ALBERTA NEWS HEADLINES WEEK ENDING Dec 19, 2020

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

QUOTABLES:

Federal health minister asked to review Alberta’s use of strychnine as wolf control. These products are not environmentally responsible. The evidence of non-compliance with legal restrictions further underscores the point we can’t be using these in Canada in a responsible way.

Kaitlyn Mitchell, a lawyer with Animal Justice
divider-line image

divider-line image

HEADLINE QUICKLINKS:

divider-line image

The Lead:

Western economic diversification agency announces $5.5 million for Alberta medical companies

Canada’s western economic diversification agency has announced $5.5 million in new funding for Alberta health and life sciences firms.

The funding will help companies test and commercialize their products more quickly and aid in Alberta’s post-pandemic economic recovery, Western Economic Diversification Canada said in a news release Friday

Read More…

divider-line image

divider-line image

COLLECTION OF PRINTABLES

A RECOVERY PROGRAM FOR ALBERTA: A 10-YEAR PLAN TO END THE ADDICTION TO RESOURCE REVENUES Ronald Kneebone and Margarita Gres
UCP Decisions and Impacts 2019 – 2023
2BRIEF SUMMARY OF ALBERTA’S EXPERIENCE WITH FOR-PROFIT SURGICAL CLINIC: 2000 – 2010
Clouded vision on health
Consumer report raises questions about merits of privatization
Calling for healthy answers