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ICU doctors warn health system on 'verge of collapse' as Alberta reports 5,181 new COVID-19 ...

Toronto Sun 28 Sep 2021
“We remain on the verge of a health system collapse in Alberta,” the letter reads ... Following the call from two prominent Alberta doctors for a provincewide “fire break” lockdown over the weekend, the Alberta Medical Association announced Monday they are also asking the government to implement timely, effective public health measures.
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Two men injured in grizzly bear encounters in Alberta's south

Toronto Sun 28 Sep 2021
Provincial officials have closed trails in Alberta’s southern Rockies after a hiker and hunter were injured in separate encounters with grizzly bears on Sunday ... “Although an advisory is in place for this area, bears can be encountered anywhere in the Kananaskis Region at any time,” states the advisory on the Alberta Environment and Parks website.
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Saskatchewan issues new COVID rules that let gov’t seize private property

Principia Scientific 28 Sep 2021
Every person residing in Saskatchewan is mandated by law to follow the new emergency orders or face severe penalties or possible jail time ... All Canadian provinces have for a long time had ... The province of Alberta also recently declared a public emergency under its Public Health Act.
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Legal challenges brewing as deadline approaches for mandated public sector vaccinations

CTV 28 Sep 2021
With a deadline for mandatory vaccinations fast approaching, both Alberta Health Services and the City of Calgary still have no idea how many of their staff remain unvaccinated. At the same time it appears legal challenges are already in the works ... .
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‘We weren’t thinking about other people’: unvaccinated Alberta man on his time in ICU with ...

TheNewsHOOK 28 Sep 2021
‘We weren’t thinking about other people’. unvaccinated Alberta man on his time in ICU with COVID-19 . Globalnews.ca ....
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Murder suspect was halfway across the country when his girlfriend was slain, lawyer tells Calgary jury

Toronto Sun 28 Sep 2021
Advertisement. Story continues below ... 15, 2002 ... Try refreshing your browser, or ... 17, in a field not far from the southern Alberta town near where her body was found. “We submit this was the last time anyone saw Ms ... The first was Bill Longson, who owned property along Range Road 292 west of Nanton at the time McColl’s body was found by the roadway ... on Feb.
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David Beard out but Elks dodge COVID-19 bullet ahead of game in Ottawa

Toronto Sun 28 Sep 2021
“We’re always continuing to tell our players to do the best to be as safe as they can in this crazy time.”. A six-foot-five, 320-pound University of Alberta Golden Bears product, Beard is the Elks reigning nominee and unanimous selection for most outstanding offensive lineman, and will miss his first game since 2016.
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'MASSIVE TROUBLE': Prominent Alberta doctors call for 'fire break' lockdown, mandatory vaccines for employees

Toronto Sun 27 Sep 2021
Two prominent Alberta doctors are calling for a provincewide “fire break” lockdown and mandatory vaccinations for all employees in a letter to the province’s new health minister ... “Alberta’s hospital system, especially ICUs are under more killing stress than at any time in the province’s history,” the letter states.
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AGAR: Ignore the militant anti-vax crowd and get your shot

Toronto Sun 27 Sep 2021
Let’s look at what we learn from Alberta, and the stats for the last four months ... Of people in Alberta in their 40s, over the past four months 2 fully vaccinated people died ... Those two deaths of vaccinated people represented less than one per 100,000 people in Alberta ... For people in their fifties, it jumps to 31 times as likely to die if unvaccinated.
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Saskatchewan stop on organ donations will have ripple effect across Canada: doctor

Moosejaw Today 27 Sep 2021
When she isn't receiving outpatient hospital care three times a week, she tries to live as normally as she can, staying positive, playing with her three nieces, and avoiding the thought of death ... Alberta and Saskatchewan fully reopened in the summer about the time their vaccination rates plateaued.
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Kenney tells radio host that lockdown would punish people already vaccinated

North Shore News 27 Sep 2021
Alberta's former chief medical officer of health, Dr ... "Albertan’s hospital system, especially ICUs are under more killing stress than at any time in the province's history.". Alberta has more than 20,000 active COVID-19 cases and is seeing well over 1,000 new cases each day.
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Once upon a time: the relevance of history in risk management; part 6

B & FT Online 27 Sep 2021
The chief regulator, Bank Of Ghana, as well as central government has found themselves mediating and intervening in the various bank runs, and crises that some financial institutions have gone through at one point in time ... They promised a 360 per cent annual interest on monies invested in a time when the Treasury bill was 29.05 percent per annum.
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Two Alberta doctors pen letter to health minister demanding province-wide 'fire break' lockdown

Canoe 26 Sep 2021
Noel Gibney, a critical care specialist and professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, and Dr ... Two Alberta doctors pen letter to health minister demanding province-wide 'fire break' lockdown Back to video. “Alberta’s hospital system, especially ICUs are under more killing stress than at any time in the provinces history,” the letter states.
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Ontario's COVID-19 rates lower than expected due to public health measures: experts

North Shore News 26 Sep 2021
TORONTO — Ontario's daily COVID-19 case counts are lower than what many experts had expected by now, and while they point to a number of factors for the relative relief, they say now is not the time to ease up on those measures ... In Alberta, there are more than 10 times the number of active COVID-19 cases per capita than Ontario.
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Ancient Siberians Bred, Bought and Traded Arctic Dogs

Ancient Origins 26 Sep 2021
At that time, Professor Robert Losey, an archaeologist at the University of Alberta in Canada, said the “carefully buried” remains of another five dogs showed Siberian dogs served “as pets, workers and sources of food - and possibly as sacrificial offerings in religious ceremonies.”.

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