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'The Moose' in print

'The Moose' in print

He retired more than a decade-and-a-half ago, and decided now is the perfect time to tell the world his story and his thoughts on success.
Nurses happy after striking deal with province: union

Nurses happy after striking deal with province: union

“Most members that I'm hearing from are relieved and looking forward to just putting this chapter behind them,” Shima said Orissa Shima, a nurse at the Sturgeon Community Hospital and president of the local nurses' union.
Bonnyville physician weighs in on local medical staff shortages

Bonnyville physician weighs in on local medical staff shortages

'The solutions are complex. This crisis of healthcare workers, and I mean to include everyone... has been longstanding in rural Alberta for decades,’ said Dr. Webster.
No increase in traffic injuries following cannabis legalization, study shows

No increase in traffic injuries following cannabis legalization, study shows

The study reviewed Alberta and Ontario emergency department data.
St. Paul hospital puts pause on surgical services

St. Paul hospital puts pause on surgical services

On Tuesday, AHS announced surgical services in St. Paul were put on pause until Jan. 4.
Cougars, wolves given secure space to hunt

Cougars, wolves given secure space to hunt

“To be frank, it’s critical for people to believe in this, and if we really care about our mandate, we’ll leave some space for wildlife to do what they need to do.”
Liberals delay new regulations to lower price of medicines in Canada

Liberals delay new regulations to lower price of medicines in Canada

The regulations were supposed to come into force at the beginning of January, but have been pushed back to July 1, 2022.
Military sex response centre facing more calls for help after year of allegations

Military sex response centre facing more calls for help after year of allegations

Sexual Misconduct Response Centre executive director Denise Preston said she has been pushing the Armed Forces to provide more information about incidents of sexual misconduct in the ranks so the response centre can provide better oversight, but that military commanders have resisted on privacy grounds.
COVID-19 might have lasting impacts on the way Canada handles immigration: minister

COVID-19 might have lasting impacts on the way Canada handles immigration: minister

On Thursday, Fraser announced the government surpassed its ambitious immigration target of 401,000 new permanent residents for 2021 — the most newcomers in a year in Canada's history. 
Users of Access to Information Act complain of delays, secrecy, inconsistencies

Users of Access to Information Act complain of delays, secrecy, inconsistencies

People who use the system complained that exemptions and exclusions were “excessively applied,” preventing the disclosure of relevant government information. 
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