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Alberta justice dismisses doctors' requests to be exempt from vaccine policy

Alberta justice dismisses doctors' requests to be exempt from vaccine policy

Henderson said Alberta Health Services is willing to meet the doctors in court in mid-March to reassess their dismissals once the agency is able to gather enough evidence.
More restrictions, more boosters in provinces today as Omicron threat looms

More restrictions, more boosters in provinces today as Omicron threat looms

Canada reported thousands of new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend as the Omicron variant continued its rapid spread.
A year with long COVID

A year with long COVID

Impacts on youths still unclear, say researchers
Learning to Break the Fake

Learning to Break the Fake

Rotarians get crash course in identifying fake news
Politics versus practicalities: the cross-border battle over Biden's EV tax credits

Politics versus practicalities: the cross-border battle over Biden's EV tax credits

The tax-credit scheme that President Joe Biden is proposing to encourage U.S. consumers to buy more electric vehicles might never be implemented in its current form, say veteran observers of both North America's auto sector and Canada-U.
RCMP report sightings of Millarville fraudsters in Kelowna

RCMP report sightings of Millarville fraudsters in Kelowna

Millarville couple alleged to have defrauded $1.3 M spotted out west
Canada reinstates molecular test for travellers, more restrictions in some provinces

Canada reinstates molecular test for travellers, more restrictions in some provinces

Canada is bringing back a requirement for everyone entering the country to have a pre-arrival negative molecular test result for COVID-19, even if travellers are returning after being away for under 72 hours.
Airdrie resident Lovepreet Deo takes home Premier Council’s Award for disability advocacy

Airdrie resident Lovepreet Deo takes home Premier Council’s Award for disability advocacy

An Airdrie resident who has overcome physical barriers to become an accomplished athlete and advocate for those living with disabilities – namely cerebral palsy - has won a Premier Council’s Award for her public awareness and advocacy efforts.
Senators pass pandemic aid bill after MPs leave for winter break

Senators pass pandemic aid bill after MPs leave for winter break

New round of aid to workers and businesses to cost $7.4 billion.
OPINION: No sense in scrapping disciplinary system for teachers that works — ATA

OPINION: No sense in scrapping disciplinary system for teachers that works — ATA

'By law, the Alberta Teachers' Association must investigate all the complaints it receives.'