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:

  • Vaccine time: How will people know when it’s their turn for a COVID-19 shot?
  • Keep it local: Sask.-made ventilators available for ICUs
  • Edmonton ups COVID-19 enforcement, praises province for ‘prudent’ extension of restrictions
  • No job during the COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s what you can do in 2021
  • COVID-19 restrictions result in big job losses in Alberta, more expected in next report
  • COVID-19: What does the future of Canada’s airline industry look like?
  • Some southern Alberta small businesses frustrated with extended COVID-19 restrictions
  • Bank CEOs say economic rebound is coming, but dependent on vaccines and lockdowns
  • Albertans most likely in Canada to say they’ll never take the COVID-19 vaccination, poll suggests
  • Received CERB payments? Watch your mailbox for T4A tax slips from the CRA
  • Canadians are preparing for a triple financial hit, warns Credit Canada
  • Canada locks in 20 million more Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses
  • Canada – U.S. border closure to extend to Feb. 21 as coronavirus cases soar: Trudeau

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

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