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A routine traffic stop in Nevada more than a year ago has led to charges against three Calgary men allegedly at the centre of a multimillion-dollar smuggling and trafficking operation.
A beaver documentary that involved filming at the Ellis Bird Farm by two local videographers has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award.
The bodies of two Canadian accountants who were killed in a Taliban suicide attack in Afghanistan last week are on their way home.
One person was treated with minor injuries after a fire broke out in a Red Deer home on Monday morning.
Let it snow. Let it snow. Let it snow. While that chorus may not be on the lips of legions of exasperated snow shovellers, its sweet music to those who like their winters white.
When Justin Trudeau dove into the legalized marijuana debate last summer, it initially looked like an unnecessarily polarizing position that too easily allowed his opponents to depict him as a lightweight unable to grapple with more pressing issues.
Nine women in Sweden have successfully received transplanted wombs donated from relatives and will soon try to become pregnant, the doctor in charge of the pioneering project has revealed.
An argument over texting in a Florida movie theatre ended with a retired police captain fatally shooting a man sitting in front of him, authorities said.
Joe, an alcoholic with a history of 16 convictions for drunk driving, seemed unaffected by a series of jail sentences he served as a result. An aboriginal man in his 60s, Joe (not his real name) would be charged, convicted and quietly serve his time, and then resume his old habits as soon as he got out of jail.
Weather-related cancellations have prompted Canadian Blood Services to make a call for blood donations across Canada.
Lacombe builders face new deadlines for submitting building applications before new regulations kick in. The changes are happening because the growing city can no longer guarantee a 10-minute fire response 90 per cent of the time. That means certain building exemptions no longer apply.
Why do some editors seem to shy away from letters from socialists? Maybe this is because socialists are gloomy with regard to the prospects of the Canadian economy and indeed the world economy in general. However, socialists are not alone in their prognosis.
Some of the nation’s largest food companies have cut daily calorie counts by an average of 78 per person, a new study says, more than four times the amount the industry pledged to slash by next year.
The hand-scrawled placards came out halfway through this week’s Blue Rodeo concert at the Centrium in Red Deer.
The Alberta Union of Provincial Employees say a strike vote may be in the future for 115 nursing and support staff at an Innisfail seniors facility. According to a Tuesday press release, AUPE employees will plan a strike vote after their employer rejected an independent mediator’s recommended settlement. The employees who may have to vote on whether job action is necessary work at Sunset Manor/Country Lodge, which is owned by Chantelle Management.
A former university instructor who threatened to shoot a Red Deer Mountie in the head and massacre up to 200 more police officers has been sentenced to 60 days in jail, minus time served.
A First Nation is appealing a court injunction against a blockade of an energy company’s drilling site in northern Alberta.
Sylvan Lake’s social media-savvy mayor used his tweeting skills to help residents who were stuck in the snow on Friday.
A “toxic relationship” fraught with alcohol and drug abuse, assaults and ignorance of court orders has landed a man in jail for two years.