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'We do not have time': Alberta justice minister vows to tackle rural crime
The Alberta government intends to work “as fast as humanly possible” to solve the problem of rural crime, even forgoing consultation, in order to make changes quickly, Justice Minister Doug Schweitzer said Tuesday.
Woman testifies she blacked out, woke up naked next to Edmonton bar promoter
A woman says she thought she was going on a dinner date with former bar promoter Matthew McKnight but instead ended up at a string of bars, blacked out and woke up in his bed. But his defence lawyer suggests the sexual contact was consensual.
Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg of Sweden 'doesn't understand' Alberta, environment minister says
Alberta's environment minister says Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg "doesn't understand" the province, and signalled the government won't be laying out the welcome mat for the 16-year-old's upcoming visit.
OPINION | Election 2019: A national reckoning on climate change
In his final look at the climate policies on offer in this election campaign, energy and environmental economist Andrew Leach compares three very different visions of Canada's energy future
As heritage fund dwindles, Edmonton council sees positive signs
The City of Edmonton risks running out of money to help preserve old buildings but councillors and history buffs see it as a good news story.
Roughly 4.7M ballots cast in advance polls, Elections Canada says
Man, 28, identified as victim in Grande Prairie weekend homicide
Alberta government bill would update grazing lease system to collect more revenue
Reunification event brings Dene from around the globe to Calgary
Election talk can be bad office politics, workplace expert says
Man, 32, killed as truck rolls near Wainwright, Alta.
Sherwood Park outfitter fined $25K for wildlife offences
Edmonton police charge 4 suspects in 2 Saturday shootings
Crown asks Alberta's top court to convict Stephans for treating dying boy with home remedies
Warren Buffett-linked company to build $200M wind power farm in Alberta
Popular holiday light display will live on near Leduc
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