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  • Alberta legal cannabis sales to exceed half billion dollars this year: analyst
    Those rising Alberta earnings are driven mainly by a proliferation of stores ? 524 have been approved by the AGLC

  • Alberta cities warned 'fiscal reckoning' is ahead as COVID-19 shakes economy
    Finance Minister Travis Toews told councillors and mayors that the province is 'heading into a season where we have to do more with less'

  • Alberta needs to address toxic drug supply to reduce opioid deaths, say experts
    Alberta leaders must address a toxic drug supply and boost evidence-based supports to reduce soaring overdose deaths, says a national drug policy expert. Donald MacPherson, executive director of the Canadian Drug Policy Coalition, said the UCP government should reverse course on its “narrow” addictions strategy, which is focused on abstinence-based treatment and recovery, towards a […]

  • Male charged with second-degree murder for suspicious death in Paddle Prairie
    A male has been charged with second-degree murder for a suspicious death that occurred at Paddle Prairie Metis Settlement on Sept. 21. At 7:30 p.m. that day, High Level RCMP received a 911 call of a disturbance at a Paddle Prairie residence followed shortly after by another 911 call of firearms incident at the same […]

  • Run for the Cure continues
    Even a global-wide pandemic can’t stop an important tradition from occurring, in pursuit of a cure for breast cancer. The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) are teaming up for the 29th annual CIBC Run for the Cure, set for Oct. 4 in Grande Prairie. “Cancer doesn’t stop for […]

  • The nine-man experience
    A clear indicator of attitude was the overall spirit, the desire to learn the game, paying attention to the details within the new nine-man set-up. The small football field across from Grande Prairie Composite could be considered a refuge, a place to forget about COVID-19, while at the same time concentrating and getting into the […]

  • Traffic stop leads to seizure of firearms
    Grande Prairie RCMP seized three rifles and a shotgun in addition to charging one male with numerous firearms offences following a traffic stop on Sept. 22. While patrolling 16 Avenue at 96 Street at about 11:45 a.m. that day, police observed a suspicious vehicle parked at a gas station. A traffic stop was conducted and as […]

  • Male injured in hunting incident near Fairview
    An adult male suffered firearms-related injuries as a result of a hunting incident at a remote location northwest of Fairview on Sept. 22 at about 8:30 p.m. Fairview RCMP attended the scene along with Emergency Medical Services that included STARS Air Ambulance. STARS transported the injured 21-year-old male from Fairview to a hospital in Edmonton […]

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