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Hundreds gather in Edmonton to remember fallen police and peace officers
Family members and friends gathered at the Alberta Legislature Sunday to remember their lost loved ones on Police and Peace Officers' Memorial Day.
Border vaccine rules, mandatory use of ArriveCAN, mask mandates on planes and trains to end on Oct. 1
The federal government is dropping all COVID-19 measures at borders, meaning travellers will no longer need to provide proof of vaccination when entering Canada or wear masks on planes and trains, Ottawa announced today.
3 Indigenous women challenge Alberta's mandatory oath to King amid lawsuit
Three Indigenous women aspiring to become lawyers in Alberta are challenging the King's Oath, because they say swearing an oath to a monarch is modern colonialism.
RCMP investigating rape threat against Pierre Poilievre's wife
The RCMP confirmed Monday that it is looking into a threat of sexual violence directed at Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre's wife, Anaida Poilievre.
Volunteer underwater recovery team stretched to limit amid funding crunch
The Underwater Search Team volunteer has been collaborating with RCMP since 2013 to help recover drowning victims and wreckage. But the registered charity says it won't be able to continue the work due to lack of funding.
Moos you can use: northern Alberta families milking miniature Jersey cows
Federal, provincial governments announce more rural internet funding
Jason Kenney says he never intended to 'be in this gig for a long time'
My low-income community doesn't deserve stigma. It's an amazing place to raise my family
Can new legislation help 'Lost Canadians' be found again?
First Nation creates essay contest to 'challenge the history' of Wood Buffalo National Park
Should I pay for gas or buy fresh fruit for my kids? These are my impossible choices
Alberta government unveils how it plans to divest social housing properties
Alberta defence lawyers to refuse all legal aid cases starting Monday
Passport application, pick-up services now available in Fort McMurray, Alta.
Siksika Nation in southern Alberta to take over RCMP duties with own police service
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