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Suspended Alberta justice minister says not guilty of distracted driving

Suspended Alberta justice minister says not guilty of distracted driving

EDMONTON — Alberta cabinet minister Kaycee Madu says he understands why Premier Jason Kenney relieved him of the justice portfolio after Madu phoned Edmonton’s police chief about a traffic ticket.
Coquihalla Highway opened today to all traffic

Coquihalla Highway opened today to all traffic

The Coquihalla Highway re-opened today to all traffic but it's not what drivers remember it being.
Opposition wants Kenney to say when he knew of justice minister's police call

Opposition wants Kenney to say when he knew of justice minister's police call

EDMONTON — The Opposition in the Alberta legislature says Premier Jason Kenney needs to disclose when he learned that his justice minister had phoned Edmonton’s police chief about a traffic ticket and what Kenney did when he found out.
Suncor provides details on worker death; CEO says recent incidents 'not acceptable'

Suncor provides details on worker death; CEO says recent incidents 'not acceptable'

CALGARY — The chief executive of Suncor Energy Inc. says the company must do more to improve workplace safety after a truck crash earlier this month resulted in the death of a contractor at the company's Base Mine site near Fort McMurray, Alta.
Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudulent crypto-trading platforms luring in Canadians, officials warn

Fraudsters target investors hoping to get in 'on the ground floor'
How high will you go? Netflix price hike renews questions for streaming subscribers

How high will you go? Netflix price hike renews questions for streaming subscribers

TORONTO — Another year, another Netflix price increase.
Central Alberta tow truck operators push for change after driver and tow trucks struck

Central Alberta tow truck operators push for change after driver and tow trucks struck

'It’s terrifying out there,’ says tow truck operator.
COVID hospitalizations climb in Alberta

COVID hospitalizations climb in Alberta

Province offers fourth dose to immunocompromised Albertans
WestJet cancels one in five February flights as Omicron takes toll on sector

WestJet cancels one in five February flights as Omicron takes toll on sector

CALGARY — WestJet Airlines Inc. is cutting 20 per cent of its February flights as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to surge.
Military dealing with more than 10,000 unfilled positions amid growing pressures

Military dealing with more than 10,000 unfilled positions amid growing pressures

OTTAWA — New figures show the Canadian Armed Forces are struggling with a growing shortage of personnel even as the military faces more and more demands at home and abroad.
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