Monday May 13
CBE rejects teacher deal as Monday afternoon deadline looms
"We made every effort to ensure all boards had the ability to reach a negotiated agreement," Education Minister Jeff Johnson said in a statement.
Monday May 13
A one-in-a-billion dinosaur find
Extracting a rare dinosaur from a cliff in a working mine is no easy task, but Dr Donald Henderson explains why the effort has been worth it Time for another guest post on the Lost Worlds, this time from curator of dinosaurs at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, Donald Henderson.
Red Deer Advocate
Nurture your soul at East Coulee Spring Festival
With the slogan of HooDoo You Love? the East Coulee Spring Festival will offer a "soul-nurturing" lineup of music to rock the Canadian Badlands this weekend.
The Waterloo Region Record
Travel: Where the deer and the dinosaurs roam
Francois Therrian, a paleontologist at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, shows the group how a dinosaur skull is excavated from rock.
Alberta's spring runoff not likely to cause flooding woes, but rain always a danger
The risk of flooding in Alberta this spring due to run-off is minimal, but there is still a risk from heavy rains, say Alberta government officials.
Dinosaur experts gather near Calgary
Dinosaur and fossil enthusiasts from around the world will gather in Drumheller this weekend for to share their knowledge and expertise at the sixth annual Fossil Preparation and Collections Symposium.