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Educational check points at Town of Banff entrances to discourage non-essential travel

Educational check points at Town of Banff entrances to discourage non-essential travel

“We love our neighbours from Calgary but this long weekend, we continue to urge you to please stay at home where you’re safe."
Alberta doctors file lawsuit against province after changes to billing

Alberta doctors file lawsuit against province after changes to billing

Alberta to double capital, maintenance and renewal budget for infrastructure

Alberta to double capital, maintenance and renewal budget for infrastructure

Bow Valley wolf pack travelling throughout Banff National Park

Bow Valley wolf pack travelling throughout Banff National Park

“Historically, they’ve denned along the Bow Valley Parkway, but usually we have a Fairholme wolf pack that we haven’t for the last couple of years, so there’s good denning areas on the Fairholme.”
Update: Canada to 'lose more people' to COVID, Trudeau warns; jobless rate surges 40%

Update: Canada to 'lose more people' to COVID, Trudeau warns; jobless rate surges 40%

COVID-19 testing expanded for essential workers, Calgary zone, Albertans living with seniors

COVID-19 testing expanded for essential workers, Calgary zone, Albertans living with seniors

Alberta has 50 new COVID-19 cases; three more people die

Alberta has 50 new COVID-19 cases; three more people die

Dr. Deena Hinshaw reiterated her encouragement for people to be vigilant in the united effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Alberta to more than triple its ICU capacity

Alberta to more than triple its ICU capacity

AHS plans to increase ICU capacity by 1,081 beds for COVID-19 patients by the end of April, if necessary. There are currently 293 ICU beds in the province.
Delivering Prime Times newspaper in changing times

Delivering Prime Times newspaper in changing times

New safety precautions are in place as Alberta Prime Times is delivered to hundreds of seniors' facilities in Edmonton and Calgary, plus distribution in grocery stores, banks and adjacent to other retailers.
Alberta plan to use smartphones to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions

Alberta plan to use smartphones to enforce quarantines raises privacy questions

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