The federal government is planning to receive more than 1.9 million COVID-19 doses next week, with shipments coming from Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna, and the first from Johnson & Johnson, though future AstraZeneca deliveries remain uncertain.
The family of Adrian Bussoli, whose company is helping in the pandemic by producing masks, gowns and other PPE, is praying for his recovery after he was admitted to hospital last week with a serious case of COVID-19.
The country's chief public health officer says given COVID-19 variants are no longer unique to specific countries and are spreading quickly across the globe, Canada is sticking by its universal approach to travel restrictions.
Education Minister Adriana LaGrange says the group representing Alberta teachers is playing politics with a proposed new kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum and isn't sincere about real bridge-building.
The 2020 Olympics in Tokyo were postponed due to the pandemic. But now they’re a go, and athletes from around the world are preparing to compete in the games that they’ve spent years training toward.
Town council from the largest municipality in Alberta Environment Minister Jason Nixon's constituency is concerned over the province's consultation plans for open-pit coal mining in the Rocky Mountains.