian inspired ice cream and baked goods shop. This brand new spot is going to be your new summer hang out spot, guaranteed.
With cool and interesting ice cream flavours that you can put into your charcoal cones, you will likely be able to try something completely and entirely new to you! Some of their flavours include Matcha, Ube, and Buko (which includes activated charcoal so you can really get your charcoal fix).
To book online through AHS, all you have to do is click "book online" on the site and follow the prompts. Once you hit the landing page, you will need to fill out your personal information before selecting a time slot for your appointment.
AHS says there are longer than average wait times through 811 at present. So, if you're not a fan of sitting on hold, you can also look through Alberta's Blue Cross to see which nearby pharmacies are giving out COVID-19 vaccines. There are drop-down menus that will refine your search to link you up to the closest pharmacy near you and you can give them a call directly.
An Alberta wildfire is burning through Tomahawk, a hamlet just west of Edmonton. At 12:38 a.m. on Friday, May 7, Parkland County issued a mandatory evacuation order for all residents between Highway 22 and Range Road 63, and between Township Road 510 and 524.
Everyone is being told to leave their homes immediately and bring their pets.
"This is a very exciting day for Alberta and it arrives right when we need it the most," said Kenney in an emailed press statement. "We are battling an extremely aggressive third wave of COVID-19 and we know that vaccines are our best weapon against it. By opening bookings to everybody over 12 years of age, we are taking a huge step towards stopping the spike and hopefully putting this pandemic behind us for good."
All Albertans who are born in 1991 or before can start booking their vaccinations on Thursday, May 6, with the addition of those born from 2009 to 1992 coming up the following Monday.
Everyone who is eligible can book their mRNA vaccine, which the CDC says are the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, through Alberta Health Service's website, or by calling 811. Vaccination appointments can also be booked through participating local pharmacies, which Albertans can find through Alberta Blue Cross.