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Alberta says first shipment of kid's pain reliever has arrived, will go to hospitals

Alberta says first shipment of kid's pain reliever has arrived, will go to hospitals

The Alberta government says its first shipment of children's pain reliever it ordered has arrived and will be distributed to hospitals immediately.
Ramadan inspires a Moroccan-spiced lamb-chickpea soup

Ramadan inspires a Moroccan-spiced lamb-chickpea soup

After sunset during Ramadan, the daily fast customarily ends by eating dates. Then the Iftar meal begins with some kind of soup, satisfying hunger and quenching thirst at the same time.
Affordability payment portal now open

Affordability payment portal now open

Beginning January 18, eligible Alberta parents and seniors can apply to receive $600 in affordability payments over six months.
Oilers win fourth straight by dumping Kraken 5-2

Oilers win fourth straight by dumping Kraken 5-2

The Edmonton Oilers are finally starting to find a way to hang on to their leads.
Postmedia to move 12 Alberta papers to digital-only, will make layoffs

Postmedia to move 12 Alberta papers to digital-only, will make layoffs

TORONTO — Postmedia is moving a dozen of its Alberta community newspapers to digital-only formats, eyeing more outsourcing deals for printing and laying off workers.
COVID long-haulers face stigma as well as lingering symptoms, study shows

COVID long-haulers face stigma as well as lingering symptoms, study shows

Researchers find association between high levels of stigma, persistent symptoms, reduced physical function, and disability at work.
Winterscapes return to spark wintry creativity for another year

Winterscapes return to spark wintry creativity for another year

Here's another way to embrace being a 'winter city', Edmonton.
Stores launch Lunar New Year sales during typically slow shopping season

Stores launch Lunar New Year sales during typically slow shopping season

When Madelyn Chung was growing up, just a handful of stores had Lunar New Year displays. It felt like a special homage to her Chinese culture.
Romance scams a sure way to lose your heart and your wallet

Romance scams a sure way to lose your heart and your wallet

A cautionary tale from one who's been scammed, and reminders on how to avoid becoming a victim of the myriad online and phone scams now circulating.
Smith says no COVID-19 pardons because Canadian system doesn't work like the U.S.

Smith says no COVID-19 pardons because Canadian system doesn't work like the U.S.

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says she is no longer pursuing amnesty for COVID-19 health-rule violators because Canada doesn’t work that way.