New data for the two years since the SCS closed was shut down due to cancelled government funding shows a relationship between SCS usage in Lethbridge and the number of drug deaths seen in Lethbridge.
Compared to the other 9 provinces in Canada, Alberta saw the smallest increase in the number of university-educated workers employed in the province, since the UCP gained power.
While the UCP have been in power, the number of registered physicians in the province has increased by 8.44%. Under the NDP, it increased 16.52%.
This marks 6 locations that USW has either unionized or is trying to unionize in Alberta.
Lethbridge EMS responded to the highest number of drug-related events during December 2022 than in any other December over the last 5 years.
The number of hours Canadian missed due to illness or injury last year was the highest in at least a decade.
The UCP recently announced $342,000 in funding for Northwestern Polytechnic. But that’s after cutting their grant funding by millions of dollars since taking power.
Alberta saw 13 CEOs make the top 100 list, compared to just 11 in 2020. And most of them were in the energy sector.
Brian Jean recently touted how amazing Alberta’s labour market, but he left out a few details, making things seem much rosier than they actually are.
One of the communities lost its emergency department for over 250 hours.