ALBERTA NEWS HEADLINES WEEK ENDING Nov 7, 2020

Scanning the web for Alberta news and views Inspired by Verna Milligan & Carol Wodak

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There were patrons seated at the bar and there was no barrier installed to prevent contamination of food, food contact surfaces and glassware. Multiple dining parties were seated less than two meters apart.”

AHS’ inspection
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The Lead:

Alberta reaction to Joe Biden’s U.S. presidential victory rolls in

Kenney, Notley raise Alberta energy exports in statements

“U.S. energy security is dependent on Alberta as the United States’ largest source of oil imports. Much of the American economy is fuelled by Alberta energy. We look forward to working with President-elect Biden’s transition team and future administration to ensure that this vital economic partnership continues. Canada and the United States must work closely together to protect lives and livelihoods through the COVID crisis, and to return our economies to growth. Alberta looks forward to doing our part in advancing that growth agenda, working with the next U.S. administration and Congress.”

Premier Jason Kenney

“It is too early to assess the future of KXL. However, the best way for Jason Kenney to protect the interest Albertans have in the pipeline is to abandon his refusal to address climate change, denounce climate change deniers in his caucus, and take real leadership on reducing our emissions, taking carbon out of the barrel, and meeting our international and moral obligations to address the climate crisis,”.

Opposition leader Rachel Notley

 “the results reaffirm our faith that free and democratic elections are the ultimate accountability, particularly for those that spread misinformation, flout the rules and sow division.”

Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson

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