Alberta scientists search for meteorite remains from late August shower
On August 31, Edmonton citizens were graced with quite a site as many managed to witness the streaking fireball of a meteorite blitzing past the city and lighting up the sky.
Edmonton mother and soldier charged with arson and attempted murder of her three children
Chantal Condie, a 41-year-old Edmonton mother and corporal at CFB Edmonton, has been charged with arson and the attempted murder of her three children following her husband’s divorce of her.
Animal rights activists swarm Alberta farm, storm off with five turkeys
On September 2nd dozens of animal rights activists descended on a southern Alberta turkey farm calling for a “Liberation Lockdown” for the farmer’s turkeys.
Federal report claims Press Progress exaggerated social media bot activity during Alberta election
“RRM Canada identified accounts that demonstrated coordinated inauthentic behaviour. RRM Canada judges the activity is very unlikely to comprise one-third of the online conversation as reported by Press Progress…”
Minister suggests Alberta adopts “Clare’s Law” to prevent domestic abuse
Alberta currently holds the third-highest rate of intimate partner violence, leading to 166 deaths between 2008 and 2017
WATCH: Alberta man charged after assaulting referee and coach at kids hockey game
Lethbridge Police Service has charged one 55-year-old male with one count of assault after getting in an altercation with a kids hockey referee and coach.
Police crack down on non-licensed cannabis shops in Edmonton
“A legal market is a safer market, and the EPS will continue to crack down on the illegal market,” says Cst. Dexx Williams, EPS Cannabis Liaison.
Edmonton police seek public’s help in hit-and-run case that injured 73-year-old
Witnesses say that the vehicle briefly stopped before continuing northbound on 103 street.
Alberta panel recommends cuts to fix province’s spending problem
The committee recommended that Alberta keep spending flat for the next four years.