New mental health support program available through University of Alberta

The COVID-19 pandemic has created increased concerns about mental health, and a new program from the University of Alberta looks to provide support in

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Alberta environmentalists oppose possible crane, swan hunting season

Alberta environmentalists are opposing the provincial government’s consideration of a hunting season for sandhill cranes and tundra swans. “There doesn’t seem to be the

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Watch the latest COVID-19 updates on CBC TV for Alberta and Saskatchewan for April 3, 2020

The latest on the COVID-19 situation from Edmonton, Calgary and Saskatchewan. Source link [addm2p url=””] [Prosperity] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS

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Alberta school divisions find workarounds to dodge or delay layoffs

School divisions across Alberta are juggling their budgets to try to avoid, delay or reduce worker layoffs in response to a provincial budget cut.

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What to do in Alberta if you have a medical emergency not related to COVID-19

Alberta Health Services has cancelled all elective and non-urgent surgeries to devote more resources to an expected increase of COVID-19 patients, but what happens

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Watch the latest COVID-19 updates on CBC TV for Alberta and Saskatchewan for April 2, 2020

The latest on the COVID-19 situation from Edmonton, Calgary and Saskatchewan. Source link [addm2p url=””] [Prosperity] USA News Headlines [su_feed url=”http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_us.rss” limit=”20″] ABC NEWS

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Alberta suspends environmental reporting requirements over COVID crisis

Alberta has suspended environmental reporting requirements for industry. The move comes in a ministerial order signed on Tuesday by Environment Minister Jason Nixon.

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Citing pandemic, Alberta suspends environmental reporting rules

The Alberta government has suspended a number of environmental reporting requirements through a ministerial order signed by environment minister Jason Nixon, saying industry is likely to

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Why Alberta is throwing billions behind the Keystone XL pipeline

With the energy sector still reeling from weeks of economic turmoil, Alberta’s United Conservative government announced Tuesday it is throwing its financial heft behind the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The

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Alberta education minister will not reverse decision on layoffs amid COVID-19 pandemic

Alberta’s education minister, in her first public comments since laying off more than 20,000 people in an email on the weekend, resisted Opposition calls

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