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Alberta woman shaken up after deer attacks dog

Alberta woman shaken up after deer attacks dog

Neighbours come to her aid after a deer charges Lisa Flentje and her collie, Lola, while walking in an alley in an Okotoks neighbourhood.
Calgary water crisis update: Repair progress reaches halfway point

Calgary water crisis update: Repair progress reaches halfway point

Calgary crews continue around the clock work on the five water main break hotspots along their main water feeder pipe, however, some problems have risen.
100-year-old oil rig moving from Southern Alberta to Edmonton museum

100-year-old oil rig moving from Southern Alberta to Edmonton museum

Century-old rig that's been on display in Okotok for the past 20 years is on its way to the Oilfield Equipment Museum in Edmonton.
Seniors turning to life leases, but pitfalls remain

Seniors turning to life leases, but pitfalls remain

One company, Christenson Communities, owes a total of more than $60-million to leaseholders
Quarry Lake fines clarified, new fine for sleeping overnight in vehicle

Quarry Lake fines clarified, new fine for sleeping overnight in vehicle

"We’re very education focused, especially in our parking program,”
Four grizzly bear deaths in Yoho National Park prompt calls for wildlife summit

Four grizzly bear deaths in Yoho National Park prompt calls for wildlife summit

“A wildlife summit can discuss a number of issues and one of the core issues has to be how do we make sure that the Lake Louise grizzly bear population becomes a source for grizzly bears again and not a sink population."
WestJet mechanics take strike off the table as two sides resume talks

WestJet mechanics take strike off the table as two sides resume talks

The threat of a strike by WestJet airplane mechanics is off the table — for now — after both sides agreed to resume negotiations, but not before nearly 50 flights were cancelled.
AI is making it easier to target people with more personalized scams: 1Password CEO

AI is making it easier to target people with more personalized scams: 1Password CEO

TORONTO — The head of one Canadian company fighting to bring safety to the online world says watch out for artificial intelligence because it's making hackers and scammers even better at targeting people.
Photos, video: Adorable sea otter pup under care of Vancouver rescue organization

Photos, video: Adorable sea otter pup under care of Vancouver rescue organization

She's so young she doesn't even have a name yet
Federally funded diabetes medications, contraceptives will be available April 2025: Health minister

Federally funded diabetes medications, contraceptives will be available April 2025: Health minister

It’s the first time Mark Holland has set any timeline for the launch of the federal pharmacare program to cover the two categories of drugs, but formal negotiations with provinces won’t begin until the legislation becomes law
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