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Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 20:35
Two Edmonton Remand Centre inmates have tested positive for COVID-19 as the virus’s spread worsens outside jail walls. A total of 15 inmates at the northwest Edmonton jail — the largest correctional facility in Canada — have contracted the virus since the pandemic began, Alberta Health Services spokesman Kerry Williamson said. Six of those cases […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 19:39
The majority of City of Edmonton employees experiencing discrimination or concerning behaviours aren’t taking action to address it, according to this year’s workforce survey. Employee services deputy city manager Kim Armstrong said this is an area where the city needs to improve in order to address all employee concerns, no matter the severity, and provide […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 18:19
Edmontonians are being overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic with hundreds of families struggling with substance use and finding enough to eat, says the director of a non-profit collaborative. Corinne Saad, director of C5: Collaborative for Change, said during her presentation at Thursday’s Edmonton Police Commission that the pandemic exacerbated the city’s existing social issues such […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 17:55
The Chuckegg Creek wildfire that forced communities across northern Alberta to evacuate last May continued to smoulder until earlier this month. Victoria Oostendorf, wildfire information officer for the High Level region, issued an update Thursday stating the wildfire was officially extinguished on Oct. 13. The Chuckegg Creek wildfire was started by a lightning strike on […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 17:29
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is on a short list of government officials approved for expedited COVID-19 testing, while other MLAs – including Municipal Affairs Minister Tracy Allard – have to wait days for results. The premier, who has tested negative for the virus, is in self-isolation after coming in close contact with Allard last Thursday. […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 17:05
Investment in Edmonton’s rental market went from red hot to ice cold in the first six months of 2020, a new report shows. “There was over $500 million in apartment transactions in the first quarter,” says Matthew Boukall, vice-president of product management for data solutions at Altus Group. “That’s the highest dollar volume we’ve ever […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 15:23
The UCP government is privatizing driving exams for Class 4, 5, and 6 licences which it says will give Albertans with quicker access to more road tests across the province. The decision, announced Thursday by Transportation Minister Ric McIver, reverses a move by the former NDP government in 2018 which made examiners government employees, and comes […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 14:49
A rapid-testing option that could shorten quarantines for international travellers from two weeks to two days will be piloted in Alberta, Premier Jason Kenney announced Thursday. Starting Nov. 2, COVID-19 testing will be offered at the Coutts land border crossing and Calgary International Airport under a joint pilot project between the province and the federal […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 13:50
Alberta businesses have faced an unprecedented decline and the public sector will have to do their part to address costs, UCP government house leader Jason Nixon said on the first episode of our Under the Dome video series. Nixon was responding to a question from host Dave Breakenridge about whether government departments could face similar […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 12:29
Alberta’s provincial court is asking people dinged with traffic tickets to stay home instead of going to the courthouse as COVID-19 infections rise. In a news release Thursday, Chief Judge Derek G. Redman announced new measures for handling traffic court matters, including online fine payment and new ways of contacting courthouses by phone and email. […]
Edmonton Journal (Canada) 10/22/2020 08:00
There will be a few side benefits to this year’s version of Litfest’s Brunch of Writers. The traditional Sunday afternoon capper to the nonfiction festival usually takes place at a larger venue, adding yummy brunch items and beverages to readings by prominent authors. Health concerns trump tradition, however. With COVID-19 nudging the get together into […]

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