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Thanks to George Croome for his letter in the Jan. 18 Advocate. It is nice to hear someone else thinks another extension of the review on the chicken policy is a waste of our tax dollars.
The name of just one person is contained in a so-called sunshine list of people employed by Alberta’s Wildrose party who make more than $100,000 a year.
Toronto’s Born Ruffians earned a breakthrough group of the year nomination at this year’s Juno Awards, after more than a decade of making a name for themselves internationally for their energetic, jangly guitar pop.
Opposition parties say it’s time for Premier Alison Redford to stop globe-trotting in high style and walk the talk on all Albertans living within their means.
A Manitoba farmer has been sentenced to 45 days in jail and a $10,000 fine for animal abuse after 67 were found dead from starvation and another 52 were near death on the family’s southern Manitoba homestead in May 2011.
The RDC Queens wanted to send a message when they took to the court against the SAIT Trojans Saturday evening.
Amid California’s driest year on record, the nation’s leading agricultural region is locked in drought and bracing for unemployment to soar, sending farm workers to food lines in a place famous for its abundance.
He felt the love in Israel, but when Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in Mexico later this month, he’ll be met by an undercurrent of resentment from a continental neighbour that feels spurned by Canada.
A small business advocacy group is reporting declining levels of confidence among Alberta entrepreneurs.
A man who killed four people, including an RCMP officer, in a “spasm of deliberate violence” in the Vancouver area more than three decades ago will be allowed to leave prison for up to 72 hours each month, the National Parole Board has ruled.
A deadly pig virus that has infected at least two Ontario farms could cost the Canadian pork industry tens of millions of dollars if it spreads across provincial borders, a group representing Ontario’s hog farmers warned Monday.
Kam Chancellor is imposing. He’s a strong safety that looks like he should be playing linebacker and the hardest hitter in the best secondary in the NFL.
Debating the best way to do something we shouldn’t be doing in the first place is a sure way to end up in the wrong place. That’s what’s happening with the “rail versus pipeline” discussion.
Alfonso Cuaron was awarded the top film honour from the Directors Guild of America for Gravity on Saturday night, giving the lost-in-space saga an edge on the journey to the Academy Awards.
Red Deer City RCMP are searching for a bandit who brandished a handgun while holding up the Gaetz Avenue Liquor World on Thursday night.
Albertans worried about the theft of a laptop containing the health information of 620,000 patients are phoning with questions about whether their privacy has been compromised.
How much difference has the North American Free Trade Agreement made to jobs and prosperity 20 years after its implementation in 1994? Proponents are busy trying to show that it — along with the earlier Canada-U.S. free trade agreement — was transformative, delivering huge benefits and a major restructuring of the Canadian economy ready for the competitive global marketplace of the 21st century.
In nearly the same breath, the world’s most powerful diplomats have talked about the importance of this week’s peace conference on Syria and downplayed expectations for a breakthrough.
A Red Deer judge reluctantly gave a man who pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old girl only a two-year prison sentence on Tuesday. Court of Queen’s Bench Justice Kirk Sisson said he would have imposed a tougher four-year sentence for the sexual touching of a minor, only he was bound by court precedence and a joint submission presented by the Crown and defence to impose the suggested two years.
I am a visitor from out-of-town. On Friday, Jan. 3, I came to Red Deer for a medical appointment. I was shocked and appalled at the state of your road conditions within the city.