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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.
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Minutes after the COVID-19 vaccine booking portal for Albertans 75 and older opened Wednesday morning, it crashed.
Alberta’s COVID-19 situation is still precarious, except in some of the most vulnerable places.
Alberta's chief medical officer of health says restrictions could be eased on March 1 if the province decides to move ahead with Step 2 of its reopening plan that day.
Alberta reported 273 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday after completing 6,100 tests, bringing the positivity rate in the province to 4.5 per cent.
Alberta's chief medical officer of health will deliver the province's COVID-19 update in person for the first time since Thursday.
While their pastor remained held at an Edmonton correctional facility, more congregants than maybe ever before gathered for service at GraceLife Church on Sunday.
On Thursday it's budget day in Alberta, a time that will cruelly and ironically remind residents that last year's projected eye-popping $6.8-billion deficit was actually the good old days.
On the same day new federal modelling showed COVID-19 variants could contribute to a resurgence in new cases, Alberta’s case numbers remained steady.
Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro says he believes it's safe to move forward with the province's staged reopening plan as COVID-19 case numbers trend downward.
Alberta detected 415 more cases of COVID-19 on Thursday, including 14 new variant infections.
A pastor west of Edmonton remains in custody on Wednesday after he was charged with breaking Alberta's Public Health Act and refusing to agree to the conditions of his release, RCMP said.
Enforcement officers handed out five COVID-19-related tickets and more than 50 warnings last week.
There’s been a “small, but significant” increase in the number of people unwilling to cooperate with the province’s contact tracers, mainly by ignoring and not returning phone calls, Alberta’s top doctor said Wednesday.
Parks Canada is allowing businesses to use the sidewalk or parking spaces outside their own premises for seating or product display in Jasper this year from April to October.
Spread of the COVID-19 B.1.1.7 variant continued in Alberta over the Family Day long weekend, with the province confirming 50 new cases.
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