'Renew your domain name before it expires': Alta. cabinet minister locked out of own website

EDMONTON -- Alberta’s education minister is locked out of her own website after her domain expired earlier this week.

On Friday the website shifted from displaying content curated by LaGrange and her team to showing messages about how “out of touch” the draft K-6 United Conservative Party curriculum is.

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