Alberta

Heavy snow blankets Lethbridge following a winter storm in November.
Heavy snow blankets Lethbridge following a winter storm in November. Lethbridge News Now

Province asks Albertans to reconsider travel as winter storm approaches

By Patrick Burles - @PatrickBurles on Twitter
February 7, 2018 - 1:50pm

ALBERTA – With Environment Canada issuing Winter Storm Warnings for most of southern Alberta, the provincial government is advising drivers to prepare for winter conditions and to avoid travel if possible.

Energy minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd (at microphone) announces the second round of the renewable power project
Energy minister Margaret McCuaig-Boyd (at microphone) announces the second round of the renewable power project Government of Alberta photo

Second round of renewable power projects to include Indigenous equity

By Geoff Smith (@GeoffSmithLNN on Twitter)
February 5, 2018 - 11:17am

CALGARY – An minimum component of Indigenous equity will be a prerequisite, in the second round of competition for renewable energy in Alberta.

Jennie Emery Elementary School student Kaylie Overweg holds up a big cheque during an assembly to represent her parents’ donation to the breakfast and Leader in Me programs.
Jennie Emery Elementary School student Kaylie Overweg holds up a big cheque during an assembly to represent her parents’ donation to the breakfast and Leader in Me programs. Palliser Regional Schools

Breakfast program provides food for thought

By Craig Albrecht - Communications Specialist Palliser Regional Schools
February 3, 2018 - 11:43pm

COALDALE - Getting kids up for school can be challenge. On this morning, however, Jesse Hale and his crew arrive early at Jennie Emery Elementary School – by choice.

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