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Alberta Prime Times to close down

Alberta Prime Times to close down

After several years, Great West Media is announcing the shutdown of the Alberta Prime Times website as of Feb. 27, 2024.
Alberta says it will opt out of national pharmacare program

Alberta says it will opt out of national pharmacare program

Federal deal would initially cover diabetes medications, contraceptives
Policing committee concerned about potential loss of complaints director position

Policing committee concerned about potential loss of complaints director position

“If the public complaints director position is erased, the public will have one less avenue available to voice their concerns to the [policing committee] and they would otherwise be directed to elevate their concerns elsewhere,” said RCMP detachment commander Insp. Ryan Comaniuk.
Did Reddit year-end recaps expose Russian interference in Alberta?

Did Reddit year-end recaps expose Russian interference in Alberta?

Online anti-LGBTQ+ harassment and engaging with small communities are documented foreign interference tactics, but they have so far not been observed in Canada.
Via Rail calls on Ottawa to replace aging fleet

Via Rail calls on Ottawa to replace aging fleet

“The need to replace this fleet is critical, and the time to do so is now to assure continued service without interruption.”
Special Olympics torch comes to Bellerose

Special Olympics torch comes to Bellerose

12 years since torch’s last run in St. Albert
City accepting applications for street, neighbourhood name changes

City accepting applications for street, neighbourhood name changes

Applicants must provide a minimum of 50 signatures or letters of support
Sextortion a growing problem in St. Albert, says RCMP officer

Sextortion a growing problem in St. Albert, says RCMP officer

Complaints jumped during pandemic, continue to rise
Water experts prepare for serious Alberta drought this summer

Water experts prepare for serious Alberta drought this summer

Water management experts met in Cochrane to prepare for upcoming drought in Alberta
City sells 206 street lights to Fortis Alberta

City sells 206 street lights to Fortis Alberta

Sale nets the city about $540,000
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