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Second-degree murder charges in shooting deaths of two Alberta men on rural road

BONNYVILLE, Alta. — Police have laid charges in the fatal shooting of two men on a rural road in eastern Alberta last week. Anthony Bilodeau, who is 31 and from Glendon, Alta.
Updated: Glendon man charged with two counts of murder

Updated: Glendon man charged with two counts of murder

Alberta doctors warn forcing changes to physician funding framework could 'kill'

Alberta doctors warn forcing changes to physician funding framework could 'kill'

“Now is the worst time to force these changes through because we need to be 100 per cent focused on COVID-19 and keeping our patients safe and keeping our doctors safe,” said Vesta Michelle Warren, a doctor with the Sundre Medical Clinic.
COVID-19-related closures and changes for Edmonton and Calgary

COVID-19-related closures and changes for Edmonton and Calgary

The Best Offense Against COVID-19 is a Good Defense

The Best Offense Against COVID-19 is a Good Defense

Take common sense measures to beat the virus
'Inappropriate behaviour:' Alberta warns of prescription abuse during COVID

'Inappropriate behaviour:' Alberta warns of prescription abuse during COVID

EDMONTON — Alberta's chief medical officer is warning of prescription-dispensing abuse for drugs that are possibly, but not conclusively, linked to fighting COVID-19.
Guide to which Alberta businesses can stay open and which are closed

Guide to which Alberta businesses can stay open and which are closed

A look at the list issued by the provincial government due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Convention centre to house homeless in Calgary during COVID-19 pandemic

Convention centre to house homeless in Calgary during COVID-19 pandemic

Calgary's mayor says organizers have done an extraordinary job transforming a downtown convention centre into a temporary homeless shelter during the COVID-19 pandemic, but he believes hotel rooms would have been a better option.
Alberta confirms 117 new cases of COVID-19, two more deaths

Alberta confirms 117 new cases of COVID-19, two more deaths

“The hard truth is things will get worse before they get better,” said Premier Jason Kenney, as he announced rapid COVID-19 testing coming to Alberta
Childcare expanded to all Alberta essential workers

Childcare expanded to all Alberta essential workers

Premier Jason Kenney announces childcare spots to be opened for grocery store clerks, taxi drivers, first responders among more