Lethbridge has seen 32 drug-related deaths since the supervised consumption site closed last summer. EMS responses are also up over 2020.
RBC reported last week that Alberta’s GDP dropped by 8.2% last year, the worst performance the province has ever seen.
Earlier this month, the federal government jointly announced funding with the Alberta government for 362 housing projects in 95 communities within Alberta. These projects will repair and upgrade housing for seniors and low-income families. Calgary will receive just under $5.7 million in federal funding for 68 projects and Edmonton will receive $5.3 million for 33 […]
They gave top marks for security and safety, relationships with staff, and their own autonomy. The gave bottom marks for meals, access to internet and technology, and recreational opportunities.
Last year, the Alberta government approved lending $1.25 billion to the Sturgeon Refinery. Then increased it to $1.5 billion. Now, they’re upping it by another $300 million.
If passed, the referendum ultimately will change nothing for Alberta and will cost us over a million dollars in the process.
UCP is at their lowest level of support since being elected. They’re closer to the Wildrose in the polls than they are to the NDP.
Full-time jobs were up by 51,000. Part-time jobs were down by 10,100.
AHS recently reduced hospital surgical, emergency, and acute care services in 5 communities in northern and central Alberta because of physician and nursing shortages.
Lethbridge has seen a record number of drug-related deaths since ARCHES was forced to shut down its supervised consumption site last summer.