It's not a contest, but if it were, there's a clear winner here because Alberta has fewer active COVID-19 cases than B.C.

As of September 14, Alberta had 1,491 active cases and on Tuesday, September 15 their western neighbour put up a much bigger number.

1,590 

Active COVID-19 cases in B.C.

Both provinces have been kind of evenly matched recently, reporting similar new case numbers over the last few days.

In B.C., the surge is mostly made up of young people between the ages of 20 to 29 getting sick and the province has since shutting down nightclubs and cutting off alcohol service early at restaurants.

Meanwhile in Alberta, Calgary recently made it mandatory to wear masks in public spaces until the end of 2020 to try and slow the spread.

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