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Premier Danielle Smith signals fiscal restraint in upcoming budget during televised address
Alberta will trim spending and embark on an ambitious plan to grow the Heritage Savings Trust Fund by billions in an attempt to forever wean the province off resource revenue by 2050, Premier Danielle Smith told Albertans Wednesday in a televised prelude to next week's budget.
Patio permit fees, cuts to arts and sports groups on list as Edmonton looks to trim budget
Edmonton city managers say they’ve found $45 million in savings so far, which is about 75 per cent of council’s goal to find $60 million over four years. But the city also needs to find $240 million to re-allocate toward housing, climate change, public transit and core services.
Changes could be coming to sexual health education in Alberta. Here's what we know
Premier Danielle Smith's plan to make lessons on sexual health, and sexual orientation and gender identity opt-in would make Alberta the first Canadian province to assume students are excluded from sex education by default.
How Canada’s car theft crisis is playing out in Edmonton
More than 4,700 vehicles were reported stolen to Edmonton police last year. They’re being taken by organized criminals who then are shipping vehicles overseas for profit. Edmonton police Deputy Chief Devin Laforce spoke to CBC’s Mark Connolly about auto theft in the city, and what can be done to prevent it.
Artist brings traditional Samoan tattoos to Edmonton area
Falefitu Ausanetaliitama Taefu is sharing the art of Samoan tattooing at his newly opened tattoo studio in St. Albert, Alta. Each tattoo is hand-tapped into the skin, designed to fit the body and tell the client's story. The tradition dates back thousands of years and is one that Taefu has been studying since he was eight.
Security guard dead after parkade fight in downtown Edmonton
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Banned in Europe, this controversial ingredient is allowed in foods here
About 5,000 Edmonton city workers could strike or be locked out. Here's how it could affect you
Alberta plans to hire 100 more firefighting staff but questions remain about readiness
It's the middle of winter, and more than 100 wildfires are still smouldering
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Danielle Smith bets Albertans would rather save than spend — finally
Alberta seeing more and more students enrolling in trades programs
Federal government announces $175M to build affordable housing in Edmonton
Alberta is bringing in more rapid COVID-19 tests as millions destined to be tossed
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