A group of local community agencies are joining forces to create a sexual assault centre to help treat and investigate cases of adult and child abuse.
The search to locate where the city lost $1.2 million last year has been narrowed to three areas.
There's a little bit of tradition at work in Fort McMurray.
Art and Pat Tassie say they are not experts on cults but they have had first hand experiences with them and are very concerned with helping the victims.
City council began the dismantling of its current administrative system Tuesday by abolishing the position of community services commissioner.
Mayor Chuck Knight says the city spent more than it should have in 1985 because there was a lack of accountability among the staff.
The city has overspent its budget by $1.1 million and at least one alderman is very disappointed in the way the budget is administered.
Another International Women’s Day has come and gone and along with it another round of clever hashtags, hopeful social media posts and frankly, hollow pledges of support. We’ve been through it before. Some of us have been through it more times than others and after a while, there’s a certain fuming cynicism that sets in. … Continue reading The Day After: Reflections on International Women’s Day
Smoking may soon be banned completely in public places in the city but no one is complaining.
Wayne Taylor says if the strike is allowed to continue it will be "extremely detrimental to the commercial and overall health of the community."