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Alberta's gun and ammunition sales SPIKE amid coronavirus pandemic

Alberta's gun and ammunition sales SPIKE amid coronavirus pandemic

Gun owners of Alberta are stocking up on ammunition as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread throughout the country.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
A life-size statue of Bob and Doug McKenzie unveiled in Edmonton

A life-size statue of Bob and Doug McKenzie unveiled in Edmonton

A life-size bronze statue of the SCTV legendary comedy duo Bob and Doug McKenzie was unveiled in Edmonton on Tuesday.

Quinn Patrick Quinn Patrick
Alberta NDP undermines Kenney's coronavirus measures, uses pandemic as a fundraising issue

Alberta NDP undermines Kenney's coronavirus measures, uses pandemic as a fundraising issue

The NDP has misappropriated Kenney’s statements, directed Facebook users to attack the premier, and have sent fundraising emails.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Jason Kenney announces state of emergency in Alberta amidst coronavirus pandemic

Jason Kenney announces state of emergency in Alberta amidst coronavirus pandemic

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has declared that Alberta will go under a state of public emergency as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread across the country.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Calgary bars and restaurants that will be closed for St. Patrick's Day

Calgary bars and restaurants that will be closed for St. Patrick's Day

Owners of restaurants and bars in Calgary had to make the decision as to whether they would stay open to the public on St. Patrick’s Day during the pandemic.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Large amounts of food stolen from Alberta food bank

Large amounts of food stolen from Alberta food bank

Kevin Zahara, the mayor of the town, confirmed the robbery and noted that more than 500 pounds of ground beef and other food supplies were stolen.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Canada no longer in top 10 for investment in mining industry, record lows

Canada no longer in top 10 for investment in mining industry, record lows

Canada used to be home to 4 of the top 10 areas where mining investment was most attractive. The annual survey by Fraser Institute shows that Canada has dropped off.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
BREAKING: Alberta premier says coronavirus and oil crisis 'could not be more critical'

BREAKING: Alberta premier says coronavirus and oil crisis 'could not be more critical'

Jason Kenney has held a press conference today where he addressed the coronavirus and the recent collapse in oil prices.

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Justin Trudeau at feminist conference while markets crash, coronavirus spreads

Justin Trudeau at feminist conference while markets crash, coronavirus spreads

Oil companies are facing insolvency and Canada is facing a dramatic run on the loonie. Despite this, Trudeau is spending his time at a feminist conference.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Omar Khadr’s lawyer appointed judge by the Trudeau government in Alberta

Omar Khadr’s lawyer appointed judge by the Trudeau government in Alberta

Justin Trudeau’s government has appointed one of Omar Khadr’s lawyers to a judicial appointment in the province of Alberta.

Nico Johnson Nico Johnson
Alberta trucking company shuts down as provincial oil economy crumbles

Alberta trucking company shuts down as provincial oil economy crumbles

An Alberta-based trucking company serving the province’s dying oilpatch has closed its doors due to a creditor-imposed bankruptcy.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
Alberta looks to bring investment and full employment to the province by 2023

Alberta looks to bring investment and full employment to the province by 2023

The Alberta finance minister will reportedly be announcing a plan to kickstart the economy and create new jobs on Monday.

Sam McGriskin Sam McGriskin
Do Albertans deserve art?

Do Albertans deserve art?

Alberta gets the shaft when it comes to Ottawa’s art spending across Canada. Do Albertan’s not deserve their fair share of art?

Sam Forster Sam Forster
Rubber chicken bandit on the lamb in Alberta

Rubber chicken bandit on the lamb in Alberta

A Calgary man is wanted by RCMP in Airdrie, Alberta after he robbed a donation box from a Tim Hortons at CrossIron Mills, Alberta.

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New Alberta bill proposes fines of up to $25,000 for protestors

New Alberta bill proposes fines of up to $25,000 for protestors

A new bill tabled by Jason Kenney and the UCP government proposes blockade protestors in Alberta face fines of up to $25,000.

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