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There are currently 1,124 active cases across the province, with the majority in the Edmonton and Calgary zones.
The Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta says jury selection and jury trials will resume next month, but most won't be in courtrooms.
The number of active cases of COVID-19 in Alberta continues to trend downwards, according to the latest provincial numbers released Wednesday. With 94 new cases reported, there are now 1,146 active cases across the province.
Public health officials have been warning about a recent increase in hospitalizations due to COVID-19, and new data from Alberta Health reveals just how long those sick with the disease are staying in hospital.
Central Alberta has seen a significant surge in COVID-19 cases over the past month, with concentrated outbreaks in two areas in particular.
Low uptake in the federal government's programs for small businesses has Alberta's chapter of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) calling for immediate changes to how that aid is handed out.
"I know that people are excited to get outside," Dr. Deena Hinshaw, Alberta's chief medical officer, said Thursday. "But we must keep in mind that after Canada Day, we saw several events that resulted in the spread of COVID-19 amongst friends and families.
... on the provincial website shows that there have been 10,390 confirmed cases in Alberta. Editor's Choice: The First Ever Treatment For COVID-19 Was Just Approved In Canada (VIDEO) Of those cases, 110 were confirmed on Friday, July 24 with an additional ...
Family members of residents at Millrise Seniors Village in Calgary are expressing their frustration over the premier's photo-op at the beleaguered long-term care home on Friday.
Alberta health officials have identified 111 new cases in the province’s latest 24-hour stretch, after completing 8,735 tests for COVID-19. It marks the eighth day of the past nine that officials have announced at least 100 cases.