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:

  • ‘It didn’t seem right’: Class-action lawsuit proposed over CERB repayments
  • AHS warns Albertans over 75 of scam offering vaccine appointments for money
  • Air Canada pausing Rouge operations
  • CIBC sees Canada’s suburban flight subsiding when pandemic ends
  • Alberta gym and fitness studio owners push back against government restrictions
  • Alberta’s expanded relaunch grant now available to owners of new small businesses
  • More support for tourism and other small businesses experiencing COVID-19-related losses across Western Canada
  • Alberta’s phased reopening could lead to true ‘lockdown’ in March: Edmonton doctors
  • Restricted return for minor sports now allowed as Alberta set to ease COVID-19 restrictions
  • Big city mayors to ask federal government for second round of pandemic funding
  • COVID-19: What you can and cannot do in Alberta on Monday, Feb. 8
  • Paying your taxes in the age of COVID-19: Here’s what every Canadian needs to know
  • Canada to require negative COVID-19 test at land borders next week

Click here to view the PDF report and find links to the full coverage.

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