Age appropriate information being taught about the opioid overdose crisis in the Alberta curriculum, is something the United Conservative Party Official Opposition is hoping to see as students return to school throughout Alberta. […]
The Alberta government is investing more than $600,000 into five community projects to help newcomers who may be affected by family violence. The community agencies is receiving grant funding through the Family and Community Safety Program. […]
Following the past weekend’s unity vote for Alberta conservatives, members of the legacy Wildrose and Progressive Conservative caucuses held their first joint meeting as united conservatives Monday. During that meeting, Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA Nathan Cooper was selected as the new party’s interim leader.
Albertans are invited to attend one of five open-house events to provide feedback on condo governance issues. The closest session is July 27 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Edmonton at the Lister Centre, University of Alberta.