Domestic violence law passed unanimously in Alberta, but is it enough?
Claire’s Law allows women in Alberta to get background checks on their partners to see whether they have a criminal history of domestic violence.
Edmonton man arrested after string of poppy box robberies
An Edmonton man has been arrested after a string of poppy box robberies in Lloydminster, Alta., and Sherwood Park.
CBC and Canadian Press don’t care to get it right on climate change
“It’s because there are more people there, and they’re starting fires.”
Alberta to protect citizens from civil suits who defend their land with force
Alberta is making changes to civil laws to prevent property owners from being sued if they injure someone committing a crime on their property.
WEXIT: Wheatland County passes ‘Alberta First Referendum’ calling for independence
Residents of a southern Alberta county passed a resolution calling for changes to the confederation on Tuesday, all with the threat of holding an independence referendum.
WEXIT: Poll shows separatist sentiment booming in western provinces
The poll surveyed 1,516 voting-age Canadians online between Oct. 24 and Nov. 1, 2019.
WEXIT: Senators forming new caucus for western Canada
A group of Conservative-leaning senators are planning to create a caucus that can represent western Canada after Justin Trudeau’s Liberals were swept across the prairies in the recent election.
Wexit booms! Hundreds rally at Edmonton separatism event
“The west wants out”