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13 min ago | Edmonton Journal
Did you hear the one about the MLA bar brawl? Turns out it's not as dramatic as you might think, but tensions are clearly running high in Alberta's legislative chamber and have spilled out onto the social scene.
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1 hr ago | The Globe and Mail
Yellow flowers stand out in a field of canola as dark clouds blot out the sky behind grain silos near Langdon, Alta.
5 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
The Barbarians donned them as they waged war. Shakespeare sported a pair while writing his plays.
9 hrs ago | C-Health
It's not over until the fat lady sings, as the saying goes. In the case of independent country recording artist Barbara-Mae Thorne , her fledgling singing aspirations appeared to be over because she was a fat lady.
13 hrs ago | Airdrie City View
Rocky View Schools has received approval from the Government of Alberta to relocate nine portables to help ease overcrowding issues in schools throughout the division.
17 hrs ago | Airdrie City View
The Airdrie Fire Department responded to a residential fire at a home located at 353 Spring Haven Court on March 5 at around 8:15 p.m. On arrival, crews found the two occupants of the home had safely made their way outside and onto the street and were evaluated by paramedics at the scene, with no injuries reported.
22 hrs ago | Canada.com
Emergency crews descended on a Terwillegar neighbourhood Thursday evening, after a pack of nine coyotes went after a woman and her three dogs walking on a trail in the river valley.
Even from a young age, Sarah Korobkov had an interest in international events. Her parents were politically active and her mother had a history degree.
Environmental groups are giving Alberta's energy regulator a rare pat on the back over its decision to delay approvals for certain types of oilsands projects over concerns about the intensity of development.
The Alberta cabinet has approved the Dover oilsands project, a joint-venture between Athabasca Oil Corp. and a Canadian unit of PetroChina.
Three Alberta residents face charges in Prince Albert after a search warrant uncovered drugs in a hotel near the city on Monday.
Residents of a southern Alberta city were asked Wednesday to restrict water use to cooking and basic personal hygiene because a fast snow melt made the community's river murky.
The councillors decided on Wednesday the C-Train will not run along either Fourth Street northwest or up the Nose Creek valley.
The evening celebration offered well-wishers a chance to browse vintage and photo galleries highlighting the early years of Cloverdale Canadian Reformed Church.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford says she will pay back the $45,000 it cost for her and an assistant to fly to South Africa for Nelson Mandela's funeral.
With two confirmed cases of measles in B.C.'s Fraser Valley and about 100 other suspected cases, provincial health officials are gearing up for another outbreak of the easily transmitted, highly contagious virus.
After a shocking fall from the top 10 last year, Brandon has bounced about half-way back to land at No.