Monthly Archives: May 2014

Commercial carrier bears the weight of heavy fine

Company fined for overweight vehicle A company that transports oilfield equipment has been fined a total of $85,440 for hauling an oversized and overweight load on Highway 63. Oilsands Expediting Ltd. appeared in provincial court in Fort McMurray on May … Continue reading

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Minister Denis statement on shooting in St. Paul.

Jonathan Denis, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General, issued this statement in response to the shooting in St. Paul. “Today, I had the honour of attending events with RCMP officers where I spoke about the sacrifices made by law enforcement … Continue reading

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Enforcement ramping up for May long weekend

Officers working together to keep Albertans safe and protect the land The May long weekend is approaching fast once again, and for many Albertans this is an excellent time to get out and enjoy the many amazing things our beautiful … Continue reading

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Awards for going the extra mile in style

Alberta’s 2014 Community Justice Awards Across the province, there are thousands of dedicated community workers, volunteers and justice professionals who work tirelessly to help ensure Albertans can continue to live in safe and fair neighbourhoods. Today, we celebrated some of … Continue reading

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Supporting those who need it most

Government funding assists child advocacy centres Alberta’s child advocacy centres (CACs) are dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young victims of crime. They provide vital services that help children heal. That is why the Government of Alberta … Continue reading

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