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"I've seen Calgary looking to mitigate its sprawl. As part of the Calgary Regional Partnership, we're committed to doing the same," says Chestermere Mayor Patricia Matthews.
Cows are shown on a farmer's field in High River, Alta., on May 22, 2003, two days after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and the Alberta government announced a cow from a herd in northwestern Alberta was infected with BSE, the first case of mad cow disease reported in Canada in a decade.
Lac La Biche RCMP said the incident occurred north of Plamondon in the early morning hours.
As he grapples with a growing scandal over Senate expenses, Prime Minister Stephen Harper faces another potential flashpoint as the House of Commons resumes sitting: The political debate over abortion is far from over.
Inc., announced that it has received final regulatory approval from the Alberta Utilities Commission to proceed with construction on its 120 MW Peace Butte Wind Power Project.
Sure, there's a division between church and state, and prayers are no longer said in schools - but Paul Brandt wants to know who took the gospel out of country? Sure, there's a division between church and state, and prayers are no longer said in schools - but Paul Brandt wants to know who took the gospel out of country? There was a time when ... (more)
The heads of Alberta's ruling Tory party and opposition parties weighed in on British Columbia's election results, offering kudos to the re-elected Liberals and opening the door for renewed talks on proposed pipeline projects.
A 25-year-old Red Deer woman was killed on Saturday when she was thrown from a vehicle that rolled on the QEII Highway near Ponoka.
Fred Sutherland of Rocky Mountain House was a nose gunner on a bomber that made the Second World War's famous Dam Buster raid in Germany.
Remains found near Breton last week have been positively identified as a Rocky Mountain House man who has been missing for five years.
The six-year-old Black Angus was one of a small herd Peaster had bought the year before for his grain farm and feedlot near Wanham, in Alberta's Peace Country.
Hi, Doctor Nick! - Tips for Working with Vocalists and the Audience Adds to Some of the Doctor's Past Advice We're not ashamed to say it.
As Jason Bradley saddles his horse to ride out to check on a herd of Scottish Highland cattle, he relays a bit of homespun lore.