Alberta still leads all provinces in COVID-19 testing but limited supplies mean tests are changing

As of Wednesday evening, Alberta had completed just over 35,000 COVID-19 tests — more than any other province in Canada — but, like many jurisdictions,

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Mixed reaction to province’s review of safe consumption sites across Alberta

Reaction is mixed surrounding the findings of a review of supervised consumption sites released in Calgary on Thursday. A committee appointed by the Alberta

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Coronavirus in Canada: Here’s a timeline of cases across provinces

Public health officials say 24 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus have been diagnosed in Canada so far, with 15 cases reported in Ontario

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Albertans still make the most money, but other provinces are catching up

Most Canadians have seen their incomes rise over the past few years but things have been going in the opposite direction for people living

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Saskatoon Exhibition hosts province’s 1st beavertails franchise – Saskatoon

“It’s just right. It’s perfect,” Jane Ganchar said. She’s biting into a beavertail, a pastry made of baked dough with sugary toppings, at the

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Salmonella prompts recall of Celebrate brand frozen desserts in western provinces

Celebrate brand frozen desserts sold in three western provinces should not be eaten due to Salmonella concerns, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) warned

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B.C. Interior residents say province’s caribou protection plans will lead to forestry job losses

The B.C. government’s efforts to protect the province’s dwindling caribou population is taking pushback from people in the Interior, who say the plan will

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Salad kit recalled in 3 provinces also found in Alberta grocery store

A ready-to-eat salad kit recalled in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Ontario due to possible Listeria contamination has also been spotted in an Alberta grocery

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Health officials investigate salmonella outbreak in 5 provinces

Public health officials in five provinces are investigating a salmonella outbreak that has affected 45 individuals. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) said

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Feds ‘completely on track’ to impose carbon tax despite provinces dropping out

Federal officials say there’ll be no problem adding Manitoba to the growing list of provinces where Ottawa will have to apply a carbon tax —

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