7 hrs ago
St. Albert Gazette
Prentice faces monumental task
Jim Prentice's visit to the Gazette last week was a telling one. The frontrunner in the provincial Tory leadership race has a quiet self-confidence about him.
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23 hrs ago
Alberta politicians challenged to play poor
To watch her jump on the bed or wrestle with her sister, Abigail Fraser is the picture of happy, active, slightly misbehaved three-year-old girl.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
No records? That's 'good news,' government says about...
Airport officials in Edmonton are testing an unlikely way to humanize air travel with a pair of robots.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Tory leadership candidates say they'd revisit licence plate debate
The three candidates vying to become the next Progressive Conservative party leader and premier said Thursday they want to revisit the current online voting competition to pick the province's next licence plate.
Wildrose licence plate competition not ethical, says Alberta artist
Some Alberta artists don't support a plan by the Wildrose Party for a contest for a new licence plate design.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
New licence plates coming
Your vehicle's back end will be getting a makeover this spring when the province rolls out a newly designed licence plate for Albertans.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Edmonton designers come up with own Alberta licence plate
Graphos, an Edmonton design firm, came up with this license plate after becoming frustrated over the three options presented by the Alberta government.
Tory hopefuls urged to fight sale of AltaLink
The men running to become the next Progressive Conservative leader - and Alberta premier - say they are closely watching the proposed sale of AltaLink as the debate heats up over the planned purchase of the transmission company by Berkshire Hathaway.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
New plates will help police catch 'the bad guys'
City law enforcement officials say the province's shift to high visibility licences on vehicles will make it easier to catch scofflaws.
Raising vehicle fees no better than a tax grab, critics say
Critics charge that the Alberta government is breaking a promise to hold the line on taxes by hiking the annual fee to register a car or truck.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Alberta debt clock will roll into Fort Macleod
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is bringing its debt clock to Fort Macleod on Monday, July 14. The clock, shown here at the Alberta Legislature in January, will be parked across from the Fort Museum from 3:15-3:45 p.m. Fort Macleod and district residents concerned with Alberta's mounting debt can send a message next week to the government.
Albertans to vote on new licence-plate design
Service Alberta Minister Doug Griffiths, left, and Justice Minister Jonathan Denis unveil the three designs Albertans will choose from as the province introduces new licence plates next year.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Arguments continue over $5-billion ring road price tag
Alberta's premier supports proceeding with Calgary's southwest ring road despite its estimated $5 billion price tag - as do the three men vying to replace him.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Contentious bill won't turn Heritage fund into slush fund: Hancock
Alberta Premier David Hancock says a bill that enables the provincial government to dip into the Heritage Savings Trust Fund for large one-time investments is not creating a slush fund.
Alberta leadership hopefuls work the crowds at premier's pancake breakfast
The three men running to be Alberta's next leader reiterated their concerns about changes to the federal temporary foreign worker program on Monday and said if they become premier, they'll fight to make sure the province's unique labour needs are taken into account.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Red Deer Advocate
Failing grade for minister
Alberta Education Minister Jeff Johnson is on a mission. He believes that any organization with 35,000 professionally-certified employees - such as the public school system at 62 school boards across the province - is bound to contain a few duds.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Red Deer Advocate
Central Alberta youth records with heavyweight L.A. producer
Eleven-year-old singer Jase Nelson is such a huge Michael Jackson fan that he wrote a tribute song for the King of Pop on the fifth anniversary of his death.