RCMP and their partners will be keeping an eye out for those who fail to buckle up this month, March's focus under the province's Traffic Safety Calendar.
Police say although statistics show the majority of drivers are wearing seatbelts, some drivers either avoid compliance altogether or are inconsistent in their use of occupant restraints.
Albertans who register for the province's Residential No-Charge Energy Savings Program online at efficiencyalberta.ca – will be contacted starting in April for appointments for in-home installations of practical, no-charge efficiency products, the government announced Tuesday.
Though snow and ice are still on the ground, Alberta wildland firefighters are gearing up to defend the province and its communities from forest fires.
Human activity caused more than 60 per cent of last year's wildfires. Last year, 1,338 wildfires burned more than 611,000 hectares, including the Horse River wildfire that spread into Fort McMurray.
Conseil scolaire Centre-Nord (CSCN)’s School Trustees announced this week that the official opening of École Alexandre-Taché in St-Albert would take place with a formal ceremony Thursday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m.
The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) is hoping to spark a conversation with young adults between the ages of 18 and 29 on what it means to drink responsibly. AGLC unveiled its latest ad campaign - What do your empties say about you? - Wednesday.
The Government of Alberta chose Valentine's Day to remind Albertans of the importance of becoming an organ donor.
The NDP government says provincial donor rates have increased substantially over the past three years with more than 330,000 Albertans already registered with the Alberta Organ and Tissue Donation Registry.