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B.C. speculation tax could be costly to Albertans

B.C. speculation tax could be costly to Albertans

COURTENAY, B.C. – For many decades Vancouver Island and the interior of British Columbia have been major destinations for Albertans buying a vacation property or a place to retire, lured by envious weather plus beautiful mountain and ocean scenery.
Guess what, drivers. Bike lanes actually work

Guess what, drivers. Bike lanes actually work

If you’ve ventured to Edmonton’s increasingly crowded city core, you have probably noticed a sharp increase in bike lanes. They come in all types - adjoined to the road, marked on the road, or entirely separate paths.
Believe it or not, sometimes they get it right

Believe it or not, sometimes they get it right

Donald Trump insulted all of Canada while also continuing a campaign of bullying on trade. There are different ways to react.
Your Canada Day quiz, updated for the 21st century

Your Canada Day quiz, updated for the 21st century

(Editor's note: please read this column on July 1. Otherwise, it's just kind of dated. Thank you.
Your Canada Day quiz, updated for the 21st century

Your Canada Day quiz, updated for the 21st century

(Editor's note: please read this column on July 1. Otherwise, it's just kind of dated. Thank you.
Believe it or not, sometimes they get it right

Believe it or not, sometimes they get it right

Donald Trump insulted all of Canada while also continuing a campaign of bullying on trade. There are different ways to react.
Why young people don't watch TV the old way

Why young people don't watch TV the old way

Television has long been ubiquitous in our lives. Since it rose to prominence in the 1950s, it has became a universal experience for people of all ages.

The shifting sands of the Alberta political scene

Things sometimes turn out far differently than you’d expect. And we’re not talking just about marijuana, which used to be regarded as a danger to health.
They don't call it the 'silly season' for nothing

They don't call it the 'silly season' for nothing

June marks the end of the regular TV season and the beginning of what’s called the “Silly Season.” Most of the darker, more challenging dramas are gone. Replacing them are schedules full of reality shows and game shows.

The shifting sands of the Alberta political scene

Things sometimes turn out far differently than you’d expect. And we’re not talking just about marijuana, which used to be regarded as a danger to health.
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