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Alberta unveils $187M plan to address addiction and homelessness

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he Alberta government unveiled Saturday new spending, and actions it has committed to taking, to combat homelessness throughout the province, and help people suffering from addiction in Alberta's two largest cities. Over two years, the provincial government will spend an additional $63 million to reduce homelessness, while more than $124 million will be spent on increasing access to addiction and mental health services in Edmonton and Calgary, according to two separate news releases.
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Alberta to spend combined $187M for homelessness, addictions in Edmonton, Calgary

The Alberta government has committed to spend $63 million to reduce homelessness throughout the province, it announced Saturday. It will also spend more than $124 million on increasing access to addiction and mental health services in Edmonton and Calgary.

2 months ago·Canada
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Alberta unveils $187M plan to address addiction and homelessness

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Alberta to provide more funding to addictions, homelessness to Calgary, Edmonton

The province will now be providing equal funding to Calgary and Edmonton for social support initiatives to aid in the homeless and addictions epidemics.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Alberta announces combined $187 million in addictions and homelessness funding

EDMONTON - The Alberta government has announced more than $124 million over two years for addiction and mental health services in Edmonton and Calgary...

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Alberta announces combined $187 million in addictions and homelessness funding

EDMONTON – The Alberta government has announced more than $124 million over two years for addiction and mental health services in Edmonton and Calgary, with another $63 million aimed at […]

2 months ago·Winnipeg, Canada
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Alberta commits $187M towards fighting homelessness, addiction

The government of Alberta is spending $187 million in new funding toward fighting homelessness and addiction.

2 months ago·Edmonton, Canada
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