3 new COVID-19 outbreaks identified in Calgary as city awaits decision on relaunch

Three more COVID-19 outbreaks have been identified in Calgary, as the city awaits a decision from the province as to whether it will be safe

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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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Canadian women’s basketball coach supports COC decision to pull out of Olympics

The head coach of Canada’s senior women’s basketball team is disappointed her squad won’t be competing on the world’s biggest stage this summer —

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Coronavirus: Alberta athletes reacts to Team Canada’s decision to not attend Tokyo Games

The Canadian Olympic Committee announced Sunday that it would not send athletes to the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo due to the

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What the decision to call the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic means for Canada and the world

The World Health Organization’s decision to classify the coronavirus outbreak as a pandemic has implications for every country in the world, but experts say

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COVID-19: Halifax mayor calls cancellation of IIHF hockey championships ‘the right decision’ – Halifax

As fear mounts that the coronavirus could turn into a global pandemic, international events like the IIHF women’s world hockey championships are being cancelled.

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First Nation chief and Alberta’s Kenney government in war of words as Teck oil mine decision nears

Alberta’s Indigenous relations minister says a last-minute war of words with a First Nations leader over a multibillion-dollar oilsands mine is a case of

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Ottawa and Alberta’s delicate dance as Teck Frontier mine decision rears its head

This article is part of CBC News’ Minority Report newsletter, which is your weekly tip-sheet to help you navigate the parliamentary waters of a minority government. Sign

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Lethbridge firefighters concerned by Alberta’s decision to allow 12-storey wooden buildings – Lethbridge

Firefighters across the province are sounding the alarm and asking the Alberta government to hit pause on a building code change. The change will

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Top court’s TMX decision a ‘slap-down’ for B.C., Alberta government says

The Alberta government has declared victory after the Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed British Columbia’s attempt to block the Trans Mountain expansion project,

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