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Bighorn calls off state of local emergency

Bighorn calls off state of local emergency

"With the positive change in the weather and fire conditions, along with discussions with AB agriculture and forestry, the MD terminated the Declaration of the State of Local Emergency."
Alberta diploma exams optional due to COVID-19

Alberta diploma exams optional due to COVID-19

Students will be given a choice to either write exam or finish with final grades
Local Muslims celebrate Islamic heritage during October

Local Muslims celebrate Islamic heritage during October

October is Islamic Heritage Month, and Airdrie Muslim’s hope to spend the month reaching out to their neighbours and teaching them about their religion. “Islamic Heritage Month gives all Canadians the opportunity to understand what Islam is all about,”
‘She mattered’: Family of homicide victim speaks after preliminary hearing for one of 10 charged

‘She mattered’: Family of homicide victim speaks after preliminary hearing for one of 10 charged

The two Laverdiere sisters said they were disgusted that Nicole Cook, before she was arrested for murder, feigned concern for Tiki on Facebook
St. Paul surgeon inducted into the American College of Surgeons

St. Paul surgeon inducted into the American College of Surgeons

Virtual ceremony recognizes outstanding achievement in the surgical field
Pandemic exposes need for basic-income program, expert says

Pandemic exposes need for basic-income program, expert says

The University of Manitoba professor lays out her pandemic-related analysis
Happy with the Alberta government?

Happy with the Alberta government?

Issues affecting the Premier's popularity are many, says political columnist Mark Lisac.
John Morris, top curlers ready to compete at ATB Banff Classic

John Morris, top curlers ready to compete at ATB Banff Classic

Canadian curling stars will soon compete in Banff
Rich get richer, poor poorer: Report says pandemic intensified economic disparities

Rich get richer, poor poorer: Report says pandemic intensified economic disparities

TORONTO — A pair of new reports say Canada is undergoing a "K-shaped recovery," with working-class Canadians going deeper into debt while those at the top prosper.
Facebook bans Holocaust denial, distortion posts

Facebook bans Holocaust denial, distortion posts

Facebook is banning posts that deny or distort the Holocaust and will start directing people to authoritative sources if they search for information about the Nazi genocide.
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