The Alberta government is giving a $665,000 grant to the Canadian Indigenous Language and Literacy Development Institute to help enhance Indigenous language acquisition for Alberta students by ensuring instructors can acquire training and certification.
A third lawyer has been called to the Bar of Alberta in Morinville.
Maxwell Putnam was called to the bar at the Morinville Provincial Courthouse July 20 in a ceremony that marked the start of his law career. Putnam, the nephew of Morinville lawyer Gord Putnam, has spent two summers articling at Putnam & Lawson. […]
Alberta has followed New Brunswick to become the second province to cover the costs of the medical abortion drug, Mifegymiso.
Sarah Hoffman, Minister of Health, announced Monday that Mifegymiso is now available to all women in the province at no cost to them. […]
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.
It’s not Brexit, really, that Brits are talking about down at the pub. It’s the baby.
Because the life of one very sick infant is a common denominator, a horror that can strike any family. More morally confounding, at least in the moment, than the great befuddlement of disentangling from Europe and how much that’s going to cost.
When the Morinville Community High School Class of 1997 walked across the stage to accept their diplomas in June of that year, I’ll Be Missing You by Puff Daddy was on the Billboard Top 100 charts, and Barbie Girl was something you either danced to or were annoyed by.
Not so, showed a bizarre democratic process that unfolded in a small Quebec town on Sunday night. A
referendum, ostensibly about zoning changes, ended up giving a handful of non-Muslims the power to tell Muslims how to bury their dead. […]
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.
Sturgeon County Division 4 Councillor Jerry Kaup said, “The Big Yes” that he is running again.
His love for the County and its future and all of the people asking him to run again are some of the reasons he is throwing his hat back in for re-election as Division 4 Councillor. […]
Is there a statute of limitations on statues?
Do personalities of the past deserve amnesties after the fact, forgiving their transgressions while sanitizing their triumphs? Or must our founders be held to account, forcing their followers to admit that historical legacies are subject to latter day judgments? […]
Justin Trudeau is having a rough summer. It turns out that a lot of Canadians aren’t thrilled about the federal government’s multimillion-dollar settlement payout to former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr, arguably the only public face in the nation more handsome than the prime minister’s. (Say what you want about Khadr, but he’s got great bone structure.) […]