Edmonton Fire Chief Year-End Interview
Year-end interview with Chief Joe Zatylny (Edmonton Fire Rescue Services) on December 15, 2022.
Alberta Takes Over Federal Firearms Act Prosecutions
Albertas government has directed provincial Crown prosecutors to take over local firearms charges from federal lawyers with an aim to not prosecute gun owners who would be swept up in Ottawas ban.
Edmonton Public School Board Chair Interview
Year-end interview with Edmonton Public School Board Chair Trisha Estabrooks at the Centre for Education in Edmonton on Wednesday, December 14, 2022.
Rcmp Dashcam Footage Shows Shooting Of Clayton Crawford
Dashcam footage showing the July 3, 2018, shooting of Clayton Crawford at a Highway 43 rest stop near Whitecourt. Cpl. Randy Stenger and Const. Jessica Brown were charged with manslaughter in his death but were acquitted Dec. 9, 2022.
Notley calls on Smith to refer Sovereignty Act for a court
The UCP government used its majority to pass Bill 1: the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act, through the final stages of the legislature around 1 a.m. Thursday, although it has yet to receive royal assent.
Police Warn of Scams Against Seniors
Members of the Alberta RCMP, Edmonton Police Service and Calgary Police Service held a joint news conference in Edmonton on Wednesday December 7, 2022 to discuss the ongoing issue of the so-called “Grandparents,” “Grandchild” or Emergency Scam.
Inflation Relief Legislation
Affordability and Utilities Minister Matt Jones shares details on legislation aimed at supporting Albertans during the affordability crisis.
David Dodge Warns Of Damage From Sovereignty Act
Former Bank of Canada Governor David Dodge is making a last ditch attempt to convince Premier Danielle Smith her flagship bill will seriously harm the economy.
Alberta Plans To Import 5 Million Bottles Of Children’S Medication
The shortage of childrens medications is being felt across the country, and Health Canada says part of the reason is unprecedented demand.