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PPC's Nadine Wellwood announces run for Senate day after federal election

PPC's Nadine Wellwood announces run for Senate day after federal election

Tripling their votes across the country from the 2019 election was not enough, now Wellwood and two others from the PPC have their sights set on another election day, the race for an Alberta Senator Oct. 18.
Rural mayors battle fourth wave, vaccine hesitancy

Rural mayors battle fourth wave, vaccine hesitancy

Misinformation, mistrust in government faulted for low rural vaccination rates.
SNC-Lavalin saga resurfaces after election with filing of new bribery charges

SNC-Lavalin saga resurfaces after election with filing of new bribery charges

Former SNC-Lavalin vice-president Normand Morin and former SNC-Lavalin International Inc. vice-president Kamal Francis have been released from custody and are due to appear in a Montreal court on Sept. 27 along with representatives from SNC-Lavalin and SNC-Lavalin International.
Ardmore fundraising duck floats halfway across the world

Ardmore fundraising duck floats halfway across the world

Ardmore duck racer floats up Beaver River and lands on rocky shores of the Barents Sea
Liberals to face pressure to move quickly on fiscal plan as fourth wave hits economy

Liberals to face pressure to move quickly on fiscal plan as fourth wave hits economy

The Liberals will have to gain enough opposition support to get their agenda through Parliament. The party's platform outlined about $78 billion in new spending over five years, and hoped to ease the burden on the federal treasury by raking in $25 billion in new tax measures. 
Wildlife specialists sound alarm on black bear encounters in Canmore

Wildlife specialists sound alarm on black bear encounters in Canmore

“There’s lots of kids that bike to school using the trail system and on the odd occasion they are bumping into bears. We need parents to remind them to keep their eyes open, make lots of noise and preferably bike in groups.”
Alberta's premier faces down restive United Conservative caucus over COVID-19 crisis

Alberta's premier faces down restive United Conservative caucus over COVID-19 crisis

Some of Kenney’s caucus members have criticized his health measures as being too little too late, while others say he has gone too far and violated individual rights by imposing a form of voluntary vaccine passports.
Regulatory group warns several Alberta doctors about sharing COVID-19 misinformation

Regulatory group warns several Alberta doctors about sharing COVID-19 misinformation

The regulator has also spoken to doctors who gave into pressure from patients wanting an exemption letter.
Most postal votes to be counted by the end of today: Elections Canada

Most postal votes to be counted by the end of today: Elections Canada

A record number of people voted by mail in the election. 
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney battles COVID-19 hospital crisis, internal party revolt

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney battles COVID-19 hospital crisis, internal party revolt

Kenney is not facing a party leadership review until late next year unless at least 22 United Conservative constituencies vote to hold one earlier. Joel Mullan, the UCP's vice-president of policy, said more than 30 constituency associations have said they intend to call for a review.