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Firms fall back on family to withstand pandemic pain

Firms fall back on family to withstand pandemic pain

Hair salons in St. Albert weigh in on plans for reopening

Hair salons in St. Albert weigh in on plans for reopening

Some salons are planning to reopen their doors, while others think May 14 is too soon
Stage One of Alberta economic relaunch could begin as soon as Thursday

Stage One of Alberta economic relaunch could begin as soon as Thursday

Province confirms 45 new cases of COVID-19, one more death
Oilpatch welcomes federal aid for large firms despite climate change conditions

Oilpatch welcomes federal aid for large firms despite climate change conditions

St. Albert home sales fell 64 per cent last month compared to April 2019

St. Albert home sales fell 64 per cent last month compared to April 2019

Realtors Association of Edmonton predicting a "long and slow" recovery from COVID-19, oil and gas decline
Landrex CEO to be inducted into Alberta Business Hall of Fame

Landrex CEO to be inducted into Alberta Business Hall of Fame

St. Albertan Larry Andrews on success and how to keep moving forward
Survey reveals half of St. Albert businesses need financial support

Survey reveals half of St. Albert businesses need financial support

"We maybe knew what was coming in some regard, maybe not to the level that we've seen," said Sean McRitchie, St. Albert's economic development director.
St. Albert Farmers' Market, optometrist clinic recognized

St. Albert Farmers' Market, optometrist clinic recognized

Recognition welcome news for St. Albert businesses amid COVID-19
Leveraging community ties could help small businesses survive COVID-19 crisis, experts predict

Leveraging community ties could help small businesses survive COVID-19 crisis, experts predict

In an online webinar Thursday, former MLA Doug Griffiths and business consultant Heather Thomson said business owners able to maintain connections to their customers in creative ways will be better prepared to bounce back. 
UPDATED: Federal payroll test shuts out small businesses from COVID-19 loan

UPDATED: Federal payroll test shuts out small businesses from COVID-19 loan

"I can't, in my mind, reconcile why that would be a driving factor for eligibility," said Herc's Nutrition owner of $50,000 payroll minimum.