With many customers now looking online for all their shopping and service needs, a newly expanded program partnership with the City of Edmonton, University of Alberta and local businesses is helping local companies make the digital dive.
New data collected by the non-profit, public opinion research organization Angus Reid Institute shows three-quarters of Albertans surveyed think Jason Kenney is doing a poor job handling the COVID-19 pandemic, the worst rating of any premier.
With time winding down on the Edmonton Convention Centre's (ECC) use as a temporary shelter, as well as other large scale accommodations for the city's vulnerable population, plans for next steps are underway.
Prince Philip, the irascible and tough-minded husband of Queen Elizabeth II who spent more than seven decades supporting his wife in a role that both defined and constricted his life, has died, Buckingham Palace said Friday. He was 99.
Canada's economy added more than 300,000 jobs in March, once again outpacing expectations and putting the labour market on track to recoup all that was lost one year ago even before a federal budget rolls out with its promise of billions in stimulus spending.
The owner of Chakalaka Restaurant on 17 Avenue in Calgary recently celebrated his location’s grand opening on Feb. 15, but latest health restrictions effective Friday at noon now prohibit him from offering indoor dining.
An Edmonton man who's been accompanied by a service dog since 2017, to help with his PTSD, is hoping his recent experience at a local restaurant will help inform Alberta business owners about the rights of customers like him.