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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

Updated: Trudeau says air, train travel to be denied for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms

Updated: Trudeau says air, train travel to be denied for anyone with COVID-19 symptoms

"Right now is an absolutely critical time .... We're definitely not out of the woods, we've got to keep going," said Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's chief public health officer
Finding creative ways to stay connected

Finding creative ways to stay connected

Calgary's Journey Club has come up with imaginative and effective ways to keep their social activities going, while remaining safe.
Update: Alberta Opposition wants health minister fired over behaviour

Update: Alberta Opposition wants health minister fired over behaviour

Injured Humboldt Bronco player launches lawsuit against drivers in deadly crash

Injured Humboldt Bronco player launches lawsuit against drivers in deadly crash

Calgary Seniors' Resource Society puts out call for help

Calgary Seniors' Resource Society puts out call for help

Busy resource centre in need of 500 new volunteers to deal with coming surge of seniors in need of help.
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.” 
Vehicle access now banned at Alberta provincial parks and recreation areas

Vehicle access now banned at Alberta provincial parks and recreation areas

Alberta renters can’t be evicted before May 1 for non-payment

Alberta renters can’t be evicted before May 1 for non-payment

Rent is not allowed to increase while Alberta’s state of emergency remains in effect and effective April 1 late fees cannot be applied to late rent payments for the next three months.