Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has expanded her cabinet size by nearly half giving her cabinet a total of 19 members. This was the second cabinet shuffle since the NDP party took power last spring.
By Zach Howe – While Canada has opened its arms to welcome 25,000 refugees from Syria, one individual missed the wagon of a warm welcome since his arrival to Canada. Mohamed Harkat, originally from Algeria, has been on the verge of deportation since 2002 when former Prime Minister Jean Chrétien issued a security certificate on him. The notorious ...
A young Edmonton father is left wondering “why?” as debt and bills pile up and resumes go unanswered.
As questions and controversy arise from the Federal Budget’s exclusion of Edmonton in the EI extensions, laid off workers are still left looking for new ways to feed their families.
After over 100 years of development in the fossil fuel industry, Alberta’s government has recently released a Climate Leadership Plan. So, what exactly are the details of this plan, and how do they affect Albertans?
By Jennifer Henderson – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised that the October federal election would be the last time Canada would use the first-past-the-post voting system.
By Jennifer Henderson – After months of being faced with a struggling energy sector and large job losses, the official opposition party of Alberta has assembled a panel to evaluate the current equalization system in Canada.
By Jasmine Pushak – The Movement “If it’s wrong to wreck the environment… then it’s wrong to make a profit off it,” says Kiki Wood, national director of the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition (CYCC). She has come to meet with members of Greenpeace Edmonton and spur a social action called PowerShift Alberta. The youth-led initiative ...
Edmonton’s Blatchford redevelopment acknowledges the legacy of the land it is being built on, but will develop slowly.
Can Toronto City Councilor Norm Kelly ride his current Internet wave to the Mayor’s office?
By Sahar Saifee – An increase in consumption of highly processed foods, overwhelming use of electronic devices and lack of exercise has led to an ‘obesity crisis’ for Canadians, warns a Senate committee that is calling for a tax on sugary drinks and a ban on food and drink advertising aimed towards children. In the ...