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PM overhauls cabinet with major moves in environment, defence, health portfolios

PM overhauls cabinet with major moves in environment, defence, health portfolios

"I think one of the things we saw very clearly in this election was that Canadians are expecting big things to be done by Parliament and this government," said Trudeau, citing accelerated action on climate change, reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and rebuilding a greener, more equitable and inclusive pandemic-battered economy.
Banff, Kananaskis ski resorts prepare to open with updated protocols

Banff, Kananaskis ski resorts prepare to open with updated protocols

Here are the COVID-19 protocols at local ski resorts.
The results are in: Albertans want equalization out

The results are in: Albertans want equalization out

Albertans also voted to continue to change their clocks each fall and spring
Jennie’s Diner and Bakery closed by AHS for REP non-compliance

Jennie’s Diner and Bakery closed by AHS for REP non-compliance

Taking a stand against the provincial health guidelines imposed on the food and beverage industry, the Bonnyville eatery had its food-handling permit suspended after receiving two non-compliance notices.
Backcountry access off limits to protect Jasper's vulnerable caribou

Backcountry access off limits to protect Jasper's vulnerable caribou

“Without action, the only two caribou herds remaining entirely within Jasper will disappear."
Hay sale scams target farmers across the province

Hay sale scams target farmers across the province

Cold Lake resident loses $1,800 in an online hay sale scam, along with dozens of other Albertans, says RCMP Constable.
Jobs, COVID-19 on the agenda as fall Alberta legislature sitting set to begin

Jobs, COVID-19 on the agenda as fall Alberta legislature sitting set to begin

The Opposition NDP said it plans to hold the government to account for failing to act in the summer and allowing a renewed surge of COVID-19 cases.
Vaccination QR codes present new problems

Vaccination QR codes present new problems

New COVID vaccine QR codes require businesses and services to download verifier app.
Women still underrepresented on municipal ballots: Lisa Holmes

Women still underrepresented on municipal ballots: Lisa Holmes

“I fully believe that if you don't see diversity on the ballot, you won't see diversity on council. That's a given,” said Lisa Holmes, former president of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association and former mayor of Morinville.
Alberta inquiry finds no wrongdoing in anti-oilsands campaign despite foreign funds

Alberta inquiry finds no wrongdoing in anti-oilsands campaign despite foreign funds

Commissioner Steve Allan said while he found that at least $1.28 billion flowed into Canadian environmental charities from the United States between 2003 and 2019, only a small portion of that has been directed against the oilsands.
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