Edmonton MP pushes for criminalization of conversion therapy
Randy Boissonnault, an Edmonton Centre MP and a special adviser to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 Issues, told reporters Thursday that Justice Minister David Lametti is still pursuing his pledge to make conversion therapy a criminal.
Pigeon Lake, Alberta has a fecal bacteria problem — Health Services issues advisory
Pigeon Lake is located roughly 90 kilometers southwest of Edmonton.
As Calgary mayor and council’s public approval plummet, their desperation increases
Recent polling suggests Calgary’s Mayor Naheed Nenshi and much of his City Council has seen a sharp decline in popularity.
Premier Kenney announces the release of Alberta fiscal report amid talks of public sector cuts
In the announcement, Premier Kenney addressed the reality that wage or job cuts may have to be made based on the results of the panel, but it’s still an uncertainty.
Jason Kenney slashes own salary by 10 percent—MLA salaries by 5 percent
On Tuesday, the Alberta provincial government made good on its promise to cut the pay of MLAs by 5 percent in addition to a 10 percent cut in the pay of the premier
Edmonton neighbourhood defaced with large swastika
Edmonton police are investigating the tagging of a lawn with a large spray-painted swastika.
Longtime Conservative MP Deepak Obhrai has passed away
Long-serving Conservative MP Deepak Obhrai passed away last night. Obhrai was diagnosed with stage four liver cancer just weeks before.
Largest meth stash in Southern Alberta’s history seized by border guards
According to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), the largest seizure of illegal drugs in the history of Southern Alberta has been completed at Coutts border crossing.