Century-old Whyte Avenue building tapped as provincial historic resource

A 109-year-old brick building on Whyte Avenue that once housed a dance hall and a general store is now designated as a provincial historic

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Calgary flood mitigation up in the air as millions in provincial money on hold

Flood mitigation projects across Alberta, including some that experts say are desperately needed to protect Calgary from a repeat of 2013’s disaster, are on

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Hiker unaccounted for in Strathcona Provincial Park on Vancouver Island

Search and rescuers are hopeful they will be able to locate a missing Vancouver Island man who was last seen camping in the province’s oldest provincial

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Alberta’s Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park now a World Heritage Site

Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park is now Alberta’s sixth World Heritage Site.  The park, also known by its Blackfoot name Áísínai’pi, received the designation from the United

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MLA says provincial plan to leave contaminated soil above Shawnigan Lake water supply unacceptable

The province announced this week that contaminated soil in a landfill near Shawnigan Lake’s water supply will not be removed, much to the dismay of local

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Manitoba film industry getting lots of attention after provincial tax credit was made permanent

Local talents are being showcased thanks to a provincial tax credit. Film producers are given the credit when Manitobans are used during filming Source

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Calgary Catholic School District freezes hiring until provincial budget released

A Calgary school district won’t be hiring until it knows more about the provincial budget. The Calgary Catholic School District has notified its employees

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First-time voters look forward to making their voices heard in provincial election

Albertans have been hitting the polls in record-breaking numbers so far this provincial election, with many voting for the very first time in their

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Liberals would swap income tax for provincial sales tax in revenue realignment

Provincial sales tax in. Personal income tax out. That was the elevator pitch, more or less, delivered by Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan at

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Southern Alberta farmers look for ‘communication’ and ‘recognition’ ahead of provincial election

With a Alberta election around the corner, farmers are looking for a government they can trust and communicate with. They haven’t forgotten the rallies: hundreds of

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