Letter: Thanks to Good Samaritans

This afternoon (January 22nd) I found myself in the ditch in my vehicle on the intersection of Highway 37 and Range Road 244. Road conditions were slippery, the truck ahead of me was sliding into the vehicle making a northbound turn, it managed to stop I wasn’t going to be able to, so I steered off the road and into the snow-covered ditch. […]


CFIB raises Alberta’s red tape reduction grade from failing to B-

The Government of Alberta received its highest grade in 11 years on the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) annual Red Tape Report Card. CFIB presented the grade of B- to Premier Jason Kenney and the Associate Minister of Red Tape Reduction, Grant Hunter, during an event in Calgary. […]

Crime & Police

Rise in liquor store thefts leads province to launch working group

Liquor store thefts in Edmonton tripled in 2019 over the previous year. With more than 9,500 liquor store thefts in Edmonton alone last year, the government has established a working group to combat what the UCP says is a growing public safety threat posed by liquor store robberies and thefts. […]