In my travels across Alberta speaking with First Nations, Métis and Inuit people, one concern that comes up repeatedly is the need for affordable housing.
Over the next several months, I aim to provide central Albertans a bit of an insider’s look at what is happening with the 2019 Canada Winter Games as we march towards February 15, 2019, and welcome the nation to Red Deer.
It’s of surprise to few that after following our provincial government’s announcement they would force the early retirement of coal-powered electricity generators that electricity prices would take a significant jump.
In March 2018, Red Deer College achieved one of its greatest milestones when Alberta’s Premier, Rachel Notley, announced approval for us to begin our university journey.
Through everything I’m reading on the current state of homelessness, addiction, mental health, camps and safe consumption sites in our community, there is a common theme. We are all fed up – really, really fed up.
I was in a meeting the other day with a variety of community leaders and stakeholders. Participants were trying to figure out a way to clean up a particular area of downtown that has a lot of issues with individuals who are homeless uri
A trade war with the United States appears imminent.
Free the beer?