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Keeping Alberta invasive mussel free

Posted on April 4, 2024

Zebra mussels are one of the world’s most invasive aquatic species. These fingernail-sized, freshwater invertebrates have a hardshell and look a bit like a clam. … Read More »

From the Archives of Western Newspapers

Posted on April 4, 2024

By Samantha Johnson For Southern Alberta Newspapers March 31, 1888 – Edmonton Bulletin In Ottawa today, the debate on unrestricted reciprocity continued in the House.… Read More »

Canada’s illegal tobacco trade a global boon for organized crime and terrorism

Posted on April 4, 2024

Canada’s illegal tobacco trade is not just a domestic issue but a substantial financial boon to organized crime and terrorist organizations worldwide, including terrorist groups… Read More »

Schow developing bidding policy and labour stream

Posted on April 4, 2024

By Cal Braid Taber Times Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Alberta’s Minister of Tourism and Sport, Joseph Schow, has been mandated by Premier Danielle Smith to… Read More »

Taking action to protect lakes and waterways from aquatic invasive species

Posted on April 4, 2024

Government of Alberta Currently, Alberta is 100 per cent free of zebra and quagga mussels. However, increased detections in Idaho and Manitoba last year are… Read More »

Town gets sticker-shocked at price of mowing equipment

Posted on April 4, 2024

By Cal Braid Taber Times Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Town council had a bit of a rude awakening when it came time to buy new… Read More »

Taber’s Brenna Wallace advocating for victims of human trafficking

Posted on April 4, 2024

By Heather Cameron Southern Alberta Newspapers Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Brenna Wallace, an individual with autism who is a human trafficking survivor and the co-founder… Read More »

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