The Morinville Community High School Wolves Sr. Girls basketball team ended the weekend with a bronze finish in their invitational tournament. The two-day tournament drew eight teams, including MCHS. […]
The latest pipeline faceoff between Alberta and British Columbia is more than a constitutional tussle.
It is also a reminder of the unresolved contradictions within Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate-change policy. […]
It’s no secret that the carbon tax imposed by the NDP is heavily impacting Alberta’s farmers and ranchers. Anyone reading this is likely more than familiar with the extra cost of filling up just to get into town, or the heightened costs that producers face in transporting products. […]
The government is looking for Albertans to help deliver on the province’s first French Policy by applying to join the Alberta Advisory Council on the Francophonie, a new council that will advise the Minister of Culture and Tourism, responsible for the Francophone Secretariat, on the implementation of Alberta’s French Policy.
(NC) As one of the top food trends, everyone is talking about the power of plant-based eating—but putting it into practice can seem daunting. Choosing a plant-based diet isn’t necessarily an overnight switch, nor does it have to mean a complete diet overhaul. We’ve simplified the pressures of doing the plant-based diet “right” with swaps to introduce plant-based eating into your daily routine. […]
Former prime minister Brian Mulroney is one of Justin Trudeau’s most effective allies on the Canada-U.S. trade front. And preserving NAFTA, or as much of it as possible, is the most significant item on the federal government’s mid-mandate plate. […]
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced Thursday his party would offer tax relief to young families by introducing the Supporting New Parents Act, which would remove federal income tax from benefits received under the EI maternity and EI parental programs. […]