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Westerner Days receives international recognition
Westerner Days receives international recognition
Armed robbery in Alix leaves store employee injured

Armed robbery in Alix leaves store employee injured

The suspect backed his vehicle to gain access to the inside of the gas station

Armed robbery in Alix leaves store employee injured
Wealth Watch: Take your time and learn all you can about cryptocurrency

Wealth Watch: Take your time and learn all you can about cryptocurrency

Derek: can you explain what cryptocurrency is? If the investment advisors from…

  • Nov 3, 2017
Wealth Watch: Take your time and learn all you can about cryptocurrency
WATCH: Central Alberta students get healthy

WATCH: Central Alberta students get healthy

Ever Active Schools hosted Healthy Active Schools Symposia in Red Deer County on Wednesday

WATCH: Central Alberta students get healthy
WATCH: Five questions with the new chamber CEO

WATCH: Five questions with the new chamber CEO

We sat down with Red Deer and District Chamber of Commerce CEO Robin Bobocel

WATCH: Five questions with the new chamber CEO
Central Alberta meat processors get funding

Central Alberta meat processors get funding

Provincial and federal governments team up to provide $2 million in grants

Central Alberta meat processors get funding
City to plan for electricity challenges

City to plan for electricity challenges

Climate change and energy generation

City to plan for electricity challenges

Facebook fighting court order over law enforcement access

WASHINGTON — Facebook is fighting a court order that blocks the social…

Red Deer North MLA Kim Schreiner announces the launch of a two-year business incubator program as Downtown Business Association executive director Amanda Gould looks on.

Central Alberta business incubator program launches

Office in Red Deer will help new businesses

Red Deer North MLA Kim Schreiner announces the launch of a two-year business incubator program as Downtown Business Association executive director Amanda Gould looks on.
City of Red Deer urban forest technicians Jim Long and Becky Pasay inspect the Lord’s willow at 47th Avenue and 55th Street. At over 100 years old, the tree was not badly damaged in the recent windstorm. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)

Lord’s willow weathers windstorm

Offspring planted around Red Deer

City of Red Deer urban forest technicians Jim Long and Becky Pasay inspect the Lord’s willow at 47th Avenue and 55th Street. At over 100 years old, the tree was not badly damaged in the recent windstorm. (Photo by Jeff Stokoe/Advocate staff)
Red Deer North will see new community centre by late 2018

Red Deer North will see new community centre by late 2018

First of its kind will serve several neighbourhoods

Red Deer North will see new community centre by late 2018
State of local emergency lifted

State of local emergency lifted

Red Deer’s state of local emergency has been lifted in Red Deer…

  • Jun 26, 2017
State of local emergency lifted
Mayor Tara Veer and Elder Lynn Jonasson each signed a copy of the protocol agreement. (Photo by Mary-Ann Barr/Advocate staff)

National Aboriginal Day marked with special agreement in Red Deer

‘My heart is filled with joy’: Elder Lynn Jonasson

Mayor Tara Veer and Elder Lynn Jonasson each signed a copy of the protocol agreement. (Photo by Mary-Ann Barr/Advocate staff)
Bombardier in trade fight with Boeing

Bombardier in trade fight with Boeing

The federal government says it’s reviewing Boeing’s efforts to win Canadian military…

Bombardier in trade fight with Boeing

Canadian infrastructure deals scarce: CPPIB CEO

TORONTO — Officials from the country’s largest pension fund said Thursday they’d…

Canada to start debating price of legal pot

OTTAWA — Governments from across the country will meet next month to…

Dismantle National Energy Board, panel says

OTTAWA — A panel advising the government on how to overhaul the…

Automated buses to be tested in Montreal

MONTREAL — Visitors to Montreal’s Olympic Park will be able to hop…

CRTC makes it harder to shut down local TV

OTTAWA — Canada’s big TV ownership groups will have to jump over…