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The bride-to-be is the daughter of Liz Sliwa of Edmonton, Alberta. She works as a registered psychologist.
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Alberta's Progressive Conservative caucus says it will finally scrap parts of the provincial Marriage Act that define marriage as a union between a man and a woman, to get in line with federal legislation and public sentiment that wants the rights of gays, lesbian and bisexual Albertans recognized.
A blood moon from a total lunar eclipse was set to break through cloudy skies, and near the University of Calgary a good-spirited party was in full swing at Segura's rental home in the city's Brentwood neighbourhood.
Health officials in Edmonton are warning passengers who arrived in the city on a flight from Vancouver earlier this month that they may have been exposed to measles.
Mayor Maryann Chichak dropped by the Whitecourt Public Library on Tuesday, April 15 to give the library board a $20,000 Community Facility Enhancement grant.
McDonald's Corp. Canada is facing investigation after a foreign worker from Belize went public with his story of "modern day slavery."
The St. Albert Rugby Football Club is hosting a junior camp May 4 for elementary, junior high and high school males and females.
Town of Whitecourt mayor Maryann Chichak and Alberta Health Services public health nurse Jean Day show off the official Whitecourt Proclamation of Immunization Week on April 26 to May 3. Barry Kerton That is the message Alberta Health Services wants to get out during Immunization Week, which will be held on the last week of April.
Chris and Caroline Adshade enjoy a wintery springtime walk on 20th Avenue NW as yet more snow arrives in Calgary Friday.
Last year, the Progressive Conservatives put out a request for proposals outlining a $3 billion dollar deal that will privatize laboratory services in Edmonton and northern Alberta, the largest health privatization deal in the province's history.
The provincial government in Alberta, Canada, said it set aside more than $1 billion for carbon storage and storage facilities for oil sands projects.
By Myles Fish - Red Deer Advocate Published: April 17, 2014 1:32 PM Updated: April 17, 2014 2:10 PM Alberta Health Services had announced single "probable" cases on April 4 and 11 occurring in the Central Zone, with the latter individual thought to have contracted the virus after visiting an "exposure site" that the first individual visited in late ... (more)
Monique Verhoef lights candles as friends and fellow students of Jordan Segura and Kaiti Perras gather at a vigil at Mount Royal University in NW Calgary, Alta.
The father of a man charged with killing five young people in Calgary says his family would give anything to bring them back.
Candles are lit for each of the five victims during a Mount Royal University memorial service remembering victims of Tuesday's fatal stabbings in Calgary, Alberta on Thursday.
ERT/Danzy Distributors marked the grand opening of its new warehouse in Calgary, Alberta, on April 10 with over 200 customers attending the event and 10 major suppliers showcasing products along with demo vehicles.