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Expert says Albertans should take first vaccine offered even if premier touts choice

Expert says Albertans should take first vaccine offered even if premier touts choice

Kenney said some people have raised ethical concerns about the AstraZeneca shot because it was created using fetal stem cell lines. Some may also have preferences based on what they've learned about each vaccine's efficacy. 
New study shows wildlife struggle to navigate busy Bow Valley

New study shows wildlife struggle to navigate busy Bow Valley

“We found if Three Sisters builds out and the town of Canmore has a whole bunch of new development, we’re going to see an additional six per cent reduction in connectivity.”
Province warns about aliens in moss balls

Province warns about aliens in moss balls

Destroy any you bought this year, says scientist
Economy blows past expectations, adds 259,000 jobs in February

Economy blows past expectations, adds 259,000 jobs in February

The national unemployment rate fell to 8.2 per cent, the lowest level since March 2020 at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, and down from the 9.4 per cent recorded in January.
Okotoks resident warns against fraudulent RV ads

Okotoks resident warns against fraudulent RV ads

Several people sent to Okotoks address through fake Kijiji ad.
Failure to launch as artifacts found near lake

Failure to launch as artifacts found near lake

New Lac La Biche boat access digs into the past
Alberta 911 fees to increase in September

Alberta 911 fees to increase in September

The 911 levy is expected to bring in $41 million per year, half the cost of the upgrades, and municipalities will need to foot the bill for the other half.
Liberals, Bloc Quebecois join forces to pass revised assisted dying bill

Liberals, Bloc Quebecois join forces to pass revised assisted dying bill

The bill is intended to bring the law into compliance with a 2019 Quebec Superior Court ruling which struck down a provision that allows assisted dying only for intolerably suffering individuals whose natural death is "reasonably foreseeable."
Ottawa won't set new deadline for providing clean water in First Nations communities

Ottawa won't set new deadline for providing clean water in First Nations communities

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised in 2015 to lift all drinking-water advisories by this March. In December, Miller announced that deadline would be missed.
Banff research wolf shot and killed in Montana

Banff research wolf shot and killed in Montana

“This wolf began to show signs of dispersal over the past six months, as it first travelled south into Spray Valley Provincial Park, and into British Columbia, before finally venturing further south."