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Multimedia artist Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ Reclaims the Art of Tattooing

Multimedia artist Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ Reclaims the Art of Tattooing

Talking skin with Bearspaw Cheyenne Ozînjâ θîhâ
Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

"It would be accurate to say that the event attracted far-right and right-wing conspiracy-minded individuals for sure," said Elizabeth Simons, the deputy director of the Canadian Anti-Hate Network, who was monitoring the crowd.
Alberta expands rapid tests for schools, but critics demand vaccines for teachers

Alberta expands rapid tests for schools, but critics demand vaccines for teachers

Premier Jason Kenney says approximately 400,000 of the rapid tests will be rolled out for use in junior and senior high schools in Edmonton, Calgary, Grande Prairie and Lethbridge.
St. Paul Education added to list of school divisions that will not pilot new curriculum

St. Paul Education added to list of school divisions that will not pilot new curriculum

The K-6 draft curriculum continues to be a topic of conversation, with St. Paul Education announcing today it would not pilot the curriculum next school year. Check out our website for more coverage of the draft curriculum, and vote in our weekly poll. Let us know what you think.
Francophone education representatives speak out against draft curriculum

Francophone education representatives speak out against draft curriculum

Francophone education representatives are among the many groups that have come forward, speaking out against the draft K-6 curriculum released by the Government of Alberta March 29.
Feds should be 'cautious,' avoid overstimulation with upcoming budget, RBC CEO says

Feds should be 'cautious,' avoid overstimulation with upcoming budget, RBC CEO says

After a year of job losses, business closures, extreme pressure on health care, and rent and unemployment relief programs, many are expecting the government to dig even deeper into its coffers to ensure Canada bounces back.
Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

Province announces $6 million for medical students to work in rural Alberta

The Alberta government recently announced $6 million in funding that will be geared toward placing medical students in rural areas of the province.
Federal bank regulator proposes tightening test for uninsured mortgages

Federal bank regulator proposes tightening test for uninsured mortgages

Any buyer whose down payment on a home is less than one-fifth of the purchase price must undergo the stress test to demonstrate they could still afford mortgage payments in a higher rate environment.
Reynolds museum ancient artifacts hit the auction block

Reynolds museum ancient artifacts hit the auction block

Edmonton antique dealer parts with massive collection of ancient artifacts acquired from the Stan Reynolds collection--plus a few extras of his own.
Notley proposes bill to expand coal mining policy and begin public consultation

Notley proposes bill to expand coal mining policy and begin public consultation

“Albertans have been very clear. They want mountains, not mines. They want clean water."