Premier Jason Kenney is set to join health officials for their daily COVID-19 press conference Thursday afternoon.
Shandro announced Thursday afternoon personal services – like hair salons and barbers – will be allowed to reopen, but by appointment only.
Alberta has recorded 108,000 cases of COVID, resulting in near 1,200 deaths.
It is the first known case of a front-line worker passing away after getting the virus.
Columnist Heather Mallick has selected Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and Health Minister Tyler Shandro as targets for her scorn.
The plan is to vaccinate in three stages, with the first stage covering 10 per cent of Albertans and targeting the most at-risk people.
Alberta will soon begin piloting point-of-care rapid testing for COVID-19, providing faster, more convenient testing for the disease.
Guy Smith said it's hoped the support will lead to "province-wide protest actions...and possibly a general strike."
“Union bosses are creating fear about our health-care system when the reality is, we are talking about letting local businesses put Tide pods in the washing...
The average annual compensation of these AHS management bureaucrats is more than $193,000.