Provincial Politics

Associate Health Minister Brandy Payne speaks about the first five Alberta locations which will offer supervised consumption services to people in Edmonton and Lethbridge.
Associate Health Minister Brandy Payne speaks about the first five Alberta locations which will offer supervised consumption services to people in Edmonton and Lethbridge. Government of Alberta

Lethbridge, Edmonton get supervised consumption; Red Deer could be next

By Josh Hall (Twitter: @Vancan19)
October 18, 2017 - 6:22pm

Things are progressing when it comes to supervised consumption services in this province.

On Wednesday, Associate Health Minister Brandy Payne announced five locations in Alberta which will offer supervised consumption, four in Edmonton and one in Lethbridge.

Left to right: Brian Jean, Doug Schweitzer and Jason Kenney
Left to right: Brian Jean, Doug Schweitzer and Jason Kenney Lethbridge News Now

Kenney, Jean and Schweitzer go head to head in final United Conservative Party debate

By Lethbridge News Now (Lara Fominoff)
October 18, 2017 - 2:27pm

LETHBRIDGE - With the wind howling high above the roof of the Exhibition Park building and in front of a crowd of hundreds, United Conservative Party leadership hopefuls Brian Jean, Jason Kenney and Doug Schweitzer went head to head one final time Tuesday night (Oct.17), before a leadership vote

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