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Innovation must become Alberta’s new advantage, says Alberta Senator Doug Black.
The City of Red Deer is in good financial shape but city council and administration face challenges ahead, due largely to trying economic times.
Anyone visiting Keith Hansen’s house when Canadian Olympic volleyball is on be warned — it gets loud.
Rock ‘n’ roll marionettes, rope walkers and fire-eating circus acrobats will showcase their unique skills today at Red Deer’s City Hall Park in preparation for this weekend’s Centrefest.
A two-storey expansion to Villa Marie will go ahead despite opposition from adjacent neighbours who fear they will be left in the shade.
Sylvan Lake council wants more time to review a committee’s recommendations for major boosts to mayor and councillor pay cheques.
Alberta is organizing a centralized donation program for residents of fire-ravaged Fort McMurray and says it will avoid mistakes from the Slave Lake fire when new clothes ended up in the garbage dump.
Red Deer’s first modern roundabout will partially open for traffic in all directions on Friday morning.
Bob Scammell, the Red Deer Advocate’s outdoors columnist, has won two 2016 awards from the Outdoor Writers of Canada for work published last year.
A Saskatoon woman has admitted to impaired driving in a highway crash that killed a couple and their two young children.
Ransomware attacks, such as one that recently saw the University of Calgary pay cyber criminals $20,000 to unlock its computer systems, are on the rise around the globe.
The former governor of the Bank of Canada says Alberta is on the right track by tying its energy policy to its environmental plan.
Red Deerians are Rebels for a week.
The Alberta government says people from the fire-ravaged city of Fort McMurray could return home starting on June 1 if conditions are deemed to be safe.
The number of homes sold in Canada last month hit a record as supply tightened, particularly in the Toronto area, where a fiercely competitive market is dissuading some homeowners from putting their properties up for sale, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Monday.
The first oilsands mine shut down by wildfires in the Fort McMurray region a week ago has been restarted.
Kelly McIntyre has tilled the soils of northwestern Alberta for more than 30 years, but only this spring did he conclude that he needed crop insurance.
The combat death Tuesday of a U.S Navy SEAL who was advising Kurdish forces in Iraq coincides with a gradually deepening American role in fighting a resilient Islamic State, even as the Iraqis struggle to muster the military and political strength to defeat the militants.
The latest report from the federal auditor general urges Veterans Affairs to get a grip on its medical marijuana program for injured ex-soldiers, which is expected to cost taxpayers a startling $25 million this year.
Red Deer is ready to welcome hockey fans from across Canada when the MasterCard Memorial Cup tournament returns to Alberta after a 42-year hiatus.