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76% of Calgary police think morale is poor: employee survey
Low morale continues to be a serious issue at the Calgary Police Service, according to the latest employee survey.
The federal government's carbon pricing plan will eliminate Alberta's hard-earned climate gains: Opinion
Climate and health will once again be jeopardized by coal combustion, at a time when cheap, emission-free alternatives exist.
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day shines light on research initiatives
After nearly a year of suffering from persistent abdominal pain, pushing for answers from health professionals, taking more tests and finally paying for a CAT scan out of pocket to speed up the process, Leesa Dolynchuk had a diagnosis: Stage 4 pancreatic cancer.
Personal drug use should be decriminalized, addictions expert says
An addictions expert has what might seem like a counterintuitive solution to the Alberta's opioid crisis — decriminalization of all drugs.
Ottawa to spend $90M to build, repair First Nations police stations
The federal government will spend nearly $90 million to build and repair police stations in First Nation and Inuit communities.