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The winter of 2014 was a relatively good one for Central Alberta honey bees.
Staff at the Red Deer and District SPCA are distraught and concerned after a dog in their care mysteriously vanished and may have even been stolen from the facility Thursday.
WATERLOO, Ont. — BlackBerry (TSX:BB) has appointed Marty Beard, the former chief executive of LiveOps, Inc. as its new chief operating officer.
The old Piper Creek School will remain in place for the start of another school year.
A recent rash of power outages throughout Red Deer can be attributed to feathered creatures finding out the hard way how dangerous power lines are.
AIRDRIE — Police say a man who was questioned in connection with the disappearance of a five-year-old Calgary boy and his grandparents has been released.
A 44-year-old Canadian Pacific Railway worker was released from hospital on Tuesday afternoon after he was involved in a train crash earlier that day.
A Red Deer mother whose premature baby stopped breathing twice within 10 days praised city fire-medics.
Forget Facebook and Twitter. The world’s oldest social media network is making a comeback.
TORONTO — Kathleen Wynne powered Ontario’s Liberals past a legacy of scandal Thursday, staving off aggressive assaults from the Progressive Conservatives and New Democrats to cruise to a fourth straight mandate and an unexpected majority.
Unemployment in the Red Deer region dropped in May, based on the latest figures from Statistics Canada.
When Olympic champion Clara Hughes rolls into Red Deer on Saturday organizers are hoping there will be a huge crowd at the Parkland Mall parking lot to welcome her.
EDMONTON — Two candidates vying to be Alberta’s next Tory party leader and premier say they will ground the policy that allows family members of party MLAs to fly on government planes.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau says the party’s drop in support in the last 10 years or so can be put down to too much navel-gazing.
WASHINGTON — A widely popular, bipartisan energy savings bill fell victim in the Senate on Monday to election-year politics and the Obama administration’s continued indecision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
The air cadets are entering their final summer of operation at Penhold, but the facility they have used for the last 48 years is not going anywhere.
Ross Street Patio is back.
Only a liver transplant from a living donor was going to save Alan Richards’ life.
By the time work on the new Medicine River Wildlife Centre hospital is complete, the only thing left of the original will be the two end walls.
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada has nudged upward its prediction of the number of wells that will be drilled in Canada this year.