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Alberta service dog decals to increase awareness

Alberta service dog decals to increase awareness

The Alberta government announced a new initiative July 14 that will provide decals for businesses, schools and other facilities to indicate service dogs are welcome.
Collective approach to ending domestic violence

Collective approach to ending domestic violence

Preventing domestic violence takes teamwork – no single organization can do it alone. That's the approach Sagesse, an organization committed to breaking the cycle of violence, has taken with its Provincial Collective Impact initiative.
Collective approach to ending domestic violence

Collective approach to ending domestic violence

Preventing domestic violence takes teamwork – no single organization can do it alone. That's the approach Sagesse, an organization committed to breaking the cycle of violence, has taken with its Provincial Collective Impact initiative.
Alberta service dog decals to increase awareness

Alberta service dog decals to increase awareness

The Alberta government announced a new initiative July 14 that will provide decals for businesses, schools and other facilities to indicate service dogs are welcome.
New safety initiatives in wake of Humboldt Broncos collision

New safety initiatives in wake of Humboldt Broncos collision

Transportation Minister Brian Mason announced July 11 the province will undertake public consultation to determine new safety initiatives for the commercial trucking industry, as well as potential changes to driver road tests.
New safety initiatives in wake of Humboldt Broncos collision

New safety initiatives in wake of Humboldt Broncos collision

Transportation Minister Brian Mason announced July 11 the province will undertake public consultation to determine new safety initiatives for the commercial trucking industry, as well as potential changes to driver road tests.
Charges laid in Humboldt Broncos bus collision

Charges laid in Humboldt Broncos bus collision

Twenty-nine charges have been laid against the driver of a semi-trailer involved in a collision in Saskatchewan April 6 that killed 16 members of the Humboldt Broncos Junior 'A’' hockey team and support crew, and injured 13 others.
Cannabis legalization date set

Cannabis legalization date set

The recreational use, production and sale of cannabis will be legal in Canada as of Oct. 17, after Bill C-45 was passed in the Senate June 20.
Government reaffirms commitment to SR1

Government reaffirms commitment to SR1

The provincial government reiterated its commitment to the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir (SR1) with a press conference and press release May 18, despite continued opposition from Rocky View County (RVC) residents.