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Canadian insurance plans leave millions without drug coverage: report

Canadian insurance plans leave millions without drug coverage: report

About 7.5 million Canadians have to pay out-of-pocket because they are uninsured, and may cover these costs by "borrowing money or trading off food, heat, rent or other health care expenses."
Solar showcase returns to Alberta

Solar showcase returns to Alberta

10th annual free online conference on renewable power
Cold weather, control work 'crushing' Alberta mountain pine beetle

Cold weather, control work 'crushing' Alberta mountain pine beetle

“It’s been a real concerted effort on the part of forestry and other ministries to battle with the pine beetle but getting help from Mother Nature with a few good cold snaps has helped, too.”
The great breakaway: why teams are leaving the AJHL to join B.C. league

The great breakaway: why teams are leaving the AJHL to join B.C. league

“You’re seeing this movement at all levels of hockey … where elite players are looking at the most efficient way of moving to the next level."
Primary care 'crumbling around us,' survey of Alberta doctors shows

Primary care 'crumbling around us,' survey of Alberta doctors shows

Family medicine in Alberta is no longer on the brink of collapse, "it's crumbling around us as we speak," Dr. Paul Parks, president of the Alberta Medical Association.
Sabres take bronze at John Reid tournament

Sabres take bronze at John Reid tournament

Team earns fourth medal in event's 45-year history
BREAKING: Shots fired, Molotov cocktail thrown at Edmonton city hall

BREAKING: Shots fired, Molotov cocktail thrown at Edmonton city hall

One man is in custody and no injuries have been reported
Uncertainty looms over future of St. Albert Visitor Welcome Centre

Uncertainty looms over future of St. Albert Visitor Welcome Centre

Contract between city, chamber of commerce expires at end of April
CPP disability recipients fear losing benefit under Alberta pension

CPP disability recipients fear losing benefit under Alberta pension

The province says that an Alberta plan would need to have an equivalent or superior benefit in order to comply with the Canada Pension Plan Act.
St. Albert woman refs the first Professional Women's Hockey League game

St. Albert woman refs the first Professional Women's Hockey League game

Senuk drops puck on a new era of women's professional hockey
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