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Bonnyville, Cold Lake, Glendon set to host 2026 Alberta Winter Games

Bonnyville, Cold Lake, Glendon set to host 2026 Alberta Winter Games

The provincial government will provide an $820,000 operating grant to the 2026 host society to help cover operating costs such as staffing, transportation, food, venues and promotions.
RCMP charge Calgary man with attempted murder in break-and-enter shooting near Carstairs

RCMP charge Calgary man with attempted murder in break-and-enter shooting near Carstairs

Carstairs-area residents told to shelter in place Friday as RCMP sought armed suspects
Three people charged in 11 golf course break ins and robberies around Calgary

Three people charged in 11 golf course break ins and robberies around Calgary

Alberta RCMP in Southern Alberta had been investigating a spree of break and enters which occurred in January and February to golf courses and other businesses.
Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Want a greener home with federal financial assistance? Application deadline is today for the Federal Greener Homes grants.
Ontario mom of overdose victim wants drug traffickers treated like serial killers

Ontario mom of overdose victim wants drug traffickers treated like serial killers

Paris Williams was 24 when he died from opioid poisoning last year; in a rare move, Sault Police have charged his alleged fentanyl dealer with manslaughter
St. Albert woman lifts city onto international strongman stage

St. Albert woman lifts city onto international strongman stage

"I'm like, 'Oh my gosh, it's moving!' And it went up, and I went, 'Woah. I lifted something that was 400 pounds. I hope I can do that again one day."
Alberta man arrested for sex assault worked in Saskatchewan schools

Alberta man arrested for sex assault worked in Saskatchewan schools

RCMP say accused did teacher practicum at Greystone Heights School and École College Park School in Saskatoon.
When the sun goes down, a swarm of rats emerges in downtown Vancouver

When the sun goes down, a swarm of rats emerges in downtown Vancouver

VANCOUVER — When the sun goes down, the rats of Vancouver's Burrard Skytrain Station emerge, in a scurrying blur of fur and whipping tails.
PHOTOS: First day of the Cross Country World Cup in Canmore

PHOTOS: First day of the Cross Country World Cup in Canmore

Sights from day one of the Canmore World Cup
Central Alberta town will bid for 2024 Kraft Hockeyville title after surprise nomination

Central Alberta town will bid for 2024 Kraft Hockeyville title after surprise nomination

Community invited to nominate the Sundre Arena and share their stories before Feb. 18 deadline for chance at winning $250,000 and hosting an NHL game
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