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Alberta government signs six-month extension with radiologists as contracts near end

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The Alberta government has signed a six-month extension on its existing contracts with radiologists after originally promising to cancel the agreements in an effort to find more cost-effective methods. On Friday Health Minister Tyler Shandro’s press secretary Steve Buick confirmed that a bridging agreement has been agreed on by Alberta Health Services and the radiologists…

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The Alberta government has signed a six-month extension on its existing contracts with radiologists after originally promising to cancel the agreements in an effort to find more cost-effective methods. On Friday Health Minister Tyler Shandro’s press secretary Steve Buick confirmed that a bridging agreement has been agreed on by Alberta Health Services and the radiologists […]
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CBC poll: Some heartening data about vaccines in Alberta, but intransigence remains

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Polling data shows that Albertans who say they will refuse to take a vaccine are more likely to be conservative, less educated, and pessimistic about the financial future.

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Polling data shows that Albertans who say they will refuse to take a vaccine are more likely to be conservative, less educated, and pessimistic about the financial future.
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Blue roofs could help reduce the flooding effects of big storms

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In this week’s issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how blue roofs work and examine the scourge of airborne microplastics.

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In this week’s issue of our environment newsletter, we look at how blue roofs work and examine the scourge of airborne microplastics.
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Foreign leaders arrive for Chad leader’s funeral as rebels threaten advance

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N’DJAMENA — Foreign leaders began to arrive in Chad on Thursday for the funeral of slain president Idriss Deby as France backed the country’s new military leaders in the face of threats from rebels to resume an offensive on the capital. The presidents of Guinea and Mali arrived in the capital N’Djamena, state television showed,…

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N’DJAMENA — Foreign leaders began to arrive in Chad on Thursday for the funeral of slain president Idriss Deby as France backed the country’s new military leaders in the face of threats from rebels to resume an offensive on the capital. The presidents of Guinea and Mali arrived in the capital N’Djamena, state television showed, […]
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