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Alberta Reveals Hundreds More Children Died While Receiving Prov

The event will consider ways to increase transparency, improve the child-death review system and make information about deaths public without compromising privacy rights. It will be live-streamed online. The Journal-Herald investigation revealed that Albertaas child-death review system is rife with duplication and shrouded in secrecy; on Wednesday, Bhullar pledged to overhaul that system even if doing Kim Kardashian so means rewriting Alberta laws. His goal, he said, is ato ensure that we develop the strongest most robust review in Canada, and use the best practices available.a Bhullar said he will co-chair the committee of Canadian Ministers Responsible for Social Services and will urge other provinces to visit this site release similar data and to create a national child-death review system. aI think it is important that the scope of this roundtable include the death of every child in Alberta, not just those in the child intervention system,a he said. aWe need to learn from them, because we need to prevent as many as we can, across the board a not just with children who are in care.a Bhullar also promised to review a publication ban that prohibits families from speaking publicly about a child who has died in care, and bars news organizations from publishing names and photographs of those children. aI must stress, Iam not a fan of the way the law sits today,a Bhullar said. <br>More: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/Alberta+reveals+hundreds+more+children+died+while+receiving+provincial+care/9364286/story.html

Two Alberta Unions Challenging Bill 45, Bill 46

Located in Kahului, Maui, the 185,700-square-foot Maui Mall includes a Whole Foods Market , Longs Drugs/CVS, Wallace Theaters and IHOP, and an expansion to make room for a T.J. Maxx is underway. The price was not disclosed. The Alberta-Walton Street partnership also bought two Colorado shopping centers Meadows on the Parkway in Boulder and Broadlands Marketplace in Broomfield from Alexander & Baldwin for a combined $44 million. In all, the Hawaiian company sold off various properties in several states for $330 million to help fund its $373 million acquisition of a large real estate portfolio on Hawaii's Oahu island. In Colorado, Alberta also plans a massive retail project called Promenade at Castle Rock and is redeveloping its Foothills Mall in Fort Collins. <br>More: http://www.bizjournals.com/denver/news/2014/01/07/alberta-development-partner-close-on.html

Alberta Development, partner close on Hawaii mall purchase

Dr. James Talbot, Albertas chief medical officer of health, said that family members of the victim are being monitored and treated with medication, nothing that theres nothing to indicate they are sick. The health system did everything it could for this individual, and our thoughts are with the family at this time Public health has followed up with all close contacts of this individual and offered Tamiflu as a precaution, Talbot said. None of them have symptoms and the risk of developing symptoms is extremely low. Precautions for health care staff were also taken as part of this individuals hospital treatment. Dr. Gregory Taylor, deputy chief public health officer for Canada, said this is the first and only confirmed case of H5N1 in North America. Canadas national microbiology lab in Winnipeg received specimens on Tuesday. Last night lab results confirmed this was H5N1, Taylor said. <br>More: http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/01/08/first-fatal-case-of-h5n1-bird-flu-in-north-america-reported-in-alberta/

Alberta snagged the very last batch of flu vaccinations on the planet and its unclear when if ever more is coming, the provinces top doctor said Wednesday. And with flu-fearing Albertans flocking to public clinics, the province expects its current supply to be depleted by Friday. Vaccine supplies are limited, click here! chief medical officer of health Dr. James Talbot told reporters. We can predict that they will be mostly out by the end of this week. Earlier this week, Alberta was provided with 65,000 doses of the vaccine from an Italian manufacturer.To date, about one million Albertans about one in four have been vaccinated against influenza at a cost of $7.8 million to the province. By the latest Alberta Health count, Calgary has had 456 lab-confirmed cases resulting in five local deaths. Most cases are reported to be the H1N1 strain of influenza albeit a more tolerable version than the 2009 pandemic that killed more than 70 Albertans. <br>More: http://metronews.ca/news/calgary/903556/alberta-running-out-of-h1n1-vaccine-after-getting-worlds-last-shipment/

Lower Canadian dollar good for business in Calgary and Alberta

aA low loonie is truly a mixed blessing for entrepreneurs,a said Richard Truscott, Alberta director for the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. aFor small and medium-sized businesses that do a lot of exporting, itas a http://gonzaloimyz.wordpressy.pl/?p=9 blessing, since their products are less expensive in foreign markets, including the U.S. which may strengthen demand. aIt also means more of our countryas consumers are likely to spend their money in Canada. But for those businesses that import goods or inputs from the south of the border, a high Canadian dollar can be a curse and have a major impact their bottom line.a Ben Brunnen, an economic consultant in Calgary, said the Canadian dollar has been trading at around a two-year low of late with strong economic growth and a tighter monetary policy in the U.S., in combination with slow growth and low interest rates in Canada, mostly to blame. aThe low dollar is expected to persist for the forseeable future and will impact Alberta businesses differently,a said Brunnen. aObviously Alberta manufacturers and exporters are going to benefit because their products will be comparatively cheaper. <br>More: http://www.calgaryherald.com/business/Lower+Canadian+dollar+good+business+Calgary+Alberta/9364527/story.html

Alberta H5N1 victim had recently travelled to China before shortly death: Health Minister

The job action began Thursday evening and left hundreds of passengers in limbo after they had to disembark from several flights already on the tarmac and head back to the terminal. (AP Photo/Victor Biro, The Canadian Press) Wildcat Strike Air Canada baggage handlers hold a wildcat strike at Toronto Pearson Airport early Friday March 23, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim Wildcat Strike Air Canada baggage handlers hold a wildcat strike at Toronto Pearson Airport early Friday March 23, 2012. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim Air Canada baggage handlers hold a wildcat strike at Toronto Pearson International Airport early Friday, March 23, 2012, in Toronto. Air Canada canceled more than two dozen flights to Canadian and U.S. destinations early Friday as a wildcat strike by its ground workers threatened to create travel chaos at Pearson Kim Kardashian airport. <br>More: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/01/08/alberta-bill-45-46_n_4562653.html

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