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'The warning bell is ringing:' Social gathering limits imposed in Calgary, Edmonton

'The warning bell is ringing:' Social gathering limits imposed in Calgary, Edmonton

EDMONTON — Social gatherings in Alberta's two biggest cities have been limited to 15 people after new daily COVID-19 cases reached the 500 mark on the weekend.
Legendary Edmonton locker-room attendant Joey Moss dies at 57

Legendary Edmonton locker-room attendant Joey Moss dies at 57

EDMONTON — Joey Moss — a legendary locker-room attendant for the NHL's Edmonton Oilers and CFL's Edmonton Football Team — has died. He was 57. The Edmonton Football Team confirmed the death on Monday by saying the city has lost a "hero.
Unionized health care support workers stage wildcat strike

Unionized health care support workers stage wildcat strike

Workers walk the picket line in Athabasca, Barrhead and Westlock
Cenovus to buy Husky Energy for $3.8 billion in shares, CEO will be Alex Pourbaix

Cenovus to buy Husky Energy for $3.8 billion in shares, CEO will be Alex Pourbaix

The combined company will be better able to weather energy market volatility
Saskatchewan election day: Voters go to the polls after four-week pandemic campaign

Saskatchewan election day: Voters go to the polls after four-week pandemic campaign

The leaders of the both the Saskatchewan Party and NDP will be in Saskatoon to watch the results
Bat Week swoops into Alberta

Bat Week swoops into Alberta

Midnight bug eaters could hold cure for COVID-19
Beautiful decay

Beautiful decay

While Abandoned Alberta doesn't have photographs from everywhere in the province, it does capture a lot of the beauty of dilapidated buildings and old rusty run-down vehicles that can be found down dirt roads and throughout small towns in the province.
Top doctor warns severe illness likely to rise, trailing spike in COVID-19 cases

Top doctor warns severe illness likely to rise, trailing spike in COVID-19 cases

Canada's top physician painted a bleak picture Saturday of the toll the COVID-19 pandemic may take on the country, expressing fears the number of pandemic-related hospitalizations and deaths could increase in the coming weeks as the second wave drive
Shooting your age? Rare but not impossible

Shooting your age? Rare but not impossible

It's uncommon--though not unheard of--to shoot your age in golf. But it's always special, say those who've done it.
Inquiry into oil and gas foes to deliver report next year: Kenney

Inquiry into oil and gas foes to deliver report next year: Kenney

CALGARY — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says an inquiry into who is funding environmental opposition to the province's oil and gas sector will be completed some time next year.