1 hr ago
Staples: Redford gets on board LRT steamroller
The Fastbagger story, a convoluted tale now 25 years in the telling, may yet have the happy ending that inventor Pat Larkin envisioned so long ago.
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5 hrs ago
Duplicate flights taken by Alberta premier to same destination
Alberta Premier Alison Redford said that she would not have attended Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa late last year if she knew it would turn out to cost taxpayers $45,000.
12 hrs ago
Calgary Herald, Edmonton Journal share national journalism for Fatal Care investigation
The Calgary Herald's Darcy Henton and the Edmonton Journal's Karen Kleiss have been awarded the 2014 Canadian Hillman Prize for their outstanding journalism and persistent investigation into the deaths of children while in provincial foster care.
17 hrs ago
University of Calgary producing more family doctors
This trend towards family medicine reflects the University of Calgary's focus over the last four years on increasing the number of family doctors locally.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Braid: Politicians indulging in flights of convenience
The Alberta government's Dash-8 isn't a luxury airplane, but it provides MLAs with privacy as they fly across the province and beyond.
The Asian Pacific Post
New consulate mulled for Filipinos in Alberta
Filipino migrants in Western Canada have renewed their calls to the Aquino government to put up a consular office in Alberta, Canada to make the services that they need from the government more accessible.
March 10, 1978: Trudeau comes to town
When Pierre Trudeau came through Edmonton, the country's economy was tanking, the national debt was growing, and so was the public's dislike of his arrogance.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
See the majestic Canadian Rockies by train
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about how a real Rocky Mountain "high" is now possible in Colorado due to the legalization of marijuana sales.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Province orders sweeping probe into abuse at care homes
Brenda Huband, AHS interim CEO Zones and health operations, left, Health Minister Fred Horne, and associate Minister of Wellness Dave Rodney.
Crimea crisis casts University of Alberta grad student into spotlight
A former graduate student at the University of Alberta has been cast in the international spotlight amid the chaos in Ukraine.
Editorial: Budget pill less bitter this time
Alberta Minister of Finance Doug Horner gets a hug from Alberta Premier Alison Redford after delivering the 2014 provincial budget at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton on March 6, 2014.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Headed to Vancouver for the weekend? Jump On a cheap flight
An air service company is offering Edmontonians a new weekend getaway at discounted rates, but the flight only leaves if 80 per cent of the plane's seats are sold.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Editorial: Iveson's public pitch for LRT funding good politics
If Thursday's Alberta budget fails to offer new money to cities for its light rail expansion ambitions, no one will be able to accuse Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson of failing to make the big ask.
Red Deer Advocate
No easy options for dialysis patients squeezed by space crunch
By Renee Francoeur - Red Deer Advocate Published: March 04, 2014 9:42 PM Updated: March 04, 2014 10:06 PM Tina Lumbis of Red Deer has been going to the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre three times a week for the past 11 years for dialysis treatment.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Alberta-born sculptor who uses car parts among Gov. Gen. visual arts award winners
Edmonton native Kim Adams' late parents were top of mind for the renowned contemporary sculptor on Tuesday as he won a $25,000 Governor General's Award in Visual and Media Arts.
Wind, solar proponents have high hopes for Alberta renewable energy framework
The solar and wind industries could be about to take off, proponents say, if a long-awaited renewable energy framework becomes a reality in Alberta.
Staples: Can unpopular Redford make a comeback in Edmonton?
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith is starting to appeal to more Edmonton voters at the expense of Alison Redford, writes David Staples.
St. Albert Gazette
Mall tenants weigh their options
Malaka and Nasir Qaderi inside their shop Kabul Tailoring in Grandin Mall. They have 60 days to close or move their business as the mall is closing.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Going to a conference or trade show in another country? Here's what you need to know
So you've decided to bring your company's product overseas for a trade show in another country - now what? There are plenty of things to take care of before you take off, from figuring out your travel arrangements to setting up meetings once you reach your destination and determining the best way to make an impression.
Premier's approval rating has 'dropped off a cliff,' survey finds
An exclusive poll finds Alison Redford's popularity plunging, a budget preview, and the weekly "winners and losers" - All in the premiere episode of the Herald political team's new weekly series - Inside Politics With the provincial legislature set to resume Monday, the Progressive Conservative government has the support of only a quarter of ... (more)