Alberta Party to choose new leader amidst unprecedented g...
From humble beginnings, the Alberta Party has seen its membership rise by 500 percent over the past 12 months. The Party is focused on setting itself up as a...
Oilers hold off late rally to beat Kings
Ryan Strome's empty-net goal at 19:01 and a successful coach's challenge with less than 10 seconds left gave the Edmonton Oilers a 4-3 victory over the Los A...
Alberta curler hopes Olympic upset sparks change for Cana...
After a disappointing finish for the Canadian men and women's curling teams at the Olympics, Canada might no longer be the curling powerhouse it once was, sa...
Uncomplicated, classic comfort food at Pip
There’s no big secret: the people at Pip understand that when it comes to food, simplicity, skilled execution, and quality ingredients go a long way in makin...
Oilers send Brandon Davidson to Islanders for 3rd-round pick
The Edmonton Oilers have shipped out defenceman Brandon Davidson to the New York Islanders for a 2019 third-round pick, the team announced Saturday.
Retirement savings fund launched to support Ezra Levant's...
Ezra Levant's Rebel Media has teamed up with a wealth management firm to launch a retirement saving fund geared toward Canadians who want to invest in the hi...
Standing desks fail to provide the health benefits they p...
Fans of the standing desk should take a walk, says a University of Alberta ergonomics expert.
Cleaning Supervisor - J & A Cleaning Services Inc,
Calgary, AB, Canada, AB Alma Armada & Company Ltd.
Light Duty Cleaner -J & A Cleaning Services
Calgary, AB, Canada, AB Alma Armada & Company Ltd.
'We are the roots': New documentary chronicles triumphs o...
Born in 1926, in the black settler community of Wildwoods, Jay Leffler would go on to work as Alberta’s first black electrician.
Protesters rally outside Kent Hehr's office in support of...
About 80 protesters endured Calgary's chilly, windy weather on Friday to show their support for the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
1 killed, 2 injured in highway crash west of Leduc
A person died and two more were injured a late night highway crash west of Leduc.
Woman killed, 2 seriously injured in highway crash west o...
A woman was killed and two more were seriously injured in a highway crash west of Leduc on Friday.
Northern Alberta athletes competing in PyeongChang 2018 g...
The president of Canadian Sport Institute says Albertans have reason to celebrate the efforts of their Olympic athletes.
Human resources officer (NOC 1223)
ON Private Employer Job details   Salary $31.00 / Hour for 37.5 Hours / Week Vacancies: 1 Vacancy Terms of employment:  Permanent, Full time Start ...
Pipelines and carbon taxes: We're thinking about them all...
“With barely 12 per cent of Canada’s population, Alberta emits nearly 40 per cent of the country’s greenhouse gases. Should we feel guilty for emitting so mu...
Olympic wake-up call: Day 15 news you might have missed f...
Here's a quick recap of all the important Olympic news you might have missed overnight, and a look at what's still to come later today.
Provincial power plays: B.C. and Alberta test the boundar...
At the heart of the cooling dispute between Alberta and B.C. were two provinces flexing their muscles, testing the limits of their powers.
Murder, arson charges withdrawn in Edmonton fire that kil...
Murder and arson charges against a man in the death of the five-month-old baby last summer have been withdrawn.
Good morning! Alberta bars can open early for Olympic bro...
Sports fans hoping to watch Canada's men's hockey team compete for Olympic bronze against the Czech Republic on Saturday will have the chance to do it over a...
Alberta bars can open early for Olympic bronze medal hock...
Sports fans hoping to watch Canada's men's hockey team compete for Olympic bronze early Saturday morning will have the chance to do so with a cold beer and a...
Grass clippings may be banned from Edmonton curbs by the ...
Grass, leaves and yard clippings may be the first items banned from curbside pick up in Edmonton if council agrees to proposed changes on dealing with the ci...
Leaves, grass clippings may be banned from Edmonton curbs...
Grass, leaves and yard clippings may be the first items banned from curbside pick up in Edmonton if council agrees to proposed changes on dealing with the ci...
Two Edmonton-area people killed in northern Alberta crash
Two people from the Edmonton area died Thursday in a collision in Grande Prairie, police said in a news release.
'Better, stronger and faster': Edmonton police unveil sta...
The Edmonton Police Service unveiled its new $5.9 million state-of-the-art Air 1 helicopter Friday at Villeneuve airport, in Sturgeon County.
Preventing wildfires is a shared responsibility
While Albertans are still shovelling snow and scraping windshields, wildfire officials are already preparing for this year’s fire season. 
'I wish I knew': Alberta mother desperate to find son mis...
Sleep has eluded Heather Shtuka since her son vanished without a trace from the Sun Peaks Ski Resort in the B.C. Interior last week.
Eritrean athlete from Alberta 'really happy' to be an Oly...
Shannon-Ogbani Abeda, 21, was born in Calgary but represented his parents' home country of Eritrea, which they fled due to war.
Orders in Council
Orders Approved – February 21, 2018
No judicial misconduct in case of jailed sex assault vict...
A judge involved in the high-profile case of a sex assault victim who was jailed during the trial of her attacker has been cleared of any judicial misconduct.
Alberta plane reported missing on flight out of Colorado
A small plane from southern Alberta with four people on board has been reported missing in the United States.
Missing Alberta plane found crashed in Utah with no survi...
Searchers have found a small plane from Alberta reported missing in the United States. There were no survivors.
University of Calgary has new board chair
Former teacher and high school principal Jill Wyatt is the new chair of the Board of Governors of the University of Calgary.
Changes to further support victims of crime
The province is making changes to improve how victims are treated in the criminal justice system. 
Recruitment officer
ON Private Employer Job details   Salary $31.00 / Hour for 40 Hours / Week Vacancies: 1 Vacancy Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time Start date: As...
Home child care provider NOC 4411
Calgary, AB Parminder K. Hundal, Prof. Corp.
Lack of French public schools in north Edmonton frustrate...
Members of north Edmonton’s francophone community are worried about the lack of public French schools in the area. Community members discussed their concerns...
Administrative Assistants (NOC: 1241)
Calgary, AB Parminder K. Hundal, Prof. Corp.
Draisaitl, McDavid team up to lead Oilers to overtime win...
What if, heaven forbid, McDavid and Draisaitl spend the next few years together on the Oilers top line? Would that be so bad? Because let’s face it, they're ...
Federal government lifts all bovine TB quarantines from P...
The federal government says all quarantines imposed on Prairie farms and ranches because of a few cases of bovine tuberculosis have been lifted.
Albertans who own vacation properties in B.C. face new tax
Albertans with secondary properties in some parts of B.C. are facing a tax hike.
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Calgary, AB Maria De Luna Immigration Services
Fort McMurray lawyer urges insurers to extend wildfire cl...
A Fort McMurray lawyer is calling on insurance companies to extend their deadlines to settle wildfire insurance claims.
Accounting bookkeeper
ON Private Employer Job details   Salary $19.50 / Hour for 40 Hours / Week Vacancies: 1 Vacancy Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time Start date: As...
Warehouse Supervisor
Richmond, BC Ham Building Supplies Ltd.
Jailing of Edmonton sex assault victim 'a call to action'
An independent investigator calls the jailing of sex assault victim Angela Cardinal "a complete breakdown of legal protections" in a case that "should be see...
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