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Police watchdog to investigate after officer shoots man near Edmonton apartment fire

Police watchdog to investigate after officer shoots man near Edmonton apartment fire

Police in Edmonton say Alberta’s police watchdog will investigate an officer’s shooting of a man near an apartment building fire.
Heat warnings issued for much of southern Alberta, southeastern Saskatchewan

Heat warnings issued for much of southern Alberta, southeastern Saskatchewan

Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued heat warnings for much of southern Alberta and into southeastern Saskatchewan.
Coveted donair costume designed for traffic safety campaign, province says

Coveted donair costume designed for traffic safety campaign, province says

The Alberta government has shared the origin story of a donair costume that’s sparked a fierce bidding war.
Alberta Métis settlement to get $9M in recovery funds: family services minister

Alberta Métis settlement to get $9M in recovery funds: family services minister

A northern Alberta Métis settlement is to receive a one-time payment of $9 million from the provincial government to help it recover from a May wildfire.
Alberta premier worries health system losing focus given diffuse roles, priorities

Alberta premier worries health system losing focus given diffuse roles, priorities

Premier Danielle Smith says she’s concerned Alberta’s health-care delivery agency is being pulled in too many directions.
Wildfire-scarred Alberta Métis settlement pushes for second escape route

Wildfire-scarred Alberta Métis settlement pushes for second escape route

The only way in and out of the East Prairie Metis Settlement is a 40-kilometre range road that connects with Highway 2 some 360 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.
Bids climb as Alberta government auctions off ‘excellent, dusty’ donair suit

Bids climb as Alberta government auctions off ‘excellent, dusty’ donair suit

One large donair costume to go, please.
Inflation relief felt largely at the gas pump; food, housing costs continue to rise

Inflation relief felt largely at the gas pump; food, housing costs continue to rise

The rising cost of living in Canada that has dominated the headlines over the past year is, in many ways, a story about oil.
Alberta moves to decentralize health-care delivery, 15 years after centralizing it

Alberta moves to decentralize health-care delivery, 15 years after centralizing it

Alberta’s new health minister has been given the green light to decentralize the entire health-care delivery system — 15 years after the province completed a multistage, multiyear process to centralize it.
Opposition says Alberta dragging feet on CPP pension reform to manipulate outcome

Opposition says Alberta dragging feet on CPP pension reform to manipulate outcome

Alberta is entering the fourth year of debate over whether to ditch the Canada Pension Plan and the Opposition NDP is accusing the United Conservative government of dragging its feet in order to sway the outcome.
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