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According to the Alberta Driver's Handbook "The law requires that the wheels of the parked vehicle not be more than 50 centimetres from the curb.".
According to the Alberta driver's handbook "When stopping behind another vehicle in traffic, leave enough space so that you could move your vehicle into another lane without having to reverse. The extra space reduces the risk of hitting the vehicle ahead if you are hit from behind. This also allows you to move out of the way of a vehicle that may be skidding or slipping on ice behind you."
According to the Alberta Learner's Handbook:
If someone is following too closely, and if it is safe, reduce your speed just enough to encourage them to pass. If the person does not pass, create a wider space cushion between you and the vehicle ahead.
A vehicle with flashing green lights is most likely a municipal volunteer firefighter responding to a fire or other emergency. According to Alberta's driver handbook, "If you see a vehicle with flashing green lights, treat it like any other emergency vehicle."