The province of Alberta said Sunday that there were another 69 cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 1,250.
Three other deaths from COVID-19 have also been reported, bringing the total to 23.
Of the three who died, one was a man from the Calgary area in the 1960s, one was a woman from the central area in the 1980s and one was a man from the north who was over 100 years old.
The Alberta case distributions are as follows:
774 cases in the Calgary area
309 cases in the Edmonton area
67 cases in the central area
77 cases in the North zone
20 cases in the South zone
Three cases in areas to be confirmed
There have been 698 tests performed in the past 24 hours.
Of the total cases, 152 are believed to be of community origin.
There were also 279 recoveries.
The government did not hold a press conference to update the figures on Sunday. Press conferences will resume on Monday.