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2 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
An embryologist at work in the Regional Fertility Program lab in Calgary. The clinic, which has operated since the 1980s, won't allow a woman to use a sperm donor "that would result in a future child appearing racially different than the recipient or the recipient's partner."
6 hrs ago | Corvettes
For a Corvette enthusiast in Calgary, Canada, what started as a sad story wound up having a very happy ending.
10 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun
On the subject of a single national securities regulator, Finance Doug Horner has said the province is "not going to be bullied into signing something that's not right for Alberta."
14 hrs ago | GlobalNews
Anyone planning on spending Friday outdoors may want to reconsider. High winds and heavy rain are forecast in and around Edmonton, and across central Alberta.
16 hrs ago | GlobalNews
A four-year-old boy was banned from a Monroe, Connecticut doughnut shop for asking a woman if she was pregnant.
A serious collision between a minivan and a Corvette sent four people to hospital and forced the closure of part of Highway 2 on Thursday morning The minivan was hit as it was attempting to cross the highway's southbound lanes at the 370 Avenue intersection sometime before 10:30 a.m. Okotoks RCMP Sgt.
Calgary Search and Rescue Police blocked off the entrance to the former Cam Clark Ford building off of East Lake Ramp on July 19, as part of the search for the bodies of Alvin Liknes, Kathy Liknes, and Nathan O'Brien of Calgary.
Amputee Chris Cederstrand wants to raise enough money for a high-tech leg that will allow him to pursue his dream of being a re ghter.
A Canadian CF-18 fighter takes off from CFB Trenton in Trenton. Ont. Thursday October 11, 2001.
Just three weeks from now, hundreds of old cars from a cache based in the town of Spruce Grove, Alberta, will be going up for auction.
A spray containing a potent form of garlic is being tested as a mosquito repellent in Leduc, south of Edmonton.
Twenty-one activists in Utah were arrested Monday after they chained themselves to fences and equipment at a site planned to become the first to mine tar sands in the United States.
PC leadership candidate Ric McIver has committed to investing $20 million of taxpayers' dollars into high-speed Internet infrastructure for rural Alberta communities if he becomes premier this fall.
Border officers seized this loaded .40 calibre pistol at the port of Carway on July 20. An Ohio man is facing charges.
Brent Nicols believes that the design for one of Alberta's potential new licence plates illustrates not Alberta, but Sweetgrass Hills in Montana.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 07:46 pm
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