Implying that carpooling is responsible for the outbreak is a way for Cargill to move blame for the outbreak away from the company and onto the workers.
According to the AMA, 400 clinics in Alberta are laying off support staff or considering closing. Here are some of them.
On 11 April 2020, the Government of Alberta announced that they’d be sending millions of masks to BC, Ontario & Québec. Now, healthcare workers say they’re left with poor quality masks.
Earlier this week, the provincial government announced new appointments to the board of directors for the Agriculture Financial Services Corporation:
Alberta announced that they’ll spend $5 million to hire 200 firefighters this wildfire season. But they just cut their budget by $23M.
Did you know that Keystone XL isn’t the only oil and gas project that the UCP government plans to spend over $1 billion on?
Last week, Alberta announced $5 million to “support food banks and community organizations in their food supply efforts”. This sounds like a lot, but we must keep it in context.
The education minister is trying to suggest that Alberta is maintaining spending, assuaging fears that they’re making spending cuts to education.
I recently encountered a thread on Twitter outlining several myths that the Alberta health minister keeps perpetuating as he continues fighting against doctors.
The Alberta government released their March 2020 job numbers yesterday, and—unsurprisingly—they don’t look good. Last month, Alberta lost over 117,000 jobs: 73,600 part-time jobs and 43,500 full-time jobs.