Elections Alberta has released the results of the referendums held on Oct. 18th. The results of the Senate elections were also released. More than 1,118,000 Albertans cast… Read more »
2021 edition of Zoolights will feature over 200 light figurines, bright lights and interactive light displays. You can walk through their new Tunnel of Light or take a walk down their 25th-anniversary memory lane. There will be fire pits to warm up and a holiday zoo market, where you can purchase handicrafts from local businesses, yummy snacks, hot chocolate and so much more.
New Christmas Light Festival at Calgary’s Heritage Park to Feature Vintage and Heritage Displays From All Over Alberta
This holiday season, start a new Christmas tradition at Heritage Park and join the fun at a one-of-a-kind, exciting holiday event. The new light festival, Holiday In… Read more »
Royal Canadian Mint has issued a dime with re-designed the image of Canada’s most famous schooner and “Queen of the North Atlantic” to celebrate the 100th anniversary… Read more »
Maple Maskawâhtik, a virtual care platform, is available for Albertans without a family doctor seeking primary medical care. Maple Maskawâhtik will provide online doctor visits with General… Read more »
Banff Gondola will be the newest venue for an immersive experience of light, sound and wonder created by Moment Factory with the participation of the Stoney Nakoda Nation.
Telecommunications Alliance says Alberta will be getting a new area code to meet the growing demand for new telephone numbers. The new area code 368 will be… Read more »
Alberta students in the arts, humanities and social sciences fields whose work advances gender equality or who are studying in fields where their gender can now apply for Persons Case Scholarship.
After a long hiatus induced by the COVID-19 pandemic, live theatre enthusiasts in Western Canada can once again enjoy touring Broadway shows at the local theatres beginning… Read more »
Applications are now open for Alberta’s Women in STEM Scholarship. The $125,000 scholarship awards $2,500 each to 50 successful applicants and is open to young women pursuing… Read more »
AB Covid Records Verifier: App to Verify Alberta COVID-19 Vaccine QR Code is Now Available For Download
Alberta has released the app to scan COVID-19 vaccine QR codes and it is now available for download on Apple and Android devices through the respective app… Read more »
Premier Jason Kenney today announced Alberta will be providing financial supports to businesses implementing Restrictions Exemption Program. The provincial government introduced two new programs today – REP… Read more »
The latest ranking of the world’s most powerful passports by Passport Index puts Canada in the top 30 countries with high mobility and in the group of… Read more »
Alberta is reducing the number of people you can get together with outdoors this Thanksgiving weekend. Effective Oct. 6th, all outdoor private social gatherings will be limited… Read more »
Alberta Rolls Out Third Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine to All 75 and Older, Indigenous 65 and Older Starting Oct. 6th
Alberta is giving a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine for all residents aged 75 and older and First Nations, Inuit and Métis people age 65 and older… Read more »
After the smashing success of last year’s Halloween event, Great White Car & Truck Wash in Calgary is once again partnering with Bluebird Self Storage to bring… Read more »
Tim Hortons Sells Nearly 800,000 Orange-Sprinkled Fundraising Donuts In support of Residential School Survivors
Tim Hortons launched a limited-time fundraising donut in honour of Orange Shirt Day on September 30th with 100 per cent of the proceeds (excluding taxes) donated to… Read more »
Celebrate Thanksgiving in Alberta this year by doing something different. This coming weekend you’ll find an assorted variety of fall fun around all our province’s cities and… Read more »
Albertans can now download their COVID-19 vaccine records that has a scannable QR code from the Alberta vaccine records website. Though the QR code records are available… Read more »
Premier Jason Kenney announced today the government is implementing proof of COVID-19 vaccination policy for all Alberta Public Service employees. Proof of vaccination will apply to approximately… Read more »
Things to Do to Honour National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in Calgary, What is Open & Closed on Sept 30th
Thursday, September 30th marks the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, the newest federal Statutory holiday. National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a day to… Read more »
It is fall in Alberta, which means some of our natural and gorgeous scenery is about to transition into warm and cozy hues of gold, red, purple, or orange. This season can be one of the best to view our Alberta waterfalls as the blue or glacial waters create a stunning contrast to the changing leaves.