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Alberta’s chief medical officer of health will give a COVID-19 update Monday afternoon after daily and active cases hit pandemic highs multiple times last week.
Your dreams of a sunny vacation can still come true, even as COVID-19 travel restrictions continue. Swoop Airlines is offering three non-stop flights from Edmonton this winter.
Members of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees (AUPE) walked off the job Monday morning to protest what it says are dangerous cuts to Alberta’s health care system.
Fabricland has closed its west Edmonton store, after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19.
An employee who last worked at a west Edmonton Lowe’s on Oct. 18 has tested positive for COVID-19.
An employee at a Real Canadian Superstore in southeast Edmonton has tested positive for COVID-19.
Professional boxer Jelena Mrdjenovich is preparing for a fight in an L.A. bubble later this year, without someone who has been in her corner for 19 years.
The province reported 432 cases of the coronavirus Friday, a sum that increased active cases to 3,651.
An Edmonton-based graphic designer is sharing his work in a new way, thanks in part to the coronavirus pandemic.
Families enrolled with Edmonton Catholic Schools have made their learning plans for the rest of this school year.
The University of Alberta will require everyone to wear non-medical face masks inside.
On Thursday, Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Deena Hinshaw announced Edmonton zone hospitals will postpone non-urgent surgeries due to the rise in hospitalizations and health care workers forced to quarantine.
Seventeen more patients and two more staff have caught COVID-19 from an outbreak at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre.
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