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Conservative Edmonton MP Laurie Hawn won't run in next election
Don't mess with Kat Spencer's axes. One time, she broke up with her boyfriend because he had placed his can of beer on one of her blades.
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Two Lev Tahor children stopped at Calgary airport: media reports
Media reports say two more children belonging to a fringe Jewish sect will be placed in the care of children's aid after being stopped at Calgary International Airport.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Teen charged following fatal stabbing at Braeside house party
A 17 year-old Calgary teen is dead and another is in hospital after a fatal stabbing outside a house party in Braeside.
Alberta satellite to lift off next year if fundraising drive successful
Canadians who are already sleep deprived will lose an hour of shuteye this weekend as most parts of the country switch from standard time to daylight saving time.
Kerry: Fight Putin
While Vladimir Putin's military incursion into Ukraine is the crisis of the week for U.S. Secretary of State John F. Kerry, it's not the only major concern on Kerry's mind.
A new phosphate project
A large truck hauls phosphate ore from an Agrium open pit mine on the Caribou/Targhee National Forest.
IBM Smarter Cities spreads in Northern Nevada
It started as a pitch for one smarter city. One year after winning an IBM challenge, however, the proponents behind Reno's successful Smarter Cities proposal are thinking big.
Canadian Business Magazine
Russian actions in Ukraine could cause Arctic problems: Iceland PM
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson said Russia's strongarm tactics in its former satellite could make it harder for the eight nations on the Arctic Council to reach agreements at a time when the region faces a series of critical issues.
John Barlow wins hotly contested federal Conservative nomination for Macleod byelection
A newspaper editor from Okotoks, Alta. came out on top in a hotly contested battle for the Conservative nomination in Macleod, a sprawling rural riding south of Calgary.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Photos: Ground broken for new Catholic church in Edmonton
Hundreds of people took part in groundbreaking ceremonies for the Catholic Parish of Corpus Christi on Saturday, March 8. The church, to be built at 34th Street near 28A Avenue, will seat 1,500 people and is expected to cost $16 million.
Edmonton fundraising rally for Ukraine will feature choir, exhibits, videos
Edmonton's Ukrainian community will gather next week to remember the 100 demonstrators who were killed by snipers in Kyiv last month and to raise money for their funerals.
The Chronicle Herald
LETHBRIDGE: Make obesity a big deal
Then premier Darrell Dexter watches dancers from Bedford South School perform during a news conference announcing the Nova Scotia government's Thrive! program in June, 2012.
How the US Energy Boom Is Harming Foreign Policy
Opponents of the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline have focused largely on its disproportionate role in global warming.
The Globe and Mail
Vermilion boosting Alberta resource assets
Vermilion Energy Inc. has amassed sizable positions in key Alberta oil and gas resource plays and it is looking to add more through acquisition, the company's chief executive says.
Oil wells and the city: Rift widens between anti-oil activists, developers in resource-rich Alberta
The Lethbridge mother of two, along with a local activist group, is protesting a proposal that would see several wells built in her neighbourhood, one of the fastest-growing parts of the southern prairie city.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Flooding possible as snow melt finally starts
Environment Canada says southern Albertans will finally be freed from the deep freeze starting Saturday with a forecast high of 10 C and heating up to 16 C by Sunday.
Walkers honour survivors of Indian Residential schools
Ann Heinrichs is part of a group that is taking part in a long-distance reconciliation walk from Stony Knoll, Saskatchewan, to Edmonton, Alberta.
Alberta accounts for "lion's share" of annual national employment growth
The unemployment rates in both Calgary and in Alberta dipped in February as the province accounted for the "lion's share" of annual national employment growth, according to Statistics Canada.
North Shore News
Nevermore pays homage to the master of the macabre
Catalyst Theatre returns to Vancouver for an encore presentation of Nevermore: The Imaginary Life and Mysterious Death of Edgar Allan Poe at Kay Meek Centre March 11-14.