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by Luanne Climenhaga
2015.07.16

Edmonton Journal
By Noel Somerville

The many Albertans alarmed at the long and steady decline in the quality of seniors care may finally have cause for hope.

by Luanne Climenhaga
2015.07.16

Uncollected corporate taxes and penalties surged by over 25 per cent in Alberta last year, despite a stern warning from the province’s financial watchdog that the government needs to do a better job of getting businesses to pay up.

by Luanne Climenhaga
2015.07.16

Alberta public sector pension liabilities dropped by more than $400 million last year, prompting labour leaders to say that’s proof the planned changes to the funds by former premier Alison Redford were never necessary.

by Luanne Climenhaga
2015.07.15
Carewest

by Luanne Climenhaga
2015.07.15

The results of an appeal on the awarding of a $3-billion Alberta Health Services deal to an Australian-based company will not be released until August, AHS says. Edmonton-based DynaLife filed the appeal in November 2014 citing concerns with the bid process for a contract to take over medical testing in the Edmonton region.

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