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Published in The Pulse
  • While Premier Jason Kenney has said "Alberta won't aim to drive COVID-19 infections to zero with curfews, stay-at-home orders or widespread business closures," he is urging people to stay home over the Easter long weekend.
  • Changes to Alberta's Workers' Compensation Board coverage took effect on April 1, "including the elimination of an employer's legal obligation to rehire and accommodate an injured worker."
  • The City of Edmonton will start street cleaning on April 6, and is asking Edmontonians to remove vehicles when crews are working in their neighborhoods.
  • "The Giovanni Music store closed its doors Saturday after 53 years of operation in Edmonton, and will reopen with a new owner," reports CTV News. The business was sold to Long and McQuade.
  • Edmonton bartender James Grant, who works at Little Hong Kong in the Mercer Warehouse, won the Diageo World Class Canada Finals earlier this week, taking the title of Canada's top bartender. He will represent the country in Spain at the World Class Global Finals in a few months.