The Senate of Canada celebrated the 150th anniversary of its first sitting Nov. 6 by awarding commemorative medals, struck by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Senate 150th Anniversary Medal commemorates the first time senators came to Ottawa to sit in Parliament on Nov. 6, 1867. […]
Private enterprise will be able to sell cannabis in Alberta, but online sales will be under government control, the government announced Thursday.
Following months of public engagement, the province is moving forward with legislation it says would manage legalized cannabis in Alberta with health and safety top of mind. […]
Council has unanimously approved a limited number of Morinville residents to own pet pigs after a report to Council from Sgt. William Norton, Manager of Enforcement Services, focusing on three requests to consider issuing permits for different breeds of swine (pig).
The Seventh Annual Heroes Hockey Challenge (HHC), a series of annual charitable hockey fundraising events taking place in communities across Canada with various National Hockey League (NHL) alumni teams and celebrities, is underway. […]
Municipalities collect education property taxes on behalf of the province through their municipal property tax system. Oil and gas facilities are taxed until there is an abandoned status on the records of the Alberta Energy Regulator. Once abandoned, no assessment is prepared. This government says this process can take several years during which the municipality is required to remit education property tax. […]