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Alberta Health Services is warning people who ate at a Lethbridge restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A. A food-handler who worked at Pasta Fresco and Black Tomato Lounge on Oct. 21, Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Oct. 31 and Nov. 6 was diagnosed with hepatitis A. "While we believe the risk to the public is low, hepatitis A can be a serious ... (more)
Should states get to ban abortion?
Would same-sex marriage undermine traditional marriage?
The Toronto stock market was lower Wednesday as investors remained focused on whether the Federal Reserve could move as soon as next week on clawing back its stimulus.
Firefighters continue to battle a blaze that has been burning for more than three weeks at a landfill near Medicine Hat in southern Alberta.
Crews are working to clean up the hundreds of million of litres of contaminated water spilled from the Obed Mountain Mine's containment area near Hinton, Alta.
People gather during a demonstration against the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday November 16, 2013.
County of St. Paul Reeve Steve Upham, County of St. Paul Councillor Maxine Fodness, County of St. Paul CAO Shiela Kitz, Bonnyville-Cold Lake MLA Genia Leskiw, Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Verlyn Olson, MD of Bonnyville Reeve Ed Rondeau and M.D. of Bonnyville CAO Ryan Poole were all on hand at the St. Paul provincial building last ... (more)
In the early stages of the flooding in High River, officials decided to build two berms to help control the water but it ended up sitting in the area for weeks.
The power of social media may have forced peace talks between a veteran from the war in Afghanistan and a U.S. bicycle giant in a battle over trademarks.
Officials in the Alberta town of Chestermere are being pilloried as fun-hating, anti-Canadians for putting the kibosh on a neighbourhood's heartwarming efforts to set up an official hockey rink on a storm water pond.
A Stettler family was left homeless after a Saturday night blaze. A couple and their two young children managed to flee the home and were not injured.
The Bow and Elbow rivers flooded in June, leaving large sections of Calgary under water, devastating many homes and businesses.
"I like to do things that terrify me," the pianist-singer admitted recently, recalling the moment she sang a 'tweener set at the Canmore Folk Festival for about 5,000 people.
For the third consecutive year, students at Rosemont School in the city`s northwest have joined forces with Stephen's Backpacks - an Airdrie-based charity that has been helping underprivileged children since 2006.