Health Innovation Roundup

The Health Innovation Roundup provides you with the latest headlines and happenings related to health innovation in the Edmonton region.
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Recent editions

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. Alberta Innovates distributes $12M for health innovation; Alberta allocates $20M for Stollery; Antidote Movement Club focuses fitness on joy

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Wednesday, February 21, 2024

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. Gender-affirming care policy changes face more scrutiny; Alberta Innovates teams with Glenrose; Alberta Medical Association wants new funding model

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Wednesday, February 14, 2024

The latest on health innovation in Edmonton. PulmVita and others pitch at Startup TNT; Future Fields protein linked to co-founder; Health Cities touts tech to aid healthcare system

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Recent articles

A photo of a city sidewalk with snow cleared from most of it and a portion left unshovelled
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Calgary outdigs Edmonton in accessing funds to help seniors shovel

As a fresh dump of snow blankets the city, an advocacy group says Edmonton is not doing as well as Calgary at helping low-income seniors access $1,300 per household in provincial funds to help pay for snow removal and similar services.

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A painted bike lane alongside a road in winter.
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Edmonton's slow progress on $100M bike infrastructure commitment scrutinized

Edmonton has announced the first 10 projects as part of its $100 million investment in active transportation infrastructure. But while this news is positive, the overall project's slow progress deserves scrutiny, hosts said in Episode 252 of Speaking Municipally.

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An infill building and an older building in Edmonton.
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On the agenda: Success metrics, green builds, mental health

City council continues to meet in a hybrid setting to discuss the City Plan, higher energy efficiency standards, and mental health statistics.

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