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Alberta MLA sentenced for hacking COVID-19 vaccine portal

Alberta MLA sentenced for hacking COVID-19 vaccine portal

Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang has been ordered to pay a $7,200 fine after pleading guilty to a charge of illegally attempting to access private information.
National RCMP watchdog investigating arrest of Alberta teen

National RCMP watchdog investigating arrest of Alberta teen

The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission is investigating the October arrest and detention of a 16-year-old from St. Albert with autism.
Oil and gas company gets huge property tax penalty cancelled

Oil and gas company gets huge property tax penalty cancelled

Mountain View County administration recommended $187,542 late penalty cancellation not be granted for Whitecap Resources Inc. but council voted in favour.
Northern Alberta teen charged following $8,000 in vandalism

Northern Alberta teen charged following $8,000 in vandalism

A 15-year-old St. Albert youth has been charged with vandalizing two skate park washrooms earlier this fall.
Front-loaded, cold and snowy winter ahead, Weather Network forecast suggests

Front-loaded, cold and snowy winter ahead, Weather Network forecast suggests

The Weather Network is forecasting a colder than normal start to winter across most of the country, but January and February will offer some respite.
Government can't solve housing issues alone, private sector must be involved: CMHC

Government can't solve housing issues alone, private sector must be involved: CMHC

The scale of the housing problem is so large that the private sector must be involved, says the report by CMHC's deputy chief economist.
RCMP charge man with arson after fire at Central Alberta hotel

RCMP charge man with arson after fire at Central Alberta hotel

RCMP say hotel residents used extinguishers to help put out blaze after an object in an Innisfail hotel room was lit on fire.
Alberta not proceeding with Premier Smith's bill to protect COVID-19 unvaccinated

Alberta not proceeding with Premier Smith's bill to protect COVID-19 unvaccinated

Government house leader Joseph Schow says such a bill will not be introduced this fall as the focus is on other priorities.
Two vehicles, police officer's ID stolen in residential break-in

Two vehicles, police officer's ID stolen in residential break-in

Items stolen from early morning break-in at Cochrane residence include a gold-plated RCMP crested badge with employee identification.
Why anti-poverty researchers bristle at holiday appeals for food bank donations

Why anti-poverty researchers bristle at holiday appeals for food bank donations

"The reality of it is that we've built a system where private charity is filling in for where the social safety net should be," says food insecurity expert.