There were more than 430 residential break-and-enters in Alberta RCMP jurisdictions in January of 2019, and more than 4,850 from January to November. Alberta RCMP are advising Albertans to add home and property security to their winter vacation planning this year.
The Government of Alberta will put a temporary freeze on new photo radar devices effective Dec. 1 as it begins a two-year consultation and review with municipalities and police on the future of photo radar in Alberta. […]
The Government of Alberta says it is strengthening the justice system by doubling the number of Crown articling students from eight to 16. Government articling students are law school graduates who gain practical experience performing some of the duties of Crown prosecutors. The province says it plans to increase the number to at least 20 by 2021. […]
The UCP say new legislation would help Alberta hold opioid manufacturers and wholesalers accountable for opioid-related health-care costs and damages. The Opioid Damages and Health Care Costs Recovery Act would enable Alberta to participate in B.C.’s proposed national class action suit against these opioid companies. […]
Two years after the NDP voted against scrapping daylight savings time, the United Conservative Party are taking another look at it. The government has launching an online survey to gather feedback about the observation of daylight saving time in Alberta.
The Government of Alberta is making changes to Alberta’s property tax rules it says will ensure cannabis-production facilities pay their fair share for municipal services. Buildings that house cannabis production will now be assessed at market value and taxed at non-residential rates. […]