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Some employees of a pork processing plant in central Alberta that shut down after a COVID-19 outbreak at the facility are afraid to go back to work, the union president says.
Edmonton's mayor said he doesn't know why it's taking so long for the province to renew an act allowing peace officers to enforce provincial public health orders.
It's still five months away but the producer of one of Edmonton's most beloved summer festivals doesn’t believe Edmonton Folk Fest will go ahead this year.
There are 19 cases of the COVID-19 variant at an Edmonton retirement home, Dr. Deena Hinshaw said Wednesday afternoon.
"No high-intensity workouts? … I don't know what that means," was gym-goer Nick Troung's reaction to hearing Alberta was relaxing rules in fitness centres on Monday.
Confusion continues after the Alberta government eased restrictions on Monday to allow for workouts like pilates, indoor climbing and tai chi.
An Edmonton company is gearing up to offer what it believes is the world’s fastest COVID-19 detection test, and it eliminates the need for a nasal swab.
Alberta approved more gym activities Monday as part of the provinces Step 2 coronavirus reopening plan - causing both excitement for gym-goers and confusion over what exactly was allowed.
A west Edmonton retirement and assisted living community took a lighthearted take on the start of vaccinations on Monday.
Alberta continued to ease COVID-19 restrictions on Monday as cases of the variant and the positivity rate tick up.
Unable to actually travel during the pandemic, some Edmontonians have been visiting other parts of the world virtually by way of online fitness classes offered by the city.
Alberta reported 301 cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, and 29 cases of the B.1.1.7 UK variant.
Alberta's rate of daily new cases of COVID-19 continued a gradual upward trend on Saturday with the province reporting 415 new infections.
Two downtown Edmonton businesses were found vandalized on Friday with messages telling the stores to remain closed.
Two of the three deaths are connected to the Olymel meatpacking plant in Red Deer, Alberta Health said.
Budget 2021 predicts Alberta's economy will return to pre-pandemic levels by 2022 – if one thing goes according to plan.
Three Albertans under the age of 50 are among the eight deaths the province is reporting on Thursday along with 399 new cases.
Social media users praised the work of an Edmonton man Wednesday who shared a workaround to a glitch on the province's online vaccine sign up form.
Alberta recorded its largest daily increase in new COVID-19 cases since near the start of the month with 430 new infections reported on Wednesday.
CTVNewsEdmonton.ca has everything you need to know about receiving the vaccines in Edmonton, including locations, how to register, and who is next in line.
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