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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.
Anthony Bilodeau to testify in own defence

Anthony Bilodeau to testify in own defence

The second-degree murder trial into the killings of Jacob Sansom, 39, and Maurice Cardinal was delayed Tuesday morning after two of the 14 jurors tested positive for COVID-19 over the weekend and another was sick and unable to come to court.
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.
Vancouver police investigate possible hate crime after man attacked with bear spray

Vancouver police investigate possible hate crime after man attacked with bear spray

A senior citizen was bear-sprayed in the Vancouver's Chinatown and police are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime.
Driver going 209 km/h stopped by peace officer

Driver going 209 km/h stopped by peace officer

A driver going more than double the 100 km/h speed limit was stopped on a Southern Alberta highway Monday morning.
Have Rations, Will Cook! the latest from Calgary vintage lifestyle blogger

Have Rations, Will Cook! the latest from Calgary vintage lifestyle blogger

Wartime cookbook reminds readers of the era of rationing and how to do more with less.
Bear cub killed on Trans-Canada Highway near Highway 40

Bear cub killed on Trans-Canada Highway near Highway 40

A bear cub was killed on the Trans-Canada Highway Monday afternoon just east of Highway 40.
Impaired driver hits Cochrane RCMP officer while fleeing checkstop

Impaired driver hits Cochrane RCMP officer while fleeing checkstop

A drunk driver fleeing a checkstop struck a Cochrane RCMP officer with his vehicle earlier this weekend,
Youngest Bilodeau recounts night of Métis hunters' deaths

Youngest Bilodeau recounts night of Métis hunters' deaths

A 16-year-old who witnessed his brother shoot and kill two Métis hunters said he was getting nervous as him and his father pursued the two men down a Glendon-area road in their pick-up truck.