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OTTAWA — Federal and provincial governments drew sharp battle lines Tuesday as Canada’s top court began hearing arguments in a historic case that will determine how — or even if — the scandal-plagued Senate can be reformed or abolished.
Central Alberta colleges will get about $1.8 million back from the province, almost eight months after the Alberta budget cut operational grant funding across the province by 7.2 per cent.
Red Deer city crews continue to clear the streets after the first major snowfall of the year.
EDMONTON — Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister Doug Griffiths took some heat in the legislature Monday for recent comments saying the province’s oil and gas wealth “sucks the life” out of everything else in the province.
PEERS — There has been another derailment of a CN Rail train, this time near the hamlet of Peers in west-central Alberta.
OTTAWA — After repeatedly blaming the Liberals for stalling its bid to suspend three disgraced former Conservative senators, the Harper government has decided it’s in no rush after all.
EDMONTON — Alberta Speaker Gene Zwozdesky says he will study and make a ruling as early as Wednesday on whether Premier Alison Redford’s government broke parliamentary rules by prematurely spilling the details of its new transportation bill.
A Central Alberta farmer who chairs the Alberta Beef Producers says the Canadian beef industry is working diligently to force an end to country-of-origin meat labelling requirements by the United States.
OTTAWA — The $90,000 from Stephen Harper’s former chief of staff wasn’t the only secret, five-figure payment made on Mike Duffy’s behalf during the Senate expense scandal, the senator at the heart of the controversy says.
There was little opportunity for prepared answers on Thursday as 29 of the 30 candidates for Red Deer city councillor positions fielded questions at an election forum hosted by the Red Deer Chamber of Commerce. Members of the audience,
It’s looking increasingly likely that a highly specialized manufacturing plant in Olds will continue to operate — albeit under new ownership.
Laying the groundwork for the growth of his party, Alberta Liberal Leader Raj Sherman spoke about health care, education and the budget in Red Deer.
OTTAWA — An RCMP allegation that Sen. Mike Duffy awarded $65,000 in Senate contracts to a friend who did little actual work is the latest twist in the case of the troubled former Conservative.
OTTAWA — Groups affiliated with the Idle No More movement held protests across Canada and in parts of the United States on Monday as an important document for aboriginal land claims and self-government marked its 250th anniversary.
OTTAWA — Stephen Harper and some of his senior ministers will depart Thursday for Southeast Asia in an effort to drum up support for trade and foreign investment at a leaders’ summit in Bali.
Students in Rocky Mountain House now have the opportunity to learn from a school in Red Deer.
You soon won’t need a crystal ball or Ouija board to communicate with Red Deer ghosts.
There is zero appetite in Alberta for a provincial sales tax, despite recent suggestions by a tax expert that it would lure investment and benefit businesses, says a small business advocate.
Red Deer College kicked off its 50th anniversary on Tuesday by unveiling an extensive mural documenting the institution’s history and announcing a drive for more donations.
EDMONTON — An Edmonton judge deciding if former Guantanamo Bay inmate Omar Khadr should be transferred from a federal prison says his ruling will come down to whether he believes the 27-year-old is serving time as a youth or an adult.