The way the cost of the lease for the CBE headquarters is reported came under scrutiny in an operational review conducted by the province.
When cannabis becomes legal later this year, Calgarians wanting to light up a joint will be confined to their private homes in order to do so.
There is confusion on Calgary city council as to where and when the city might be required to hold a plebiscite.
Canmore will take the one seat it’s been allocated on the Calgary Olympic BidCo board of directors.
Despite saying in February his province had no plans for retaliatory measures, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe now appears to be entertaining the idea of restricting the flow of oil to B.C.
The Edmonton region has nearly double the applications of the Calgary region.
An Ohio-based company will build and manage the website Alberta will use to sell cannabis online.
The motion calling for a plebiscite on the question of an Olympic bid has been referred to an April 10 committee meeting.
While Calgary has yet to undertake public consultation on an Olympics bid, Canmore is set to enter Phase Two of its engagement process.
After an erroneous version of a city report on the Olympics file was released Friday, a corrected version was provided to the public late Monday afternoon.
There seem to be mixed messages about whether the City of Calgary has enough time to take the question of hosting the Olympics to a public vote.
Claims of distasteful heckling are dismissed by the speaker of the Alberta legislature as the first week of the spring session comes to a close.
Plans for a new north Calgary high school rank third on a list of 22 funding priorities for the Calgary Board of Education.
City council will no longer hear applications for secondary suites, with administration making the decision on whether to approve or deny proposals.
More than 100 Calgarians lined up to share their thoughts with Calgary city council on Monday.