Alberta municipalities to pay portion of cost for extra policing

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 4, 2019 5:49 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Alberta’s small municipalities and rural districts are getting more police officers, but they will be…

Financial institutions like Moody’s ‘buying into’ European political agenda: Kenney

Jason Kenney fired back at Moody’s Investors Service Wednesday after Alberta’s credit rating was downgraded the day before. The international credit rating service had cited “a structural weakness in the provincial economy that remains concentrated and dependent on non-renewable resources…

UCP bill to protect Alberta property owners from liability for injured trespassers receives 1st reading

Alberta’s UCP government is moving forward with legislation it says is meant to keep property owners from getting sued if they injure criminal trespassers on their property. The Kenney government issued a news release Tuesday afternoon to say Bill 27…

Man’s body found west of Fort McMurray; RCMP Major Crimes Unit investigating

Police pleaded for tips from the public on Tuesday as the RCMP Major Crimes Unit investigates the death of a man whose body was found in a rural area west of Fort McMurray, Alta., a day earlier. Related News According…

Alberta moves to prevent lawsuits against homeowners protecting property

Alberta is making changes to prevent homeowners from being sued if they injure people committing crimes on their property. Justice Minister Doug Schweitzer says the government will be introducing the amendments to existing legislation and making them retroactive to the…