Black Gold School Division to tell Elections Canada its schools can't be used.
Snow plows are starting the job of removing snow from streets in residential neighbourhoods
Officials with the unit laid out some of the issues it faces during an annual briefing before city council.
The city will hold the line on increases to residential property taxes for a year, after the passage of the 2021 budget at last night's city council meeting.
New provincial COVID-19 restrictions means organizers can't hand out the goods they've collected for Brooklyn's Backpacks.
The Alberta government announced changes Friday to make work conditions safer for plow operators and other roadside workers.
RCMP Central Alberta District Crime Reduction Unit completes a month-long search for illegal weapons and drugs.
Further restrictions have been imposed, but the premier stopped short of a provincial lockdown.
Majority of Leduc and Beaumont students vote for Brad Rutherford from UCP
UCP wins a majority government
Live updates coming in over the course of tonight
Election day around Alberta
Alberta Liberal Candidate wants to ensure the region isn't entirely dependent on oil and gas
Close to 800 votes cast by people outside the region in Advance Polling in Leduc-Beaumont
Green Party Candidate says more voices in the legislature are needed
Power of recall legislation makes Freedom Conservative Party an ideal choice says Leduc-Beaumont candidate
The Leduc Riggers took victories over the Sherwood Park Knights and the Spruce Grove Regals in overtime.
Div. 1 Women's, Div. 3 Men's teams win in Edmonton
Single draw tickets sold starting Oct. 1
Women's Division 1 team advances in inaugural season
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