The Calgary Journal
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The Calgary Journal went live on election night with political experts, student electoral groups and journalists to discuss the election and what it means for Alberta.

The Conversations centered around voter concerns and media coverage over the 40 days of the campaign.

The Conservatives have swept all 13 seats in Calgary, despite the Liberals winning a minority government in Monday’s federal election .

Today is the day. Canadians across the country are able to get out and vote for their MP and the party they want to form government.

In 2011, 9 people died of fentanyl overdoses in Alberta.

Just last year, 673 people died.

These numbers, provided by Alberta Health Services (AHS), speak for themselves — the opioid crisis is plaguing our province.