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Four months since the province first counted its first case of COVID-19, the chief medical officer of health says the virus is beginning to spread quicker again.
Responding to complaints about a lack of physical distancing on the weekend, the Town of Sylvan Lake said that all Albertans must do their part to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The Edmonton Oilers will be back on the ice Monday for the first day of return-to-play training camp. Thirty-three players have been invited, including five goaltenders, 10 defencemen and 18 forwards.
Another 20-million free non-medical masks from the Alberta government are now available at select McDonald's, A&W and Tim Hortons drive-thrus.
Edmonton Oilers defenceman Mike Green has opted out of the National Hockey League return to play program.
Three more people have tested positive for COVID-19 at Edmonton’s Misericordia hospital.
The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is officially underway in Old Strathcona with a scaled down version of the popular event. After 25 years of having artwork displayed on the street, it’s now behind glass being showcased at businesses in the area.
Alberta has the second-worst provincial unemployment rate in Canada after Newfoundland and Labrador.
Aside from the Apple flaws, Alberta’s contact-tracing app has received an 'excellent' grading from the provincial privacy commissioner.
The Whyte Avenue Art Walk is taking a creative approach to comply with public health guidelines while still displaying local artists' work.
Another Albertan has died due to COVID-19 as the case count rose by 46 on Wednesday to a total of 8,482.
Jamie Erickson received MacEwan University's President’s Medal Wednesday for her accomplishments in academics, student leadership, and community activity.
This will likely mean cuts to services the city provides like waste collection, transit and recreation facilities and programs.
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