1. Hinshaw to deliver Monday COVID-19 update at 4 p.m.  CTV Edmonton
  2. No decision on easing COVID-19 restrictions until March 1 at earliest, top doctor says  CBC.ca
  3. No decision on second phase of reopening until at least March 1; 36 active cases in Fort McMurray  Fort McMurray Today
  4. No decision on moving to step two of reopening before March 1  CHAT News Today
  5. Alberta won't decide next step in COVID-19 reopening plan until March 1| FULL  Global News
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Alberta's chief medical officer of health will deliver the province's COVID-19 update in person for the first time since Thursday.Alberta's chief medical officer of health will deliver the province's COVID-19 update in person for the first time since Thursday.

Hinshaw to deliver Monday COVID-19 update at 4 p.m. | CTV News

With new case numbers rising slightly in recent days, Alberta won't make any decision about easing or tightening restrictions until March 1 at the earliest, the province's top public health doctor says.With new case numbers rising slightly in recent days, Alberta won't make any decision about easing or tightening restrictions until March 1 at the earliest, the province's top public health doctor says.

The Alberta government is not making any decisions about moving to the second phase of the province’s reopening plan until March 1. Dr. Deena Hinshaw said in…

No decision on second phase of reopening until at least March 1; 36 active cases in Fort McMurray | Fort Mcmurray Today

A group of public health students at the University of Alberta is calling on Premier Jason Kenney to apologize for his comments last November about COVID-19…

Letter calls on Kenney to apologize for South Asian community comments | Calgary Herald

Letter calls on Kenney to apologize for South Asian community comments

Letter calls on Kenney to apologize for comments on South Asian community, consult with racialized Albertans | Calgary Herald

COVID-19 cases remain fairly steady in Alberta, but we won't know until at least Mar. 1 about the next stage of reopening businesses.COVID-19 cases remain fairly steady in Alberta, but we won't know until at least Mar. 1 about the next stage of reopening businesses.

No decision yet on further reopening as COVID-19 cases plateau - 660 NEWS

Alberta’s chief medical officer of health says the next round of reduced economic restrictions likely won’t happen for two more weeks.Alberta’s chief medical officer of health says the next round of reduced economic restrictions likely won’t happen for two more weeks.

Alberta waiting to make call on further loosening COVID-19 health rules - Canada News - Castanet.net

Whether or not to move into Step 2 of Alberta's pandemic reopening plan is a decision that will not be made until March 1 at the earliest, Dr. Deena Hinshaw said on Monday. Whether or not to move into Step 2 of Alberta's pandemic reopening plan is a decision that will not be made until March 1 at the earliest, Dr. Deena Hinshaw said on Monday.

COVID-19: Hinshaw says decision on Step 2 of reopening in Alberta won’t be until March 1 or later | Globalnews.ca

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COVID-19 : new local death reported, Hinshaw gives hopeful statistics - FortSaskOnline.com

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern):8 p.m.British Columbia is reporting 1,428 new COVID-19 cases over the past three days, for a total of 77,263 since the pandemic . . .The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times eastern):8 p.m.British Columbia is reporting 1,428 new COVID-19 cases over the past three days, for a total of 77,263 since the pandemic . . .

The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada for Monday, Feb. 22, 2021 | Flin Flon Reminder

Watch Decision on Step 2 of reopening in Alberta won’t be until March 1 or later: Hinshaw Video Online, on GlobalNews.caWatch Decision on Step 2 of reopening in Alberta won’t be until March 1 or later: Hinshaw Video Online, on GlobalNews.ca

Decision on Step 2 of reopening in Alberta won’t be until March 1 or later: Hinshaw | Watch News Videos Online

With news on COVID-19 happening rapidly, we’ve created this page to bring you our latest stories and information on the outbreak in and around Calgary.

COVID-19 Live Updates: News on coronavirus in Calgary for Feb. 22 | Calgary Herald

COVID-19 Live Updates: News on coronavirus in Calgary for Feb. 22

COVID-19 Update: 273 new cases, 16 deaths | No decision on moving to second phase of relaunch until March 1: Hinshaw | Calgary Herald

Alberta will not move to Step 2 of its reopening plan before March 7, said chief medical officer Dr. Deena Hinshaw Monday.

COVID-19: No decision on Alberta moving to Step 2 of reopening plan until at least March 1, says Hinshaw | Edmonton Journal

COVID-19: No decision on Alberta moving to Step 2 of reopening plan until at least March 1, says Hinshaw

COVID-19: No decision on Alberta moving to Step 2 of reopening plan until at least March 1, says Hinshaw | Edmonton Journal

'These trends were not inevitable and are not due to just the passing of time. These trends are the result of our willingness to put our community's needs…

Hinshaw shares recent positive trends; Alberta reports 273 new cases | Calgary Herald

Hinshaw shares recent positive trends; Alberta reports 273 new cases

Alberta reports 273 new COVID-19 cases as Hinshaw shares recent positive trends | Calgary Herald

EDMONTON – Alberta’s chief medical officer of health says the next round of reduced economic restrictions likely won’t happen for two more weeks. Dr. Deena Hinshaw says COVID-19 case numbers have hit a plateau and officials need to make sure they aren’t heading in the wrong direction. She says they will wait until at least

Alberta waiting to make call on further loosening COVID-19 health rules - Medicine Hat NewsMedicine Hat News