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Red Deer Public School District voters will have the biggest field of candidates to choose from in nearly 20 years when they head to the polls next month.
SYLVAN LAKE— An Alberta pensioner says she feels like a prisoner after her rental property was claimed as an “embassy” by a man she says identified himself as a Freemen-on-the-Land, a growing movement of so-called sovereign citizens that is raising concerns with authorities both north and south of the border.
Attendance may not have been as high as organizers had hoped for, but the 2013 Red Deer Oil & Gas Expo has set the stage for similar events in the future.
NEW DELHI — An Indian court convicted four men Tuesday in the deadly gang rape of a young woman on a moving New Delhi bus, a brutal crime that galvanized public anger over the widespread — yet widely tolerated — sexual violence faced by Indian women.
Gord Bamford won’t get much chance to rest on his laurels after winning five Canadian Country Music Association Awards on the weekend.
The first 16 trees in an edible forest are now taking root on a utility corridor adjacent to the Red Deer subdivision of Normandeau.
EDMONTON — Health groups say the Alberta government should move more quickly to close coal-fired generating plants in response to a study suggesting they are causing respiratory problems.
Got a leaky tap?
BEIRUT — As the Obama administration tries to prod Congress into backing armed action against Syria, the regime in Damascus is hiding military hardware and shifting troops out of bases into civilian areas.
EDMONTON — When 11-year-old Wren Kauffman goes back to school this week, he won’t be hiding the fact that he’s actually a girl.
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is laying the groundwork for potential military action in Syria in the coming days, with intelligence agencies readying additional evidence about last week’s alleged chemical weapons attack and high-ranking U.S. officials declaring there was “no doubt” that Bashar Assad’s government was to blame.
EDMONTON — An inquiry has found that queue-jumping has occurred in Alberta’s health-care system and an environment exists in which it could happen again.
CALGARY — Alberta Premier Alison Redford says provincial estimates show “well over” $5 billion will be needed to rebuild infrastructure after severe flooding in June.
CAMPBELLTON, N.B. — The man tasked to help seize reptiles from an exotic pet store in Campbellton, N.B., said wildlife crews will begin removing the animals Friday, days after two boys were killed by an African rock python in an apartment upstairs.
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird is brushing off criticism of Ottawa’s defence of sexual minorities’ rights in other countries, saying the vast majority of Canadians support the government’s stance despite claims from a conservative women’s group to the contrary.
HIGH RIVER — The flood-ravaged southern Alberta town of High River has gotten another boost from Canadian performer Tom Jackson.
The Olds College is busy branding these days — but livestock aren’t involved.
Sailboaters had to be rescued from their foundering craft on Sunday afternoon when a storm whipped up waves over a metre high on Gull Lake.
As her flight instructor tells it, when Kaitlin Cullen, 12, was getting ready to fly a Second World War era training plane, the young girl was about already about a foot off the ground.
Red Deer’s unique identity is beginning to be officially defined.