All News

A photo of the peace country earlier this month.  With these temperatures in the forecast, the snow sure won't stick around for long.
A photo of the peace country earlier this month. With these temperatures in the forecast, the snow sure won't stick around for long. Photo by Justin Dionne

Possible record-breaker for first day of spring

By Sheena Roszell
March 20, 2019 - 8:06am

Spring arrives today, and it could be a record-breaker.
 
Environment Canada says Grande Prairie can expect a high of 13 degrees today.
 
The warmest March 20 on record was 1992 when the high that day reached 11.8C.
 

2019 Peace Country Regional Science Fair winners
2019 Peace Country Regional Science Fair winners Photo from Peace Wapiti Public School Division website

Peace Country students moving on to National Science Fair

By Courtney Almeida
March 20, 2019 - 5:30am Updated: March 20, 2019 - 7:00am

Joshua Street from Bezanson School in the Peace Wapiti Public School Division took home first place in the 2019 Peace Country Regional Science Fair and is now headed to Nationals. The Grade 9 student won gold at the Fair held in Peace River over the weekend, for his Pro Detector project.

From left to right: NDP leader Rachel Notley, UCP leader Jason Kenney, Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel, Freedom Conservative Party leader Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta Liberal leader David Khan.
From left to right: NDP leader Rachel Notley, UCP leader Jason Kenney, Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel, Freedom Conservative Party leader Derek Fildebrandt, Alberta Liberal leader David Khan. The Canadian Press

Leaders of Alberta's main political parties hit the campaign trail

By The Canadian Press
March 20, 2019 - 5:19am

After firing up supporters at campaign kickoff events yesterday, the leaders of Alberta's main political parties are heading out to stump for votes.

NDP Leader Rachel Notley is to start today in Edmonton with a campaign announcement.

Pages