Over the past 3 weeks, Alberta Health Services has declared COVID-19 outbreaks at hospitals in all 5 of the provinces health zones.
Despite UCP politicians insisting that Justin Trudeau is preventing Alberta from exporting oil, the amount of crude oil leaving the province last year surpassed the previous two years.
Nursing care and GSS workers and Walden House are among the lowest paid workers at AgeCare, and the employer refuses to change that.
New data from Statistics Canada shows that Alberta has the worst union coverage of all the provinces in the country.
Lethbridge EMS responded to the second lowest number of drug-related events during August 2022 than in any other August over the last 5 years, but the number of drug responses have increased in each of the last three months.
While the number of work stoppages under the UCP’s first 3 years in power has been the same under the NDP’s entire term, the number of workers affected and days missed has skyrocketed.
Between May 2019—two months before the Job Creation Tax Cut came into effect—and May 2022, Alberta has seen the largest loss in the number of active businesses of all the provinces in Canada.
After 2 years of lobbying from the Alberta and Saskatchewan governments, Transport Canada has finally conceded to exempting service rig convoy drivers from keeping daily logs.
One other community had lost ambulatory care, a second lost urgent care centre services, and a third lost obstetrical care.
That number increases to 25,000 if you look at just full-time workers who are women.