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Kenney says he's been too tolerant of dissent and inparty melodrama

Kenney says he's been too tolerant of dissent and inparty melodrama

“What Albertans expect from their government isn’t a constant soap opera, and they certainly don’t want to see a family feud,” Kenney said, responding to questions Wednesday night during a Facebook town-hall meeting.
Bird flu can impact backyard hens

Bird flu can impact backyard hens

A Northern Alberta woman is sharing steps to prevent the spread of the bird flu amongst backyard chickens.
Cryptocurrency mines to be allowed in Sturgeon County, with rules

Cryptocurrency mines to be allowed in Sturgeon County, with rules

A Northern Alberta county has passed regulations that will allow cryptocurrency mining operations on gas plant sites. The notoriously noisy operations will need to be 1,500 metres from homes or have noise assessment and mitigation plans in place.
Intimidation accusations being made against Alberta house leader Jason Nixon

Intimidation accusations being made against Alberta house leader Jason Nixon

Alberta government house leader Jason Nixon is facing accusations of intimidation following a fiery exchange in the house that saw him lob a swear word toward the Speaker.
Province says millions will receive utility rebates in months ahead

Province says millions will receive utility rebates in months ahead

Three installments of $50 added directly to consumer's bills to aid in high electricity bills in January, February and March 2022 are expected to be seen beginning in June and July. Relief for natural gas bills is also expected come October, though the province provided no specifics.
UPDATED: 28-year-old woman killed after cornice collapsed in Yoho National Park

UPDATED: 28-year-old woman killed after cornice collapsed in Yoho National Park

“The first person in line got pulled down when the cornice collapsed, and she ended up falling about 300 metres,” said Brian Webster, visitor safety manager for Banff, Yoho and Kootenay national parks.
Province pledges more support for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Alberta

Province pledges more support for Ukrainian refugees arriving in Alberta

On Wednesday, Premier Jason Kenney announced more than $2 million worth of additional funding to help Ukrainian refugees settling in Alberta. The announcement included health benefits for refugees with temporary residency and language services for Ukrainians.
Airplane mask mandates remain in Canada as U.S. carriers drop rule

Airplane mask mandates remain in Canada as U.S. carriers drop rule

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says mask mandates for air travel remain firmly in place, even as major airlines south of the border drop the requirement for passengers and crews.
Initial Conservative leadership registration deadline arrives

Initial Conservative leadership registration deadline arrives

At least eight candidates have crossed the first threshold to having their names appear on the final ballot of the Conservative Party of Canada leadership race.
Two off-route scramblers spend cold night in Rocky Mountains

Two off-route scramblers spend cold night in Rocky Mountains

Two men and their injured dog spent a long, cold night in the Rocky Mountains with their two rescuers after the scramblers' attempt to take a shortcut earlier that day went horribly wrong.
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