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Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

Injured moose put down after getting struck on highway near Lake Louise

A mother moose injured in a collision on the highway east of Lake Louise was euthanized. It was determined her yearling was able to survive on its own.
Websites and GoFundMe set up on both sides of issues days before Westlock's flag and crosswalk plebiscite

Websites and GoFundMe set up on both sides of issues days before Westlock's flag and crosswalk plebiscite

Westlock residents will vote on crosswalk and flagpole bylaw
Field residents without cellphone and landline service for three days after train derailment

Field residents without cellphone and landline service for three days after train derailment

The incident severed data, text, mobile, landline, and internet service to areas east of the derailment site including the community of Field, B.C. TELUS service technicians restored service on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Bonnyville bait car stolen for a second time in six weeks

Bonnyville bait car stolen for a second time in six weeks

On Feb. 16 at 2 p.m., Bonnyville RCMP were alerted that an RCMP bait truck had just been stolen in Bonnyville. 
Ontario man facing murder charge in Los Angeles chronicled RV journey across U.S.

Ontario man facing murder charge in Los Angeles chronicled RV journey across U.S.

'Be healthy, happy and humble': The Sault’s Jeff Primeau had a very active Facebook account that suddenly went quiet last November, around same time as alleged murder
As the RCMP initiates race-based data collection, lingering trauma haunts immigrants with painful police memories

As the RCMP initiates race-based data collection, lingering trauma haunts immigrants with painful police memories

Temitope Oriola, professor of criminology and sociology at the University of Alberta, says that while the collection of race-based data by the RCMP is a long overdue step, it is merely a baby step in a long journey towards harmonious relations between the police and communities they serve.
Banff gets $4.6 million in federal funding for housing

Banff gets $4.6 million in federal funding for housing

“Over the next three years the $4.6 million that Banff will receive will incentive 120 units."
Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

"These turbines have no business being around people, and there are a lot of people here tonight who are scared."
Summiting Mount Kilimajaro a bucket list win for 73-year-old Southern Alberta man

Summiting Mount Kilimajaro a bucket list win for 73-year-old Southern Alberta man

Alberta father, 73, and his two sons make it 19,341 feet to Uhuru peak last fall said they heard helicopters taking people off the mountain daily who couldn't make it.
Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

From humble beginnings in 2008, the St. Albert Club now boasts 250 members in 11 leagues.
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