Firefighters holding back wildfire near northern Alberta ...
Forest fire fighters are holding back a wildfire from the northern Alberta community and Janvier and the Chipewyan Prairie First Nation.
Kenney Says He’s Sorry About That 'Finger Bowl' Jab At Th...
OTTAWA — Jason Kenney went on two network shows Thursday to apologize for mocking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for having the "political depth of a fi...
Many unanswered questions about Edmonton police chief's d...
Just 35 days ago, Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht told media he was “very interested” in extending his contract.
VIA Rail apologizes to passengers as train delay reaches ...
VIA Rail is apologizing to its passengers, who are currently on a cross-country trip 45 hours behind schedule, saying the delays are “beyond our control.”
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Alberta's strengthening economy helps ATB Financial post ...
ATB Financial saw an 82-per-cent increase in net income in a record-breaking year last year.
Cat Fest, Rainmaker Rodeo and medieval battles: What to d...
This short week felt long and now the weekend is here but how to spend it? We’re hooking you up with a list.
While you're out in the yard, who's stealing stuff from y...
Police in Edmonton are warning homeowners to lock their home and garage doors while they’re outside gardening.
Jason Kenney says he regrets calling Trudeau an 'empty tr...
United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney has apologized to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for claiming the PM "can't read a briefing note longer than a c...
Emergency Alerts May Be One Time Drivers Can Get Away Wit...
Anyone who has received one of the new Alert Ready emergency messages on your cellphone while the ringer was on will know they're hard to ignore. But what if...
Trans Mountain Pipeline: Premier Notley
Premier Rachel Notley issued the following statement in response to the B.C. Supreme Court’s dismissal of legal challenges by the Squamish Nation and t...
Former Notley chief of staff rehired as 'executive advise...
According to an employment contract now posted online, John Heaney was hired on Oct. 9, 2017, to serve as an adviser to Treasury Board and Finance. He now sp...
Court throws out Trans Mountain pipeline challenge from C...
B.C.'s Supreme Court has dismissed legal challenges to Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain expansion project from the City of Vancouver and the Squamish Nation.
Edmonton man gets eight years in prison for role in weapo...
An Edmonton man who pleaded guilty in Alberta’s first case of "straw purchasing" received an eight-year prison sentence Thursday for his role in an illegal w...
Edmonton man gets 8 years in prison for role in weapons t...
An Edmonton man who pleaded guilty in Alberta’s first case of "straw purchasing" received an eight-year prison sentence Thursday for his role in an illegal w...
Edmonton economy can't rely on pipeline project, mayor te...
Edmonton's mayor wants the city to broaden its economic reach past the traditional benefits of the oil sands, government offices and the Trans Mountain pipel...
Should Star Trek captain be the new voice of Edmonton tra...
If Mayor Don Iveson had his way, Captain Jean-Luc Picard of the USS Star Trek Enterprise would be the voice of Edmonton’s transit system.
TV show puts spotlight on Alberta fire departments
The Yellowhead County and Lesser Slave Lake fire departments are the stars of Hellfire Heroes, a new show that airs Tuesdays on Discovery.
Moody's warns Trans Mountain failure would be major blow ...
An influential international credit rating agency says the Trans Mountain pipeline dispute is “credit negative” for Alberta, even taking into account Ottawa’...
Recreation Volunteer Awards now open
Albertans are encouraged to reach out to their municipalities to nominate outstanding recreation volunteers for Alberta’s Recreation Volunteer Recognit...
Continued funding means hundreds of new teachers
The Classroom Improvement Fund is continuing for the upcoming school year, helping to hire hundreds of teachers and support staff across the province.
New stable housing for homeless in Calgary
A new permanent supportive housing project in Calgary’s Forest Lawn and Hillhurst neighbourhoods means safe homes for Albertans experiencing homelessness.
Cyclist may have witnessed Callingwood homicide, police say
Edmonton police are asking the public for help in locating a man they'd like to speak with who was seen in the Callingwood neighbourhood last week around the...
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Edmonton researcher wants your garden slugs
Think you're fast enough to catch a slug? Lien Luong is asking Edmontonians to go on the hunt.
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Robin Camp, Former Alberta Judge, Allowed to Practise Law...
CALGARY — A former judge who resigned over his treatment of a sexual assault complainant is allowed to once again practise law in Alberta. The Law Soci...
Pain on the train: VIA Rail passengers frustrated by dela...
On Wednesday, Mike Gardiner and hundreds of other VIA Rail passengers were parked on the sidings in Irma, Alta. They were already more than 30 hours late on ...
Pain on the train: VIA Rail passengers frustrated with de...
On Wednesday, Mike Gardiner and hundreds of other VIA Rail passengers were parked on the sidings in Irma, Alta. They were already more than 30 hours late on ...
Missing Skeleton Lake boater presumed dead by Boyle RCMP
Emergency crews in the northern Alberta community of Athabasca County are searching Skeleton Lake for a missing boater presumed dead.
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Victoria, BC JOHN (NGOK KUAM ) LEE -MARGARET LEE POA Duties includes Personal care to client such as bathing, personal hygiene, and dressing. Feed client, us...
Oilsands tailings pond approval terms shortened for forme...
Tailings pond management plans for two former Shell Canada oilsands mines in northern Alberta have been approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator, but it said...
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Edmonton, AB Manpower Languages English Education Secondary (high) school graduation certificate Experience 2 years to less than 3 years Security and Safety ...
Murder victim's father lunges across courtroom to threate...
The father of homicide victim Joshua Barnes is now facing a charge of uttering threats after allegedly attacking the 17-year old accused of second-degree mur...
Alberta government paid utility companies more than $8M l...
The Alberta government paid electrical utilities more than $8.3 million last month as its consumer price cap was exceeded for the first time.
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Delta, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title : RESTAURANT MANAGER (NOC 0631 ) Employer : DENNY'S RESTAURANT (DEN-BC RESTAURANTS LTD.) Location Delta, BC ...
Alberta's income tax 'advantage' exists for the poor and ...
Whether Alberta should return to a "flat tax" on income has been the subject of debate recently. But even if the province reverted to its old system, most Al...
Northern Alberta hamlet on alert as wildfire danger rises...
Lightning and parched conditions have sparked multiple wildfires in northern Alberta.
Edmonton police chief Rod Knecht will not get contract re...
Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht’s contract is not being renewed when it expires later this year.
Edmonton police chief Rod Knecht will not have contract r...
Edmonton Police Chief Rod Knecht’s contract is not being renewed when it expires later this year.
All Fort McMurray wildfire insurance claims given a 'blan...
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci said Wednesday all Fort McMurray wildfire insurance policyholders will have an extra year to file their claims.
Seed for speed: drones could be game-changer for forestry
Drones could make tree-planting a lot more efficient because they can shoot seeds from the sky into the soil much faster than humans can.
Too much bad behaviour puts Accidental Beach on 'probatio...
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson said people's behaviour at the beach must improve before the city spends money turning the sandy oasis into a long-term fixture.
Bad behaviour puts Accidental Beach on 'probation' this s...
Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson said people's behaviour at the beach must improve before the city spends money turning the sandy oasis into a long-term fixture.
Edmonton man pleads guilty in 'straw purchasing' weapons ...
For the first time in Alberta, a man has pleaded guilty to possession of weapons for the purpose of trafficking, in a practice known as straw purchasing, whe...
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