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The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on April 17

The latest developments on COVID-19 in Canada on April 17

No new deaths in Alberta but there are 239 new cases of COVID-19 in the province
Liberals pledge financial aid to sectors of economy hit hard by COVID-19

Liberals pledge financial aid to sectors of economy hit hard by COVID-19

Trudeau says $1.7B coming for orphaned-well cleanups
Freeze carbon tax, delay new climate regs during virus crisis, oil lobby asks

Freeze carbon tax, delay new climate regs during virus crisis, oil lobby asks

China's virus death toll revised up sharply after review

China's virus death toll revised up sharply after review

RV owners helping essential workers self-isolate, protect their family members

RV owners helping essential workers self-isolate, protect their family members

Lac La Biche doctors say they will quit hospital duties due to GOA wage cuts

Lac La Biche doctors say they will quit hospital duties due to GOA wage cuts

Emergency and obstetrics services could be impacted if doctors drop hospitlal shifts
Neighbours in St. Albert organize community 'pub crawl' for twins' 18th birthday

Neighbours in St. Albert organize community 'pub crawl' for twins' 18th birthday

Residents pull together a birthday for Mikayla and Hunter Vanderkracht they will never forget
Grizzly bears eating grain contaminated with heavy metals and hydrocarbons

Grizzly bears eating grain contaminated with heavy metals and hydrocarbons

Researcher studied when grizzly bears most often travelled along the train tracks in Banff and Yoho national parks
COVID-19's impact on nursing homes 'more severe' than expected: Trudeau

COVID-19's impact on nursing homes 'more severe' than expected: Trudeau

Banff townsite may ban visitors if warnings to stay away are ignored

Banff townsite may ban visitors if warnings to stay away are ignored

“Obviously, many, many of our regional friends understand the severity of this virus and chose to stay away. We want to thank those in the region who are the doing the right thing – and that’s easily the vast majority of day-trippers.”