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Partial deal reached between feds and provinces on AgriStability

Partial deal reached between feds and provinces on AgriStability

“It’s something that we as Alberta and other provinces are going to want to make sure that they get the best deal possible for their farmers."
Kenney says Alberta didn't prep carbon tax fallback plan, was hoping to win in court

Kenney says Alberta didn't prep carbon tax fallback plan, was hoping to win in court

Kenney said Alberta is looking at many options, including the New Brunswick model or perhaps Quebec’s cap-and-trade system.
BREAKING: More COVID-19 cases identified at EPC

BREAKING: More COVID-19 cases identified at EPC

More cases in addition to two announced March 24
Alberta sets new high for variant COVID-19 cases, with 325 detected Friday

Alberta sets new high for variant COVID-19 cases, with 325 detected Friday

Variant cases made up nearly half of the 717 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Alberta on Friday.
Opposition leaders urged to speed up bill to ensure safe election during pandemic

Opposition leaders urged to speed up bill to ensure safe election during pandemic

While he insisted the government remains focused on steering the country through the pandemic, LeBlanc noted an election could be triggered at any time in a minority Parliament.
Alberta considering its options after Supreme Court ruling on carbon tax: Kenney

Alberta considering its options after Supreme Court ruling on carbon tax: Kenney

“We’ll continue to fight to defend our exclusive provincial power to regulate our resource industries.”
Alberta health minister says he regrets dismissing bitterness of year-long doctor fight

Alberta health minister says he regrets dismissing bitterness of year-long doctor fight

"I truly want to move forward together for the sake of patients and all Albertans," he wrote in a letter to Alberta Medical Association president Dr. Paul Boucher.
Industry minister foresees biomanufacturing revival, including vaccines — eventually

Industry minister foresees biomanufacturing revival, including vaccines — eventually

In a speech Wednesday at the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, Champagne said he hopes a COVID-19 vaccine can be produced at home in the "medium term" as a federal investment strategy begins to bear fruit.
Alberta reports 764 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday

Alberta reports 764 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday

"The number one riskiest activity is living in a household with someone who's infectious," Hinshaw said. "There is no other activity that even comes close to that proportion of our new cases.”
Changes to assisted dying law reckless, MP Cooper says

Changes to assisted dying law reckless, MP Cooper says

St. Albert-Edmonton MP Michael Cooper describes changes to the new medical assistance in dying (MAID) law that include allowing mental illness to be a sole underlying cause as the height of recklessness.