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Alberta premier defends new rules on in-person learning, no mask mandates in schools

Alberta premier defends new rules on in-person learning, no mask mandates in schools

“Anyone is welcome to wear a mask if they feel that that is the right choice for them, but we should not be forcing parents to mask their kids,” Alberta Premier Danielle Smith said.
Young adults are the most lonely, data shows

Young adults are the most lonely, data shows

Whether it is a real or perceived absence of social connection, loneliness is a form of pain to all who feel it.
Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Alberta's famous 'wage premium' rapidly eroding, experts say

Worker paycheques in the province that once led the country in wage growth have flatlined.
Traffic spikes but Canadian airlines remain in the red

Traffic spikes but Canadian airlines remain in the red

Largest 24 Canadian air carriers lost a combined $574.5 million in the second quarter of 2022.
Carol Todd worries Dutch man who harassed daughter may not serve sentence

Carol Todd worries Dutch man who harassed daughter may not serve sentence

Carol Todd said she learned it's possible Aydin Coban may not serve the Canadian sentence because a court in his home country had already handed him a maximum term for similar crimes.
Calgary man who killed girlfriend and her toddler appeals conviction, sentence

Calgary man who killed girlfriend and her toddler appeals conviction, sentence

A man who killed a woman and her young daughter before burying them in a shallow grave was sentenced to 22 years before he can apply for parole.
Photos: 100 best TV shows of all time

Photos: 100 best TV shows of all time

From VHS and DVD to streaming services, here are the 100 best TV shows... wait for it... EVER!
Two charged in break-in spree from Drumheller to Sundre

Two charged in break-in spree from Drumheller to Sundre

RCMP charge man and woman from Calgary believed to be involved in string of break and enters that date back to September.
RCMP issue request to find owners of recovered collectibles

RCMP issue request to find owners of recovered collectibles

Police looking for rightful owners of some unique items, including British and Canadian coins and an antique watch.
Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks

Federal government to extend EI sickness benefits from 15 to 26 weeks

Workers applying for EI will be eligible for the more-generous benefits starting on Dec. 18, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough announced Friday.