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Update: Alberta doctors send letter asking government to delay health-care restructuring

Update: Alberta doctors send letter asking government to delay health-care restructuring

No positive cases of COVID-19 on Alberta reserves

No positive cases of COVID-19 on Alberta reserves

“So far we have been very fortunate and there are no cases on reserves. Most chiefs have been very proactive out there, they have good plans and checkpoints going into reserves.”
Fairy tales serve as filter to unpack the human experience in Fawcett's latest book

Fairy tales serve as filter to unpack the human experience in Fawcett's latest book

“It’s a good jumping-off point for creativity. I think there’s something universal that’s examined in fairy tales and that curiosity about why things are the way they are.”
Fifty-three people in Alberta have now recovered from COVID-19

Fifty-three people in Alberta have now recovered from COVID-19

The province reported 79 new cases of COVID-19
Alberta temporarily reduces K-12 funds for services that won't be used in at-home learning

Alberta temporarily reduces K-12 funds for services that won't be used in at-home learning

Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

Alberta announces renter protections during COVID-19 pandemic

"We want to be clear – as of today, no one will be facing immediate eviction from their home for non-payment of rent or utilities owed to the landlord. Additionally, tenants will not face increasing financial pressure from rent increases, or fees for late rent payments."
Alberta restricts vehicle access to provincial parks and recreation areas

Alberta restricts vehicle access to provincial parks and recreation areas

"We understand the need to get outdoors, but now is not the time to visit our provincial parks and recreation areas without abiding by common-sense public health and safety measures."
Alberta government announces tourism tax relief for hotels

Alberta government announces tourism tax relief for hotels

The province estimates by delaying collection of the provincial tourism levy until the end of August, it will free up $5 million for the hotel industry
Alberta announces more 'aggressive' measures as cases of COVID-19 continue to climb

Alberta announces more 'aggressive' measures as cases of COVID-19 continue to climb

“We know that these measures may need to be in place for many weeks, or even months. This is a delicate balance and we are implementing the restrictions that appear right for the situation in Alberta.” 
Iron Goat to offer free meals to help out Food and Friends

Iron Goat to offer free meals to help out Food and Friends

Thanks to Canmore's Iron Goat, the popular Monday night Food and Friends community meal will continue to be able to provide takeout meals that will now be delivered