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Kenney will remain at UCP helm until new leader is chosen

Kenney will remain at UCP helm until new leader is chosen

The premier isn't leaving his post just yet.
Danielle Smith will run for UCP leader

Danielle Smith will run for UCP leader

Danielle Smith said Thursday she will run for the leader of the UCP amidst Jason Kenney's resignation.
Jail 'Freedom Convoy' organizer Tamara Lich again, Crown argues in Ottawa court

Jail 'Freedom Convoy' organizer Tamara Lich again, Crown argues in Ottawa court

"Freedom Convoy" organizer Tamara Lich is accused of breaching her bail conditions and the Crown argues she should go back to back in jail until her trial.
Inmate receives 18-month sentence for assault with weapon

Inmate receives 18-month sentence for assault with weapon

An inmate charged with assault with a weapon stemming from a July 2021 incident at the Drumheller Institution has had an 18-month concurrent sentence handed down.
Kenney to learn fate as party announces results of leadership review vote

Kenney to learn fate as party announces results of leadership review vote

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is to learn today if he still has enough support from his party to stay on as leader.
St. Albert seniors create social media buzz over hockey TikToks

St. Albert seniors create social media buzz over hockey TikToks

TikTok-ing seniors from Northern Alberta are gearing up for the Battle of Alberta.
Tongue pizza, squid ink corn dogs spice up menu for 2022 Calgary Stampede

Tongue pizza, squid ink corn dogs spice up menu for 2022 Calgary Stampede

This summer's Calgary Stampede menu has some strange and spicy twists on traditional favourites.
Over half of young people see racist content online about immigrants, poll suggests

Over half of young people see racist content online about immigrants, poll suggests

Over half of Canadians under age 35 come across racist or prejudiced remarks about immigrants on the internet, a new survey suggests.
Super-Pufft opens $50-million processing facility in Airdrie

Super-Pufft opens $50-million processing facility in Airdrie

A snack maker is opening its first multimillion dollar facility in Alberta.
COVID hospitalizations continue to decline

COVID hospitalizations continue to decline

"Overall, the data shows we are getting past the BA.2 wave." ~ Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping, during a May 17 COVID-19 update.