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Alberta confirms students back to school Monday with more COVID-19 tests and masks

Alberta confirms students back to school Monday with more COVID-19 tests and masks

EDMONTON — Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange says grade school students will go back to classes Monday as planned with more medical masks and COVID-19 rapid test kits.
Health alert: Alberta-wide recall of some grocery store combo meals due to salmonella contamination

Health alert: Alberta-wide recall of some grocery store combo meals due to salmonella contamination

Check your fridges!
Drink spiking bigger problem in 2021 than previous years: RCMP

Drink spiking bigger problem in 2021 than previous years: RCMP

“We had a couple more allegations recently, it’s continuing, but we have not been able to prove any conclusively," said Staff Sergeant Mike Buxton-Carr
Flames owners say agreement with Calgary on new arena officially terminated

Flames owners say agreement with Calgary on new arena officially terminated

CALGARY — New arena deal in Calgary has been quashed.
Teens uttering racial slur caught on video and posted to social media

Teens uttering racial slur caught on video and posted to social media

St. Paul Education superintendent confirms an investigation is underway.
Hockey federation investigates incident with Russia's junior team at Calgary airport

Hockey federation investigates incident with Russia's junior team at Calgary airport

CALGARY — Bad behavior by Russia's world junior hockey team does not appear to have resulted in any charges, but the International Ice Hockey Federation says it could still take action.
Federal documents hint at sweeping economic impact from central bank 'digital loonie'

Federal documents hint at sweeping economic impact from central bank 'digital loonie'

OTTAWA — Internal government documents show Finance Department officials believe there could be sweeping implications for the economy if the Bank of Canada ever issued its own cryptocurrency.
Many BlackBerry phones to stop working as company decommissions several services

Many BlackBerry phones to stop working as company decommissions several services

Many of BlackBerry Ltd.'s mobile phones will stop reliably working on Tuesday after the company decommissions several of its services. The Waterloo, Ont.-based business is decommissioning services for BlackBerry 7.
Provinces announce new measures as Omicron fuels rise in COVID cases, hospitalization

Provinces announce new measures as Omicron fuels rise in COVID cases, hospitalization

Provinces are putting new measures in place to deal with an Omicron-fueled rise in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Couple killed after tree falls on house in West Vancouver

Couple killed after tree falls on house in West Vancouver

Victims identified in what police are calling a 'tragic accident'
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