The Federal Court of Appeal quashed the Trans Mountain expansion approval Thursday, resulting in legal limbo and more consultation for the project and immediate criticism from both federal and provincial conservatives. […]
Starting in the 2018-2019 school year, Alberta graduates of the Canadian Armed Forces’ Bold Eagle employment program, a challenging six-week summer employment program that combines Indigenous culture learning with military training, will receive up to five high school credits. […]
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) released information Wednesday that indicates eighty-nine per cent of Alberta business owners surveyed want the provincial government to freeze minimum wage at current levels of $13.60 per hour.
Youth aged 16 to 21 are being sought by Agriculture for Life, a group that works to improve rural and farm safety and provides information on the agricultural industry, for its Agriculture Youth Council. […]
The Government of Alberta says its issued Request for Proposals (RFP) for maintenance operations on Deerfoot Trail in Calgary to be followed later this year by RFP for 10 other highway maintenance areas across Alberta. The government says the move is to ensure safer roads year-round.
The Government of Alberta announced Tuesday that Status of Women is supporting 32 projects that will help immigrant entrepreneurs, empower Indigenous communities and make life better for Alberta women. […]
The Government of Alberta has put a ban on ticket bots effective Aug. 1 in a move it says will protect consumers by improving access to tickets from legitimate sellers, minimizing the need to turn to inflated resale prices.
The provincial government says Alberta’s new hunting regulations will “better manage and track species health, provide new hunting opportunities and introduce a seniors’ discount on hunting licences.” […]