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How to protect yourself against 'renoviction' as rental markets heat up

How to protect yourself against 'renoviction' as rental markets heat up

With Canada's already-hot rental market expected to come under even more pressure in 2023, experts say tenants should guard against "renoviction" by educating themselves about their rights.
Holiday advice for home bartenders, plus 4 festive cocktails

Holiday advice for home bartenders, plus 4 festive cocktails

LONDON (AP) — Looking to create a bit of winter luxury when tending bar at home this holiday season? London's top cocktail-makers have some tips. “Christmas is a special time when you want to join with friends and family.
Alberta to use shuttles, taxis to transport some patients in effort to improve EMS

Alberta to use shuttles, taxis to transport some patients in effort to improve EMS

The Alberta government is hoping to improve ambulance response times by having community shuttles and wheelchair-accessible taxis transport some patients.
AMA sees seven times usual requests for tows in extreme cold

AMA sees seven times usual requests for tows in extreme cold

Amidst huge call volume for roadside assistance, Alberta Motor Association reminds drivers of how to stay safe in extreme cold.
Sunny skies ahead for weatherman Mike Sobel

Sunny skies ahead for weatherman Mike Sobel

Edmonton broadcaster retires after 25 years beside the weather map
'Perfect storm' of inflation, high prices driving more into homelessness: advocates

'Perfect storm' of inflation, high prices driving more into homelessness: advocates

CALGARY — Social agencies and advocates say rising interest rates and high inflation are pushing more Canadians into homelessness.
AMA warns motorists to lock it or lose it

AMA warns motorists to lock it or lose it

Don't leave holiday gifts out in plain sight in your vehicle, reminds the Alberta Motor Association
Twitter poll closes with users voting for Musk exit as chief

Twitter poll closes with users voting for Musk exit as chief

More than half of 17.5 million users who responded to a Twitter poll created by billionaire Elon Musk over whether he should step down as head of the company had voted yes by the time the poll closed Monday.
Prevent falls and other injuries

Prevent falls and other injuries

Prevent falls and injuries by using common sense and these tips.
NDP Leader Rachel Notley pitches stability to sold-out business crowd in Calgary

NDP Leader Rachel Notley pitches stability to sold-out business crowd in Calgary

Opposition NDP Leader Rachel Notley says she would lead a "stable, no surprises government" focused on growing the Alberta economy and providing strong public health care and education if elected next year.