Edmonton not-for-profit making ‘huge, positive impact on the environment’

A not-for-profit in west Edmonton is seeing tremendous growth. Since 2017, the Goodwill Impact Centre and Outlet Store has gone from 14 employees to 50 — and with that growth comes a greener city. “This is the amazing Edmonton Impact…

‘Most incredible woman’: Remembering Alberta doctor who died after avalanche in Banff National Park​

Family and friends gathered in the Canmore Nordic Centre on Saturday to remember an outdoorsy family doctor who died after being injured in an avalanche last week. READ MORE: ‘Worst case scenario’: Alberta doctor buried in avalanche dies in hospital…

Feds to avoid selling Trans Mountain pipeline so long as risks remain

The federal government is studying the best options for Indigenous communities to reap economic benefits from the Trans Mountain pipeline but Ottawa is not planning to sell the project while legal and political risks remain. The Supreme Court of Canada…

Central Alberta village pleads guilty to improper application of pesticide in case that saw 2 dogs die

The Village of Cereal, the village’s foreman and a campground caretaker have pleaded guilty to improper application of a pesticide in a 2017 case that saw two dogs ingest strychnine and later die in central Alberta. Alberta Environment and Parks…

Supreme Court of Canada dismisses B.C. appeal of Trans Mountain pipeline case

January 16 2020 5:41pm The Supreme Court of Canada on Thursday dismissed an appeal by British Columbia of a B.C. Court of Appeal ruling that the province couldn’t impose any restrictions on the contents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.…

Fast-freezing clothes make for fun frozen photo ops during Alberta cold snap

Alberta is in the midst of a frigid deep freeze but some people are finding a fun silver lining to the extremely cold temperatures: they’re freezing articles of clothing and sharing the results online. On Sunday, Environment Canada issued an…