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As gas prices are set to rise across Canada tomorrow, drivers in Alberta will be relieved to hear that prices are set to drop across the province as a result of the suspension of the collection of the fuel tax.

Prices at the pumps will drop by 8 cents per litre for regular gas in Edmonton and Calgary for April 1, according to the latest data from price prediction website Gas Wizard.

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Sometimes when you head to the grocery store and fill up your cart, it can be a complete shock when you get to the checkout and find out just how much all that food costs.

In fact, according to the January 2022 Consumer Price Index, Canadian shoppers paid 6.5% more for groceries in January 2022 than in the previous month, the largest increase since May 2009.

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An entrepreneur from Edmonton has shared how she has made six-figures reselling clothes.

Lorel Grad decided to resell her closet online through Poshmark in 2019 to earn some extra income while she balanced nursing school with raising her young daughter. Within the first year, she made over $20,000.

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An Alberta man is now a cool $15 million richer thanks to a recent Lotto Max draw win, but the real kicker is how he found out.

According to a press release from the Western Canada Lottery Corporation, Andrew Weninger was enjoying some extra shut-eye when his mom came into his room telling him to get out of bed.

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On Monday, June 14, Premier Jason Kenney shared details about Alberta's COVID-19 vaccine lottery program. The "Open For Summer Lottery" intends to drum up more vaccination uptake in the province by offering the chance to win three separate prizes of $1 million.

The winner of the first prize will be announced when stage three of Alberta's reopening plan begins. Anyone who has had one COVID-19 vaccine dose is eligible to enter the first draw as long as they are 18 years or older.

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Someone in Edmonton is about to get $1 million richer thanks to some seriously lucky numbers. 

The winning Lotto Max Millions ticket was drawn on Friday, October 9 according to Global News. 

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The student loan freeze is officially over and as of Wednesday, September 30, Alberta Student loanrepayments are now back in effect. 

A six-month pause was placed on student loan repayments and interest charges as people battled what seemed to be the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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If you're missing a giant chunk of change, you might want to check this out. 

On Thursday, September 10, the government notified the public that there's $103 million worth of "forgotten funds" resting in an Alberta missing money registry. Over 250,000 people can make a claim for their property or money. 

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A Vancouver-based company called SCRAP-IT is coming for your dirty, old vehicles. 

According to the SCRAP-IT's Alberta program, you'll be able to claim a rebate of $300 after scrapping your car. 

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If you're hurting for cash and want to try something new career-wise, then why not give this a try? You've probably already been a customer before. Over 700 entry-level jobs are looking for people now in Alberta. Amazon's hiring for their new warehouse location near Edmonton and all you need is a high school diploma to apply.

In a release shared with Narcity on Monday, July 6, Amazon announced that 600 new, full-time positions just opened up in their new warehouse in Nisku, near Edmonton.

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The feud between Alberta's premier, Jason Kenney and the NDP opposition leader, Rachel Notley is nothing new. At legislature on Wednesday, June 17, Notley asked Kenney if he could confirm that he wouldn't lower Alberta's minimum wage. The premier wouldn't confirm this, though he didn't hold back from throwing some shade. 

The Legislative Assembly of Alberta on Wednesday brought some serious tension between Jason Kenney and Rachel Notley.

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Whether you hate leaving home or you're literally not allowed, working from home is a blessing sometimes. Luckily, there are tons of work from home jobs in Edmonton that are hiring right now. All of the applications are online and it’s so easy to throw your hat in the ring. We've rounded up a list of Edmonton work from home jobs that you can do from the comfort of your living room. 

Getting dressed to go to work is overrated. 

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