Monthly Archives: April, 2021

Scientists say Indian government ignored their warnings amid worsening COVID-19 surge

A forum of scientific advisers set up by the government warned Indian officials in early March of a new and more contagious variant of...

At least 15 COVID-19 patients killed in fire at India hospital: police

Police in western India say at least 15 COVID-19 patients have died when a fire broke out in a hospital early Saturday. Fifty other patients at the...

B.C. family still searching for answers to how healthy 46-year-old dad died of COVID

A grieving Tsawwassen, B.C., woman is fighting for more information about her 46-year-old husband’s COVID-19 related death, after he was found unresponsive in their...

Edmonton Oilers top internal free agent priority is signing Larsson, Shannon says. Not Nugent-Hopkins? Hmm

Breadcrumb Trail Links Cult of Hockey Author of the article: David Staples  •  ...

Oil and gas site allegedly damaged by Edmonton-area man charged in extremism investigation

Article content An oil and gas company whose property was allegedly damaged by an Edmonton-area man arrested in an extremism investigation says the...

Alberta exceeds 2,000 new cases of COVID-19 for second day in a row

Article content For the second day in a row, Alberta reported more than 2,000 new COVID-19 cases. On Friday, 2,007 new cases were reported...

Health Canada to hold back 1st batch of 300K J&J vaccines over ‘quality control issues’

Canada will hold back the first batch of 300,000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccines after learning of a “drug substance” found in the batch,...

AHS releases triage protocol outlining which patients would receive care if ICUs become overwhelmed by COVID-19

Article content Alberta Health Services has released a triage plan for determining who will receive critical care in the event that COVID-19 patients...

Edmonton Convention Centre shelter closure Friday cuts 300 overnight spaces across the shelter system

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Latest round of COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta not enough to curb spread, says local infectious disease expert

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Why a strong Canadian dollar isn’t an excuse to indulge in ‘retail therapy’

The Canadian dollar has come a long way in the past year and its trajectory places it among the strongest currencies of 2021. It has...

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