Any Albertan 18 and older who has received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine can now enter a province-wide lottery to win $1 million.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney apologized Monday that a working dinner on the balcony of the so-called Sky Palace didn’t “scrupulously” follow the COVID-19 health restrictions.
Medicine Hat first said in 2015 that it had ended homelessness in its city, but that was based on its own standards because none existed nationally at the time.
Canada’s top soldier joined 630 CHED Wednesday afternoon to discuss where the Canadian Armed Forces is at in a review of sexual misconduct allegations within the institution.
Starting this August, the city-wide default speed limit in Edmonton will be 40 km/h.
Todd Loewen says he is also resigning as chair of Kenney’s United Conservative caucus in order to freely speak his mind.
Kaycee Madu’s comment on his Facebook page Friday was part of his defence of new health restrictions aimed at reversing soaring case rates in Alberta.
Alberta’s Johnson and Johnson vaccine shipment will be directed to the Fort McMurray area and Banff, which are experiencing the highest rates of COVID-19 in the province.
Due to the warm, dry spring weather so far, the City of Edmonton has put on a ban on open burning and fireworks until further notice.