Healthcare workers in Alberta are looking outside their province for jobs.

Interior Health (and others) are actively promoting BC. Michael-Ann Miller (manager of clinical operations for Princeton General Hospital and the South Similkameen Health Centre in Keremeos.) shares her story how she ended up in Princeton and loves rural medicine.
https://edmontonjournal.com/…/medical-career…
A pity for Albertans and their healthcare needs, but probably good for BC.

https://www.cbc.ca/…/alberta-health-care-workers…
Alberta health-care professionals are being wooed in targeted recruitment campaigns to British Columbia, Ontario and other provinces where employers say the grass is greener. But Alberta’s UCP government isn’t bothered and believes low taxes, along with high pay, will keep Alberta competitive and continue to attract health-care professionals and doctors.

Dr. Don Wilson is one of those leaving the province.Mapping out his career, Wilson expected to spend another decade in Alberta. Now he’s headed for British Columbia, packing up his practice, his home and farm. He doesn’t have a permanent position waiting.