Alberta driver examiners stop working to protest deprivatization

Albertans wanting to take a driving test this week may have to wait. Some driving examiners stopped working Thursday in protest…

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Toronto pot company recalls cannabis sold in Alberta over mould, contamination concern

A Toronto-based company has ordered a recall of a cannabis product sold in Alberta due to contamination concerns. Newstrike Brands…

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Major pot retailer gets market share edge as Alberta falls short of its own policy

More than 20 per cent of cannabis stores in Alberta are owned by one company, a situation Alberta Gaming, Liquor…

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Collision with hay bales caused fatal Alberta plane crash, says TSB

A plane crash that killed a man near Black Diamond, Alta., in July was the result of the small aircraft…

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Alberta man pays tribute to late grandson with homemade ice machine

With a little scrap metal and a lot of ingenuity, Peter Szmyrko built a homemade ice resurfacer that would rival…

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Mushing in the new year in Edmonton’s river valley

A growing crew of northern Alberta dog owners has at least one shared new year’s resolution for 2019: run their…

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Sabre-toothed squirrels, beavers and budgies: Best animal stories of 2018

The Chinese zodiac considers 2018 the year of the dog, but canines weren’t the only creatures to make headlines in…

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No regrets as Notley looks back on last 3 years

With dreams dashed of cutting the ribbon on a new Trans Mountain pipeline expansion — at least for now — Premier…

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Proposed tower on old BMO site to offer residential, hotel units

A proposed high rise on the site of the now-demolished BMO building could provide housing for hundreds of people in…

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