Saturday Jan 25, 2014
The upcoming resumption of Parliament on Jan. 27 will feature St. Albertís own MP Brent Rathgeber in a number of spotlights. In emails to the Gazette this week, Rathgeber said there will be a lot of work to do, as a late start and multiple breaks meant there were only about six weeks of work done in Parliament last fall. ...
Saturday Dec 14, 2013
Wednesday Jun 12, 2013
St. Albertís federal representative is fighting for more transparency in the CBC.
Military bases across the country Ė including the base in Edmonton Ė are facing crumbling infrastructure that risks the health and safety of workers, says a new report from Auditor General Michael Ferguson.
Shoppers in Alberta continued to enjoy low overall price inflation in September, although they could be forgiven for feeling they werenít getting such a good deal.
Having a pet means making decisions to ensure the animal's health and well-being. Although most pet parents carefully consider veterinarians as well as flea and tick medications, many do not give equal thought to the type of food they will feed their companion animals. Selecting a good quality food...
Disabled military veterans will soon receive more government funds for their ailments now that the Conservatives have decided to end controversial benefit clawbacks.
Federal politicians voted against re-examining the countryís Criminal Code definition of when human life begins in the House of Commons Wednesday.
Local MP Brent Rathgeber vented about his own government’s extravagance and called for more fiscal discipline from cabinet ministers as the government asks Canadians and public servants to sacrifice.