Photo Credit: City of Lacombe

Lethbridge College poll shows majority of residents still against urban hens in Lethbridge

By Aaron Mahoney (@Mahones93 on Twitter)
March 18, 2019 - 5:11pm

LETHBRIDGE, AB – Anyone who was eggcited after a presentation to Lethbridge City Council by resident Kelti Baird last September about the possibility of Urban Hens in the city might be disappointed by the results of a poll conducted by Lethbridge College on the subject.

Jason Kenney
Jason Kenney The Canadian Press

Alberta UCP pitches $30 permit fees for trail users if Kenney elected premier

By The Canadian Press
March 14, 2019 - 10:23pm

CANMORE, Alta. - Alberta's Opposition United Conservative leader says if elected premier he would increase funding for conservation projects and have trail users pay annual permit fees.

Jason Kenney released a 13-point conservation plan while in Canmore, Alta.

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Fertilzer Canada Graphics from Fertilizer Canada website

Easy access to updated Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Training for farmers

By Dori Modney with files from Fertilizer Canada
March 14, 2019 - 2:34pm

OTTAWA --  Fertilizer Canada has a newly-updated educational manual and video to provide more recent and comprehensive information for framers needing to renew their training on the safe handling of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer.

The best part -- it's free! 

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Provincial government announces new retrofit plan for municipal rec centres

By Aaron Mahoney (@Mahones93 on Twitter)
March 14, 2019 - 11:58am

EDMONTON, AB – The Government of Alberta is providing $9 million under the Climate Leadership Plan to help municipalities cut energy costs and emissions by upgrading their recreation facilities with energy-efficient technology. 

Government of Alberta graphic

Alberta funds 16 green transport projects at a cost of $100-Million

By Dori Modney (@Dori_Modney on Twitter) with files from the Alberta Government
March 12, 2019 - 6:31pm

EDMONTON -- Environment Minister Shannon Phillips has announced  the province is shelling out  $100 million to kick-start new green transportation projects, including a truck that can drive long distances while delivering net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.