“Unfortunately the lawsuit is a result of us trying to protect our village,” said Verna Murphy, the society’s executive director. “We’ve already seen increases in our insurance premiums in the last year and hopefully this won’t cause that to go higher.”
A northern Alberta ski hill is rebounding after a landslide tore through the property along the Wapiti River in 2020.
About 170 people and organizations are asking Edmonton city council for a piece of the 2023-26 capital and operating budgets as a public hearing got underway at city hall Monday.
Premier Danielle Smith says the Alberta government has prompted at least one organization to drop its mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy.