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Alex Anas Ahmed

Alex Anas Ahmed is a Political Science and History graduate from the University of Calgary. He has actively written on relevant Canadian issues with dozens of prominent interviews under his belt.

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Manitoba advocates 'greater freedoms' and 'fewer restrictions' as province surpasses first vaccination milestone

The 4-3-2-One Great Summer Reopening Path sets out a 'clear path' for more openings and fewer restrictions as vaccination levels rise throughout the summer.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 21, 2021

Canadian News

BC-based studies indicate schools are not COVID-19 hotspots, despite lower vaccination rates among youth

K-12 students will no longer be grouped into cohorts this September, as research indicates schools are not significant sources of COVID-19 transmission.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 21, 2021

Canadian News, News

Alberta hits 70 percent vaccination threshold, triggering full reopening on July 1

With 70.2 percent of eligible Albertans having been vaccinated with at least one dose as of June 17, Alberta will move to Stage 3 on July 1, effectively removing all mandatory restrictions.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 18, 2021

Canadian News, News

Sir Winston Churchill statue in Edmonton the latest victim of vandalism wave

Another statue has been vandalized in Canada — this time in Edmonton.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 17, 2021

Canadian News, News

Accidental opioid poisoning among Alberta youth rose 50 percent during the COVID-19 pandemic

In 2020, 95 youth under the age of 25 died from accidental opioid poisoning in Alberta. So far in 2021, Alberta Health reported 29 deaths in the first quarter alone.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 17, 2021

Canadian News, News

PwC’s CEO Survey projects growing optimism in global economy, rising ESG investments in Alberta

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic and CEOs surveyed globally expressed optimism over the future economic outlook.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 16, 2021

Canadian News, News

COVID-19 or not, elder abuse is a budding crisis in Alberta

Alberta’s government pledged $750,000 to support elder abuse prevention and intervention initiatives.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 16, 2021

Canadian News, News

Alberta's hate crime supports a 'Promise Made, Promise Kept'

“Alberta’s government stands shoulder to shoulder with these communities and is proud to deliver on our election commitment to help keep them safe,” said Kenney.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 15, 2021

Canadian News, News

Premier Kenney, Health Minister Shandro praise vaccine lottery as 'investment into province’s economic future'

Premier Jason Kenney said he wants to give Albertans every reason they can to get vaccinated.

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 14, 2021

Canadian News, News

Alberta NDP propose 'safe, legal and regulated pharmaceutical alternatives' to help Albertans coping with addiction

"Albertans are dying and the government must put aside its prejudice, look at the evidence, and take action to save lives."

Alex Anas Ahmed / Jun 14, 2021

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