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A new portrait series is highlighting the extraordinary efforts of health-care professionals and documenting the emotional and mental impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A local emergency room physician and former leader of the Alberta Liberal Party is sharing what it was like to have COVID-19 — and how he felt guilt and shame for contracting it.
After setting new records for daily and active cases and hospitalizations multiple times this week, Alberta broke yet another COVID-19 milestone on Friday.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney took aim at those questioning the reality of COVID-19 and refusing to wear masks during a Facebook live stream on Thursday night.
While the premier has assured Albertans the province is “not anywhere” near needing to call in the Canadian Red Cross for COVID-19 help, doctors don’t have the luxury of not preparing for the possibility that could change.
When it comes to enforcing COVID-19-related public health restrictions in Edmonton, the mayor says the time for education is over.
The three Prairie provinces have become the epicentre of COVID-19's second wave in Canada - surpassing Ontario and Quebec, the two most populous provinces that were initially the hardest hit.
Despite being the most vaccine-hesitant province in Canada, at least one health expert expects more Albertans will want to be vaccinated as rollouts happen around the globe.
Alberta Health Services has reached out to the Canadian Red Cross for potential help managing COVID-19’s strain on its health-care system, the provincial government has confirmed.
Face shields and goggles are no longer just an added protection, but a necessary one, for frontline workers, says Alberta Health Services.
William Shatner, the Canadian who played the iconic commander in “Star Trek” has taken to Twitter to urge Alberta use the federal app.
More than 400,000 seniors and staff in continuing care homes and frontline workers will get the COVID-19 vaccine between January and April, the Alberta government announced Wednesday.
Forty per cent of Albertans were having trouble managing debt this year according to the 2020 Consumer Debt Report from the Credit Counselling Society.
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