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Riley Tjosvold

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Alberta budget 2024: Province projects a $376 million surplus while still borrowing money

Alberta budget 2024: Province projects a $376 million surplus while still borrowing money

The province projects a meager surplus in its 2024 budget, and funding will not keep pace with Alberta’s growing population
St. Albert Female Hockey Day a sign of growing interest in the sport

St. Albert Female Hockey Day a sign of growing interest in the sport

At Servus Place, "Female Hockey Day" brought girls from the Edmonton region and Calgary together to compete and learn from one another
RCMP catch man who allegedly filmed 22 victims in change room at St. Albert tanning salon

RCMP catch man who allegedly filmed 22 victims in change room at St. Albert tanning salon

An Alberta man is facing voyeurism charges and was also allegedly in possession of “a very large amount of child pornography”
Alberta Jaromir Jagr superfan dons mullet one last time for No. 68's jersey retirement

Alberta Jaromir Jagr superfan dons mullet one last time for No. 68's jersey retirement

'Travelling Jagr' Ryan Sellers, of St. Alberta, joined the troupe and thousands of fans in Pittsburgh to wave goodbye to hockey great Jaromir Jagr's NHL jersey
MLA Rakhi Pancholi in NDP leadership race, endorsed by St. Albert MLA

MLA Rakhi Pancholi in NDP leadership race, endorsed by St. Albert MLA

Pancholi is the second candidate to enter the race, following Kathleen Ganley MLA for Calgary – Mountain View
B.C. wineries must pay up if they want access to Alberta, Nally says

B.C. wineries must pay up if they want access to Alberta, Nally says

B.C. wineries that were sent warnings from AGLC to stop selling directly to consumers have been avoiding Alberta’s alcohol tax, says Nally. Wineries’ lawyer says that winegrowers are happy to pay, but the province lacks a system to do so.
St. Albert man pleads guilty to choking friend unconscious

St. Albert man pleads guilty to choking friend unconscious

Keegan Ross, 18, received 12 months of probation for choking a friend unconscious.
Alberta’s red tape cut by 33 per cent, says Nally

Alberta’s red tape cut by 33 per cent, says Nally

Critics warn of potential public hazards from regulation cutting
Edmonton fire captain charged with possessing child pornography

Edmonton fire captain charged with possessing child pornography

Police have charged Christopher McDonald, 54, with possession of child pornography, accessing child pornography and making available child pornography
Province mulls booze sales in grocery, convenience stores

Province mulls booze sales in grocery, convenience stores

“We have to acknowledge that prohibition is over,” says Service Alberta and Red Tape Reduction Minister Dale Nally.
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