VANCOUVER -- Record-breaking warmth that ushered spring into British Columbia is slowly moving east, but continues to bring sunny skies and high temperatures to the Interior, along with mounting concerns about avalanches.
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.
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.
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.
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.
COALDALE - The windy conditions across southern Alberta are sending the snow drifting across area roads and highways, and creating some dangerous conditions for travellers, according to Coaldale and Taber/Vauxhall RCMP.