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Province reports 18 new cases of COVID-19, hospitalization rates hold steady

Province reports 18 new cases of COVID-19, hospitalization rates hold steady

Since Friday COVID-19 testing has been available to all Albertans with or without symptoms

RCMP lift shelter advisory in Alberta after they allege officers were shot at

HIGH PRAIRIE, Alta. — RCMP have lifted a warning for people in a northern Alberta community to shelter at home with their doors locked after they allege officers were shot at while responding to an early-morning traffic complaint.
'Makes no sense:' Woman can't fathom why husband, uncle slain on hunting trip

'Makes no sense:' Woman can't fathom why husband, uncle slain on hunting trip

'Little orange dot:' Lone Alberta NDP MP says she offers different perspective

'Little orange dot:' Lone Alberta NDP MP says she offers different perspective

EDMONTON — Not long after she became a member of Parliament last fall, Heather McPherson was at an event with one of her favourite Olympians.
Shumka's dance classes roll through summer

Shumka's dance classes roll through summer

Summertime seniors and adult classes perfect for learning in small spaces
Police see increase in speedy drivers on quieter streets during pandemic

Police see increase in speedy drivers on quieter streets during pandemic

EDMONTON — Lyle Massie takes his bright-orange motorcycle out for a ride around the city once or twice a week. The Edmontonian says he's noticed way more speeding on the roads since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March.
Hinshaw announces COVID-19 testing available to all Albertans

Hinshaw announces COVID-19 testing available to all Albertans

“It will give us really good information as we prepare for Stage Two of relaunch," Hinshaw said
Want a mask with your Big Mac? Alberta handing out masks at drive-thrus

Want a mask with your Big Mac? Alberta handing out masks at drive-thrus

EDMONTON — Alberta is planning to distribute 20 million non-medical masks for free at hundreds of drive-thru fast-food restaurants.
Athabasca doctors to withdraw hospital services

Athabasca doctors to withdraw hospital services

Letter of intent to AHS says they will stay on until pandemic is under control

Death of man after fire at Calgary seniors facility investigated as homicide

CALGARY — Police in Calgary say the death of a man in his late 80s after a fire at a seniors facility last month is being investigated as a homicide. Police say the man died on Wednesday as a result of his injuries.