City report brings forward new option to ease congestion ...
A new city report throws a U-turn into long-promised plans to turn Terwillegar Drive into a freeway, saying the city could save $900 million and years of con...
Party leaders to get 'grim' report from Edmonton school b...
The leaders of Alberta's political parties will be sent a report from Edmonton Public Schools, characterized by trustees as "grim" and "bleak," that suggests...
Alberta NDP caucus asks for ethics probe after UCP MLAs v...
Alberta's NDP caucus is requesting the ethics commissioner investigate a recent trip by the UCP's Leader Jason Kenney, energy critic Prasad Panda and trade c...
Fort McMurray region's Indigenous groups support oilsands...
The company that hopes to build a massive oilsands project north of Fort McMurray says it has secured the support of all 14 Indigenous groups in the region.
CBC/Radio-Canada reaffirms commitment to diversity and in...
CBC/Radio-Canada says it's exceeded goals to hire more Indigenous Peoples, visible minorities, and persons with disabilities.
Red Deer rebounding, hosting AUMA convention
Hundreds of municipal officials are gathering in Red Deer for the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) Convention, giving them a front row seat fo...
Soaring downtown skyline forces Edmonton firefighters to ...
The new highrises rejuvenating Edmonton’s skyline are not only changing the way downtown looks, but it’s changing the way fire crews respond to emergencies.
Orders in Council
Order Approved – September 24, 2018
Health inspection closes downtown Edmonton restaurant for...
A downtown Edmonton Chinese food restaurant has been shut down for the second time in three weeks, after health inspectors found evidence of cockroaches and ...
Nation hits the switch on new solar power
Ermineskin Cree Nation has partnered with the Alberta government to install a new solar power system at the Maskwacis Mall to help reduce emissions and save ...
Edmonton restaurateur fundraises to open burger, bagel an...
Edmonton restaurateur Nate Box wants to establish three new businesses in the historic building known as the Gibbard Block, but he won’t rely on the banks to...
Aurora Cannabis 'more than ready' with pot supply
Licensed marijuana producer Aurora Cannabis Inc. says it is "more than ready" for the legalization of recreational pot next month, with enough supply to meet...
Post-production industry gets permanent support
The province is launching a permanent grant program to help Alberta’s post-production businesses attract investment and be more competitive.
Assistant cooks Denny's Kingsway 7774 (NOC 6322)
kingsway burnaby, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Kingsway 7774 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny...
Assistant cooks Denny's Mt.lehman 9216
mt.lehman, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Mt.lehman 9216 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  De...
Amidst Trans Mountain debate, Rachel Notley addresses Int...
The speech comes one day after federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer outlined his plan to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion back on track. Watch ...
Rachel Notley slams Bill C-69 at International Pipeline C...
Some have said the bill could devastate an energy industry already grappling with constrained pipeline capacity and depressed commodity prices.
Assistant cooks Denny's Richmond 8725
Richmond, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Richmond 8725 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denn...
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Red Deer, AB 1525637 Alberta Ltd
Assistant cooks Denny's Abbotsford 8521 (NOC 6322)
Abbotsford, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Abbotsford 8521 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny...
Assistant cooks Denny's Langley 7034
Langley, BC Link Canada Immigration Inc.   Title:   Assistant cooks Denny's Langley 7034 (NOC 6322)  Employer:  Denny&...
Canada must fix 'deficiencies' in spill plan for Trans Mo...
Washington's Department of Ecology says that the Canadian government, as the owner of the 100-kilometre pipeline, is required by law to have an approved spil...
Cartoon 'spokesbud' aims to spark attention to Leduc's ca...
The City of Leduc got mixed reviews for the illustrated cannabis character it hopes will bring attention to bylaws that come into effect after legalization.
City of Leduc spikes cartoon 'spokesbud' for new cannabis...
The City of Leduc has ditched a cartoon character named Buddy intended to attract attention to new cannabis bylaws.
Meat rules need relaxing, say some Alberta producers and ...
Sending his animals to be killed at a slaughterhouse is the worst part of Takota Coen’s work as a young producer. He’s advocating for a change to the rules t...
Métis kayaker and Cree doctor among this year's Indspire ...
Twelve Indigenous people from across Canada will receive Indspire Awards this year, which honour the education and achievement of First Nations, Métis and In...
'I acted in self-defence,' says man convicted of killing ...
On Nov. 11, 2015, Chris Harrison, 40, attacked Preston Goulet, 42 in an Edson strip club. Goulet died of blunt-force head injuries a few days later. A jury f...
'I acted in self-defence,' says man convicted of fatal as...
On Nov. 11, 2015, Chris Harrison, 40, attacked Preston Goulet, 42 in an Edson strip club. Goulet died of blunt-force head injuries a few days later. A jury f...
Edmonton public schools to review its 'books to weed out'...
Edmonton Public Schools says it's taking down its book review site after a leading Indigenous author questioned why some of his graphic novels were on a not-...
Board's 'not recommended' book list raises ire of award-w...
Edmonton's school board says it's taking down its book review site after a leading Indigenous author questioned why some of his graphic novels were on a not-...
Edmonton school board's 'not recommended' list raises ire...
Edmonton's school board says it's taking down its book review site after a leading Indigenous author questioned why some of his graphic novels were on a not-...
Indigenous author angered that Edmonton school board bann...
Edmonton's school board says it's taking down its book review site after a leading Indigenous author questioned why some of his graphic novels were on a not-...
WestJet's confused, compassionate AI chatbot still needs ...
The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to hear when she sent the company a glowing review was a referral to a suicide hotline.
WestJet's compassionate and confused chatbot sends happy ...
The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to hear when she sent the company a glowing review was a referral to a suicide hotline.
Heart treatment could have saved her husband's life — but...
A grieving family is pleading with Alberta Health Services to make a life-saving treatment for heart attack patients available in Red Deer — before another p...
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Vilna, AB Grewal Immigration Services
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Markham, ON Jecris Tubigon
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Toronto, ON Jecris Tubigon
'She deserves a medal': Grande Prairie woman finds owner ...
A Grande Prairie woman on a quest to return a collection of stolen war medals has found their rightful owner.
Red Deer calls on Alberta gov't to pay for 'consequences'...
The mayor of Red Deer is calling on the Alberta government to pay for the "consequences" of gaps in addictions and homelessness services.
Renewable will be in mix when Edmonton negotiates new ene...
The City of Edmonton wants all of its operations to be powered by renewable energy sources by 2030, and is looking at upcoming electricity contract negotiati...
Northern Lakes College breaks ground on new campus
Students in the High Prairie region will soon have access to a new, central post-secondary facility now that Northern Lakes College has broken ground on its ...
Ottawa needs 'special representative' to consult Indigeno...
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has outlined a plan to jump-start Trans Mountain construction, a month after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet ap...
Goalie scores with centre-ice proposal at Edmonton beer l...
An Edmonton goalie wanted to wow his hard-to-surprise girlfriend, so he planned an elaborate proposal at - where else? - his beer league hockey game.
Agri-News: September 24, 2018
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Police 'were monsters who would kill them': Details emerg...
A court document has provided more details in a bizarre naked kidnapping case that happened last year south of Edmonton, but some questions remain.
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