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#WhereIsKenney Is Trending On Twitter As Alberta's COVID-19 Cases Reach Record Highs

As Alberta's COVID-19 numbers continue to climb, #WhereIsKenney has started trending on Twitter as locals demand action from the premier. 

Thousands of tweets have been posted that share the current case counts in the province with the hashtag asking where Jason Kenney is amidst the uptick. 

Gil McGowan, President of the Alberta Federation of Labour, even compared Kenney to Trump in his tweet

Editor's Choice: Alberta Had The Most New COVID-19 Cases Of All The Provinces On Sunday

8,177  #WhereIsKenney tweets

Famous hockey player and Olympian, Hayley Wickenheiser posted as well, saying she is "extremely worried." 

Several politicians from the opposition threw their opinions out there including MLA Joe Ceci and party leader Rachel Notley

Alberta has a total of 12,195 COVID-19 cases at the time of publication. Of that total, 1,584 new ones were reported on Sunday, November 22. 

While some restrictions have been added, the province has yet to lockdown like B.C. or parts of Ontario; Sunday's case count was the highest in Canada

Dr. Deena Hinshaw is set to address the public on Monday afternoon. 

An Ontario restaurant was forced to call the police after a man refused to show staff proof of vaccination.

According to Guelph police, officers responded to the call at around 11:15 a.m. on Wednesday after receiving reports that a male was refusing to show his vaccine certificate at a restaurant on Stone Road West.

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The Government of Canada is ending its India flight ban next week, which has been in place since April 2021.

"Canada continues to take a risk-based and measured approach to re-opening the border while prioritizing the health and safety of everyone in Canada," federal officials said in a news release on Tuesday, September 21.

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Premier Jason Kenney has just announced that the province will be taking measures to plan for a "worst-case" scenario as Alberta's COVID-19 cases continue to rise.

During a COVID-19 update on Tuesday, September 21, the premier said that he'd been in touch with different agencies to plan what the response would be in dire circumstances.

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Ontario's ​Vaccine Passport Can Be Saved On Your Phone & Here's How I Did It In 5 Minutes

A new tool lets you store your vaccine certificate as an image, a PDF file, or as a card in your Apple Wallet.

Starting Wednesday, September 22, Ontarians are expected to show their proof of vaxx to enter certain non-essential businesses and settings. However, because enhanced vaccine certificates with QR codes won't come into effect in the province until October 22, a team of volunteer software engineers and medical professionals created a tool that lets you store your proof of vaccination on your phone with a QR code.

"No personal data is sent to the internet. [The] QR code is for verification only, with no personal info," the team behind the tool told CTV News.

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