To help our credit unions and other partners sort through the COVID-19 news coverage, Alberta Central is sharing weekly summary reports. Today’s report includes:

  • Banks see mix of hope and concerns in 2021 as COVID-19 continues to spread
  • Canada added 62,000 jobs in November, slowest month of recovery since COVID-19
  • Walmart Canada to give 85,000 workers cash ‘bonus’ for working amid coronavirus
  • Unclear wording of CERB eligibility means some recipients asked to pay everything back
  • Alberta set to receive 3,900 doses of COVID-19 vaccine next week
  • First coronavirus vaccinations delivered in U.K. as historic mass rollout begins
  • Postehaste: Expect your grocery bill to rise by nearly $700 in 2021 – the biggest annual increase in a decade
  • Everything you need to know about COVID-19 in Alberta on Tuesday, Dec. 8
  • First Pfizer vaccine shots to be given right at delivery sites, not LTC homes: Tam
  • Whose responsibility is it to keep track of who has been vaccinated for COVID-19?
  • Alberta businesses react to new, tighter COVID-19 restrictions
  • Alberta imposes tough new restrictions in bid to curb soaring COVID-19 infections

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