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Alberta records daily COVID-19 case record for fourth consecutive day – CTV Edmonton

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EDMONTON —
Alberta reported 1,584 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, as the province recorded a new daily case record for the fourth-consecutive day.

It was also the highest number of cases reported in any province in Canada on Sunday.

Saturday saw the province report 1,336 new cases.

No new deaths were reported on Sunday for the first time since Oct. 17.

There are now 319 people in hospital — a decrease of one person since Saturday — but 60 of those people are in intensive care, an increase of four since Saturday.

Active cases in the Edmonton zone now sit at 5,479, an increase of 538 since Saturday.

Calgary zone’s active cases sit at 4,614, an increase of 220 since Saturday.

Dr. Deena Hinshaw will return for an in-person update on case numbers on Monday.  

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The SHA Releases The November 28th COVID-19 Update – SwiftCurrentOnline.com

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  1. The SHA Releases The November 28th COVID-19 Update  SwiftCurrentOnline.com
  2. Latest COVID update Nov. 28: 1 death, 197 new cases  CKOM News Talk Sports
  3. COVID-19 in Sask.: 1 more death, 197 new cases announced Saturday  CBC.ca
  4. Sask. reports 1 more coronavirus death, 197 new cases  CTV News
  5. One new COVID-19 death reported, the eighth since Nov. 25  paNOW
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Coronavirus: Support for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination is falling in Canada says Ipsos poll – Global News

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  1. Coronavirus: Support for mandatory COVID-19 vaccination is falling in Canada says Ipsos poll  Global News
  2. What happens if someone refuses vaccination? Ethicists urge clarity on COVID-19 rollout  CTV News
  3. Senior military commander to lead Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution  CBC News: The National
  4. U.K. poised to approve Pfizer’s coronavirus vaccine next week: report  Global News
  5. UK to Approve BioNTech-Pfizer Covid Vaccine Within Days: FT  BNN
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Looking to buy local? Small Business Saturday could be your best chance – Global News

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A new retail shopping event has arrived, encouraging consumers to support local, independent businesses during the holiday season.

Small Business Saturday, wedged between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, is the latest sales campaign aimed at holiday shoppers.

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Coronavirus Christmas: Canadians should celebrate outdoors, virtually, experts say

But unlike its larger retail counterparts, which tend to shine a spotlight on big box stores, Small Business Saturday suggests consumers support their neighbourhood mom-and-pop shops.

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The day comes during the critical holiday shopping season as many small businesses struggle to survive the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Laura Jones, executive vice-president of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, says 2020 has been one of the toughest year’s ever for many businesses.

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She says the retail event is urging people to support small businesses online, using curbside pick-up or in-person shopping where possible.

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