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Outloud holds BirthGay Gala March 15

Outloud holds BirthGay Gala March 15

2SLGBTQ+ support group formed 10 years ago
Government of Alberta promises $8 million to KidSport

Government of Alberta promises $8 million to KidSport

On March 5, the Government of Alberta announced that it has committed to giving $8 million to a program that helps make sports and recreational activities more accessible and affordable for Alberta youth.
Alberta Health budget forecasts record number of private surgeries

Alberta Health budget forecasts record number of private surgeries

Alberta Health has plans to boost the number of surgeries performed in the province in 2024 and is counting on a record number of procedures being contracted to private, for-profit facilities to meet its target.
Edmonton artist Zhelisko reclaims women's portraits

Edmonton artist Zhelisko reclaims women's portraits

Ukrainian-Canadian painter showcases the power, intensity and sensuality of women in art
Alberta RCMP say no charges after voter fraud probe into 2017 UCP leadership race

Alberta RCMP say no charges after voter fraud probe into 2017 UCP leadership race

EDMONTON — Alberta RCMP say there will be no charges following a probe into potential voter identity fraud in the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race that saw former premier Jason Kenney elected leader.
At St. Albert city hall, Queen's portrait waits to make way for successor

At St. Albert city hall, Queen's portrait waits to make way for successor

More than a year after her death, the late Elizabeth II's image still hangs in council chambers
St. Albert's faces of International Women's Day

St. Albert's faces of International Women's Day

St. Albert Interface Connects celebrates the Honourable Lisa Tchir, Irene Leduc, Barb Riley, Danielle Reed and Madison Manchakowsky
SAiF & Sound benefit concert supports victims of domestic violence

SAiF & Sound benefit concert supports victims of domestic violence

Sturgeon Valley Singers, poet Lauren Seal to appear at fundraiser
Province moves to regulate counsellors

Province moves to regulate counsellors

Should mean higher standards, more care, say advocates
Some Alberta pharmacists feel fed’s pharmacare isn’t the answer

Some Alberta pharmacists feel fed’s pharmacare isn’t the answer

Some Alberta pharmacists have concerns about increased bureaucracy and wasted resources in new federal pharmacare plan
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