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Education Minister David Eggen says his department has posted the raw proposals for changes to what students in kindergarten to Grade 4 are taught. Continue reading
Speaking to reporters the day after his United Conservatives delivered two impressive byelection wins in different parts of Alberta, party leader Jason Kenney faced questions from reporters about a UCP MLA who was investigated, supposedly for possible ballot-stuffing at a constituency association’s founding annual general meeting. Continue reading
If you speed, it’ll cost you. That’s the message from Alberta RCMP. Continue reading
The Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis Commission has finalized contracts and agreements for distribution and warehousing with licensed marijuana producers. Continue reading
While millions of Americans spent this 4th of July celebrating Independence Day in the U.S., some American Democrats living in Alberta’s capital used the occasion to also try to register American ex-pats to ensure they’re eligible to vote in the U.S.’ looming midterm elections. Continue reading
Edmonton police are encouraging people to give donations to local agencies as opposed to handing over change to panhandlers. Continue reading
Last week, Len Rhodes toured several communities in the Northwest Territories, including Yellowknife and Inuvik, to speak with Inuit people about their feelings on the name. Continue reading
The longest-serving member of Alberta’s 29th legislature will not be seeking re-election. Continue reading
The woman was caught in the gap between the train and platform and she sustained a “serious laceration,” a police report explained. Continue reading