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GoFundMe launched for Okotoks family after son's brain tumour diagnosis

GoFundMe launched for Okotoks family after son's brain tumour diagnosis

Kolton Byerley, a 13-year-old living in Southern Alberta, underwent surgery to remove a cancerous brain tumour earlier this month is now learning to walk, talk and eat again.
COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline

COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to decline

The peak of the BA.2 cases has passed in Alberta and the current wave is receding, says Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping
Canadian parents warned amid specialised baby formula shortage. What you need to know

Canadian parents warned amid specialised baby formula shortage. What you need to know

The closure of a large production facility in the U.S. has caused a massive shortfall in Canada of infant formula for babies with food allergies and medical conditions
Alberta justice minister faces 3-day law society disciplinary hearing in October

Alberta justice minister faces 3-day law society disciplinary hearing in October

Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro is to face a three-day disciplinary hearing in October before the self-governing body that sets standards for lawyers in the province.
Motorcyclist dies after Monday night collision in St. Albert

Motorcyclist dies after Monday night collision in St. Albert

A 62-year-old female motorcyclist has died of her injuries following a collision that happened Monday north of Edmonton.
Jason Nixon ponders leadership run

Jason Nixon ponders leadership run

UCP MLA Jason Niixon says his priority is making sure the party has a leader who can defeat Rachel Notley.
Dump truck collides with car in Cochrane

Dump truck collides with car in Cochrane

A dump truck collided with a car in a serious crash in Southern Alberta Tuesday.
Charest says he would support more pipeline construction

Charest says he would support more pipeline construction

Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidate Jean Charest says he would work to promote and support Alberta’s oil and gas industry, including new pipeline construction.
Former Sundre Mountie commended for bravery

Former Sundre Mountie commended for bravery

Sgt. Joe Mandel, previously a corporal serving in Sundre, said training instincts took over when suspect vehicle attempted to run him over.
End of insulin pump program distressing to Okotoks family

End of insulin pump program distressing to Okotoks family

The cancellation of a Provincial Insulin Pump Therapy Program has the Southern Alberta parents of a toddler with type 1 Diabetes very worried about what it will mean for their family.