The mayor reached out to Chief Greg Gabriel of the Penticton Indian Band, to ask how council could support the local First Nations community following the...
Celebrating Canada Day has been called into question across the country after the discovery of the gravesites of 215 undocumented children at a Kamloops residential school.
Premier Jason Kenney announced Friday the province has reached the targets to launch Stage 3 which was a vaccination rate of 70.2% in the province.
On Thursday, a review panel for the Alberta Energy Regulator denied the provincial application for the Grassy Mountain coal project in the coal-rich Crowsnest Pass.
Drew Barnes, MLA for Cypress-Medicine Hat and Todd Loewen, MLA for Central Peace-Notley, were both expelled from the UCP caucus last month.
Alberta’s Open for Summer Lottery will now offer an additional 40 travel-related prizes provided by WestJet and Air Canada.
Argo Group International Holdings Ltd., an underwriter based in Bermuda, said the project no longer fits the company's "risk appetite."
The Senate election is being held October 18, the same day Albertans go to the polls in civic elections and the Equalization referendum.
Jason Kenney said between now and Thursday, 48,361 people need to get jabs for a wide open Canada Day.
Kenney called Alberta the "cradle of Islam" in Canada.