Alberta opens $13-million support centre as police remove encampments | Power & Politics

The Alberta government opened a new $13-million temporary navigation and support centre in Edmonton that will provide services such as housing support and health care to people removed from homeless encampments. The move comes as the Edmonton Police Service plans to take down encampments at an ‘accelerated pace,’ the city’s police chief says.

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