(NC) Canadians are born explorers. With most of us cooped up at home due to physical distancing guidelines, warmer weather can now mean it’s time to head outside. Fortunately, we have endless kilometres of land to explore across our beautiful nation, but our next escape can even be as close as our own backyards. Here are some tips to reclaim the outdoors while staying safe: […]
Alberta reported another 47 cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total provincial cases to date to 6,300. Of that number, 4,659 (74%) Albertans have recovered, and 117 (1.85%) have died, leaving 1,524 recorded active cases in Alberta. There are currently 73 in hospital, 12 of those in intensive care units. […]
Alberta’s UCP government was struck a task force to provide recommendations to the government on the future of student transportation across the province. The UCP says the focus will be on a number of issues, including student safety, costs, eligibility, partner collaboration and the responsibilities of school authorities and industry partners.
Alberta lost 243,800 jobs in April, following 117,100 job losses in March. Friday’s news that Alberta’s unemployment of 13.4% in April, among the highest in Canada, has the Canadian Taxpayers Federation warning politicians that those numbers show Albertans can’t afford tax hikes. […]
Alberta’s NDP Official Opposition are looking for the UCP to cut Albertans a break on auto insurance during the pandemic and called on the government Friday to introduce relief from rising automobile insurance costs. […]
The Government of Alberta says its new $40,000 Collaborative Online Resources and Education (CORE) online hub will coordinate community services for older Albertans and seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. […]
(NC) Safeguarding against scams can be a challenge. This is especially true during difficult periods like we are experiencing now. The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a lot of uncertainty and worry – the very things that fraudsters thrive on. […]