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That's exactly what outfitter Pat Garrett hoped to find out when he used ropes to suspend a piece of meat mid-air between two trees on his property in Breton, Alta.
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Alberta is leaving other provinces in the dust when it comes to job creation, according to new Statistics Canada numbers.
A University of Alberta cancer surgeon has become a bit of an international star for his Surgery 101 podcasts and videos.
A Fort McMurray man who was stopped on Wednesday after his car was seen speeding and swerving on Highway 63 had a "Club" anti-theft device locked on his steering wheel, RCMP said.
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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 Alberta government has laid 11 charges against CNRL in connection with a release of hydrogen sulphide from the company's Horizon Upgrader project near Fort McMurray on Aug. 2, 2012.
Edmonton police are warning drivers to slow down after a 20-year-old man was caught driving erratically at 173 km/h on Yellowhead Trail.
Ann Heinrichs is part of a group that is taking part in a long-distance reconciliation walk from Stony Knoll, Saskatchewan, to Edmonton, Alberta.
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.
It was supposed to be a moment just about the kids, but a graduation ceremony for the East African Junior Police Academy last weekend took on new significance when the St. Paul police chief introduced Kadra Mohamed, 21, the first woman of Somali descent to serve in the department.
Dale Christensen in an undated photo. Christensen was identified on Thursday as the man who was found dead on the Samson Cree First Nation on Tuesday morning.
Albert President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance Doug Horner delivers the 2014 budget in Edmonton, Alberta on Thursday March 6, 2014.
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith says it's time Premier Alison Redford's expense claims are vetted by someone outside her government Currently, an expenditure officer in Redford's office approves the premier's claims, but Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith said Thursday a more rigorous policy is needed.
The evening celebration gets underway at 7 p.m., offering well-wishers a chance to browse vintage and photo galleries highlighting the early years of Cloverdale Canadian Reformed Church.
The pilot project, launched at Queen Elizabeth and Archbishop O'Leary High Schools on Thursday, lets students report offences like locker theft, drug trafficking, vandalism and sexual assault by anonymously texting Crime Stoppers.