Edmonton city staff invited to join anti-bullying vigil
A city of Edmonton employee hopes a vigil on Saturday night at Churchill Square will inspire other city staff to bring a candle, share stories or just observ...
Canada's oil price woes reaching an 'emergency situation,...
The head of one of the country's largest oilsands producers says Canada's oil price woes are reaching an "emergency situation," and on Wednesday saw his comp...
Suncor CEO Steve Williams to retire; Mark Little named as...
Suncor Energy Inc. says Steve Williams will retire as chief executive after the company's annual meeting next May.
Fort McMurray artist uses 'wild colour' to bring portrait...
Four years ago, when someone tagged the shed behind Russell Thomas's Fort McMurray home, the former broadcaster and municipal politician painted over the van...
Suspect in fatal hit-and-run charged nine months after Re...
A 29-year-old man has been charged in relation to a fatal hit and run in Red Deer last spring.
Jason Kenney says Carpay membership decision lies with UC...
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney says he doesn’t have the authority to expel the Calgary lawyer who compared the Pride flag to a Nazi swastika f...
Pro wrestling shouldn't be governed by Edmonton Combative...
Professional wrestling should no longer be governed by the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission, a city council committee decided on Wednesday.
Edmonton café standing by $3.50 charge for lemon water af...
An Edmonton restaurant has been flooded with complaints after a customer — sour at being charged $3.50 for hot lemon water — posted a negative review online.
Overnight work on 212 Avenue interchange begins
Crews will install girders for the Deerfoot Trail/212 Avenue interchange, Nov. 14-16 and Nov. 19-21 between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Alberta government launches revenue counter in campaign f...
The Alberta government launched a real-time lost-revenue counter on Wednesday which shows $80 million is being lost across the country every day without the ...
Alberta launches lost-revenue counter in campaign for Tra...
The Alberta government launched a real-time lost-revenue counter on Wednesday which shows $80 million is being lost across the country every day without the ...
Alberta education minister threatens to pull funding for ...
Alberta's education minister is threatening to pull funding from 28 private school authorities if they don't comply with legislation permitting gay-straight ...
Delays at Sturgeon Refinery add to Alberta heavy oil pric...
A new refinery touted as part of the solution to Alberta's oversupply of heavy oil likely won't begin processing oilsands bitumen until year-end, several mon...
Fine for improper waterworks system monitoring
Darcy Dobrosky has been fined $1,000 for violating the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act .
Edmonton man helps broker historic peace deal in Ethiopia
Imprisonment in an Ethiopian prison cell. That was the singular thought racing through Ahmed Abdulkadir’s mind as he returned to his home country for the fir...
Safe and caring policies implemented on private schools
Education Minister David Eggen issued the following statement on school authority compliance with An Act to Support Gay-Straight Alliances.
Canada's Olympic and Paralympic committees disappointed b...
Watch LIVE as Alberta Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda talks about the vote results in Calgary at 10:30 a.m. MT.
Calgary Olympics No vote not an easy decision, says Alber...
Alberta Culture and Tourism Minister Ricardo Miranda says the provincial government respects the decision of Calgarians in a plebiscite that dashed local hop...
Calgary Olympics No vote sets city looking to a future wi...
Citizens were asked in Tuesday's non-binding plebiscite if they wanted to host a Winter Games again. Out of 767,734 eligible voters, 304,774 voted and 171,75...
Norwood renovation supports long-term care needs
The CapitalCare Norwood Continuing Care Centre project is moving forward and construction will begin summer of 2019.
Alberta fighting to Keep Canada Working
With pipeline delays now costing Canadians more than $80 million per day, Alberta is launching the next phase of the nationwide Keep Canada Working campaign.
What You Need To Know In Each Province About Cutting Down...
Oh, Christmas tree! For many Canadians, selecting and cutting down the perfect tree is a cherished holiday tradition. The tree becomes a backdrop for the sea...
Cenovus To Alberta: Please Limit Oil Production Until Pri...
An oilsands giant is calling on the Alberta government to limit the amount of oil produced in the province, but it's not out of any desire to save the planet...
$2 million in wildfire rebuild relief approved for Fort M...
Fort McMurray residents still struggling to rebuild after the 2016 wildfire will get $2 million in financial assistance from the local municipality.
$2M in wildfire rebuild relief approved for Fort McMurray...
Fort McMurray residents still struggling to rebuild after the 2016 wildfire will get $2 million in financial assistance from the local municipality.
Groat Road Bridge work means detours for city buses until...
Ongoing construction on the Groat Road Bridge means starting next month no Edmonton, St. Albert or Strathcona County buses will be able to cross for the next...
Fort McMurray dog that killed chihuahua designated as vic...
Despite pleas against the label from the dog’s owner, Kellie Brannan, Wood Buffalo municipal council upheld the by-law designation Tuesday night.
Won't name 2 MLAs accused of inappropriate behaviour beca...
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the NDP caucus won't reveal the names of two legislature members accused of inappropriate behaviour.
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'Time for the health minister to step up': Critics call f...
Health Minister Sarah Hoffman must finally order an end to a Covenant Health policy that has traumatized some terminally ill patients seeking an assisted dea...
Calgary 2026 Winter Olympic Games Bid Gets 'No' From Citi...
CALGARY — A Calgary bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games is destined to die after the majority of voters said 'no' to it. In a plebisci...
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Brampton, ON Raman Salon & Spa Inc. Salary-  $ 33 per hr Hours-  35 to 40 hrs per week
Personal Aide (home support) Private home of the Boucher ...
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FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR (NOC 4411)
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE: FOOD SERVICE SUPERVISOR (NOC 4411) EMPLOYER: JULIET'S CASTLE RESTAURANT (NIRVANA ENTERTAINMENT INC.) &nbs...
CHILD CAREGIVER-PRIVATE HOME (NOC 4411)
Airdrie, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. TITLE: CHILD CAREGIVER-PRIVATE HOME (NOC 4411) EMPLOYER: CATHERINE J LENNOX, PAULA A LENNOX-PRIVATE HOME  Locat...
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Banff, AB Oskar Construction Ltd Build patios, garden walls and other decorative installations; Face, cut, and size stones; Remove and replace existing mason...
Statement: Minister comments on Games bid plebiscite
Statement from Minister Ricardo Miranda:
Edmonton mayor questions economic handouts associated wit...
Edmonton didn't stand a chance at winning the bid for Amazon's second headquarters, but the mayor and a city councillor are standing behind the city's strategy.
Sherwood Park community centre deemed structurally sound,...
It has been determined that the Sherwood Park community centre and County Hall are structurally sound after a pair of explosions sparked a massive police inv...
Edmonton bus driver safety shield project to cost $11.7M
The city’s executive committee has approved agreements with two contractors that will provide an $11.7 million upgrade to Edmonton busses, including the inst...
Edmonton police ask for help to solve 2016 murder of Colo...
On Nov. 13, 2016, Leonardo Duran-Ibanez was randomly attacked by a group of four men and two women, and died of severe head trauma. Police have identified pe...
12-year-old plan to rejig Edmonton's 105th Avenue back on...
The plan to streetscape Edmonton's 105th Avenue is more than 12 years old, and despite a tight upcoming four-year budget the corridor known as Columbia Avenu...
Charges laid in killing of man during fight at Sunchild R...
Two men have been charged in the death of 23-year-old Arley Creed Lagrelle after a fight at a gas station on the Sunchild First Nation reserve.
Alberta Advantage registered as official political party
A party founded by former members of the Wildrose Party unhappy with the merger with the Progressive Conservatives have received official recognition by Elec...
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