Money

An Alberta Lotto winner got the surprise of his life when he remembered to check a three-month-old Lotto Daily Grand ticket in a local store and ended up leaving $500,000 richer.

Leonard Hutchinson, from Lethbridge, bought a lottery ticket from Century Downs Racetrack and Casino in Rocky View County on April 26, 2022, ahead of the April 28 draw.

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If you love all things Costco, you're in luck as the big-box store is currently hiring for a ton of jobs in Alberta.

With stores in Calgary, Edmonton, St. Alberta, Medicine Hat and Grande Prairie, among other cities in the province, you could snag a dream job at Costco and many of the roles don't even require any experience.

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If you're looking for a career change, now could be the perfect time to dust off your resume and apply. The City of Calgary is hiring for loads of jobs and some will pay you over $80,000 a year.

From managing the city's transit systems to providing legal advice on human resources issues, there are loads of different roles out there and you could earn the big bucks in a job that's right on your doorstep.

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If gas and grocery prices are making you reevaluate your current job scenario, you're in luck. The Government of Alberta is hiring for loads of different jobs and you could earn $70,000 or more.

There are a ton of government jobs available, and you could work in anything from wildlife biology to communications and get paid a decent salary too.

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Summer is fast approaching and if you're looking to spend more time at home and less time in traffic, you're in luck. There are loads of remote jobs hiring in Calgary and you could even get paid up to $140,000 a year.

Remote work gives you the option to turn your local coffee shop or balcony into your own personal office — which is an extra special perk on those really sunny days. You could work in anything from sales to managing flight schedules without even needing to leave the house.

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The Government of Canada is hiring for a bunch of roles in Alberta and the positions include a variety of skill sets and experience to meet most peoples' needs.

So, if you are on the hunt for a new job or a change of career, and you are thinking about working for the federal government, there could be something for you.

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If you vowed that 2022 would be the end of your time working in an office, you're in luck. There are loads of companies in Calgary hiring right now for remote workers, and some even pay up to $75,000 a year.

Making the big bucks and not even having to leave the house is kind of the dream, right? You could work in social media, influencer marketing or even help people schedule moving from their apartments — all from the comfort of your own home.

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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said on Tuesday that the province will not be raising its minimum wage, saying it "would probably be the end" for many of the small businesses that are recovering from the pandemic.

Kenney was asked whether Alberta would be raising the minimum wage at a recent press conference after B.C. announced it was increasing its minimum wage to $15.65 an hour — the highest in Canada. Alberta's minimum wage is currently $15 an hour.

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Tax season is upon us already, and Alberta has quite a few tax credits that you could be eligible for and could save you some serious cash.

The deadline for filing income tax and benefit returns for most people is April 30, 2022.

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WestJet is looking to hire flight attendants based out of Calgary and Vancouver, and now's your chance to apply.

The airline is hiring people who are able to give customers a "remarkable guest experience" while also maintaining high safety standards. After all, flight attendants are representing the brand.

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Living in a major Canadian city doesn't come cheap, and it feels like the cost of living just keeps going up. Fortunately, there’s a bunch of flexible part-time jobs in Calgary that give you the opportunity to earn up to $25 per hour.

From online tutoring to decorating, these Calgary side hustles could be the best way to make sure you have money for the things you want and will fit around your regular schedule.

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A Calgary mom has shared her secrets to saving up to $600 a month on groceries for her family of four.

Heather Friesen told CBC that her family used to spend around $1,000 a month, mainly due to buying gluten-free foods for her nine-year-old son who has food allergies.

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