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Gabby Maravilla of Red Deer put one foot in front of the other and cautiously shuffled into the middle of the arena, arms stretched wide out for optimum balance.
New year, new snow, new residential plowing schedule.
Red Deer’s acting police superintendent is a 32-year veteran who supervised the surrounding detachments in Central Alberta for more than a year.
Shoppers were out in force across much of Canada today trying to snap up deals in the annual Boxing Day sales.
South Sudan’s central government lost control of the capital of a key oil-producing state Sunday, the military said, as renegade forces loyal to a former deputy president seized more territory in fighting that has raised fears of full-blown civil war in the world’s newest country.
The cold weather isn’t making Sylvan Lake any safer for ice skaters. Despite a fairly sustained cold snap, higher than average snowfall has prevented Sylvan Lake from completely freezing over.
Citizens on Patrol groups in Innisfail and Red Deer are on the lookout for more volunteers.
The RDC sports teams will be busy over the Christmas break. Both volleyball teams will travel to the United States while the basketball squads will compete in Alberta tournaments.
The CEO of TransCanada Corp. sees opportunities to build new oil pipelines in Mexico, which is poised to end its government’s monopoly on energy development and open its oilfields up to foreign players.
Crude oil moved along Canadian railway lines in unprecedented volumes in 2013 as delays in building new pipelines caused oil companies, clamouring to reach the most lucrative markets, to seek out alternative paths.
Recent snowstorms are being blamed for a pair of barn collapses in Central Alberta that required rescue operations for trapped livestock on Sunday afternoon.
I would like to thank the person/persons responsible for stealing our outdoor 4.5-foot Christmas tree off our front step while our family was out Christmas shopping. It’s not so much that the tree is gone, it’s the way it was taken.
This is the story of a young man, William Boulton, who in January 2007 fell victim to a debilitating disease.
Central Alberta does not have to worry about lack of snow this holiday season. The white stuff is everywhere. Adding colour to the outside over the holidays and throughout the winter makes the world outside appear a more hospitable place.
As Canadians spend the week marking their country’s close ties with Nelson Mandela, the celebrations have obscured a troubling reality — a steady decline in relations with South Africa.
The Central African Republic (CAR) is one of the poorest and most inaccessible countries in the world. It’s the size of France, but it only has four and a half million people. It is a serious contender for the title of Worst Governed Country in Africa, and it is now teetering on the brink of a genocide.
Dance Magic instructor Jody Liptak breaks out in laughter as celebrity dancer Sam Wong supports her during a rehearsal at Dance Magic on Tuesday.
Fun and breezy sounds of the season will be delivered by the Wildrose Harmonizers at the group’s Noel Noel charitable concert on Sunday.
The “emergency” scam is re-emerging and Red Deer RCMP are warning people to be alert about late-night phone calls.
Scientists huddled in a sea ice camp on the Arctic Ocean have produced new evidence that climate change could be threatening the food web in the far North.