Unique project honours 100 years since first woman elected to Edmonton city council

On Dec. 12, 1921, Izena Ross made history when she became Edmonton’s first female city councillor. In the past 100

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Payroll ‘chaos’: Thousands of Alberta government workers missing pay after tech problems

A new payroll system put into place for Government of Alberta workers has left many of them short money after

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Ontario to delay 2nd vaccine dose until 42 days due to Pfizer shipment delivery pause

The Ontario government is extending the window for the second dose of COVID-19 vaccinations in order to account for Pfizer-BioNtech

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COVID-19: Easing Alberta’s public health restrictions could diminish public trust, compliance

A perceived “flip flop” in Alberta’s COVID-19 public health policy is being celebrated by many in the businesses community who

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Nick Mantas elected to Toronto council in Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt byelection: unofficial results

Months after Jim Karygiannis was removed from his position as Ward 22 Scarborough-Agincourt councillor through successive court decisions over the

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Alberta inquiry on oil sector under fire for commissioned reports skeptical of climate change

Reports commissioned by a provincial inquiry looking into how critics of Alberta’s oil sector are funded are by and large

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All of Toronto’s long-term care homes have held clinics offering 1st COVID-19 vaccine dose

All 87 long-term care homes in Toronto have now held immunization clinics where staff and residents have been able to

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Specialist calls Alberta easing some COVID-19 restrictions ‘cautious, safer, lower risk’

An infectious disease specialist says Alberta seems to be taking a more focused, cautious approach to easing a few COVID-19

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