Albertans able to learn more about provincial climate change patterns on interactive website

The Alberta Climate Records website has been up and running for four years, explaining interactively how Alberta’s climate patterns have changed since the 1950s.

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Albertans celebrate, connect at annual New Year’s Day levee

Margaret Saunter rode three city buses and arrived nearly an hour early to Wednesday’s New Year’s Day levee at Government House. Saunter was first

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Albertans donated the most to federal parties – and Quebecers the least – ahead of the 2019 election

In the lead-up to the 2019 election, Albertans donated the most money, per capita, to federal political parties — giving at four times the rate

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Albertans encouraged to implement calls to justice from MMIWG inquiry

Every Albertan should play a role in advancing the calls to justice that came out of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous

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New website offers support for Albertans who have a loved one living with dementia

Albertans now have a new guide and website to consult if they need guidance in supporting people living with dementia. The ‘dementia friendly communities’

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OPINION | What happens if Albertans keep praying for another oil boom, but God has none left to give?

Another day, another divestment. On Aug. 14, the Financial Post reported that Koch Industries (yes, that Koch Industries) was selling its collection of oilsands leases

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Albertans wake up to heavy snow, ‘second winter’ Saturday

We were warned “winter is coming” and Mother Nature certainly delivered. Despite it being nearly May, much of Alberta woke Saturday to a wintry

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Most Albertans want big corporations and the wealthy to pay more tax, Vote Compass data shows

Albertans largely see more taxes on big corporations and the wealthy as a favourable solution to help pay down the province’s deficit, but definitely

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‘I hope to be part of the solution’: Albertans rethink approach to energy, environment

Here’s something you don’t see every day — in a conference room no less. A hundred or so Albertans from different parts of the energy sector,

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Even cash-strapped Albertans should eye looming RRSP deadline, finance expert says

For some, it can be tough to decide how much, if any, to contribute to their registered retirement savings plan as the deadline approaches. Personal finance expert

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