15 hrs ago
The Brooks Bulletin
Dialysis patient urges everyone to have - The Talk'
Sandra M. Stanway Brooks Bulletin Ken Martin urges everyone to have the talk about organ donation.
19 hrs ago
Red Deer Advocate
New home starts jump in Red Deer
New home construction in Red Deer spiked last month, with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reporting 141 housing starts in the city - an increase from 16 in November 2012.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Globe and Mail
Lives Lived: Marye Elizabeth Howard, 90
Independent thinker, voracious reader, devoted mother, wife and nurse, delightful friend.
Prince George Citizen
Alberta woman who killed family when she was 12 must continue to follow curfew
A woman who was just 12 when she helped murder her family in southeast Alberta must continue to abide by a curfew.
Canada's youngest multiple killer denied curfew change for dance activities
A request from Canada's youngest multiple killer to have her curfew lifted so she can travel out of the city for dance activity has been denied.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Brooks Bulletin
Blizzard batters Brooks
ROB BROWN Brooks Bulletin Southern Alberta was slammed with a blizzard so hard Monday that flights out of the province were cancelled.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Calgary weather: Dangerous road conditions after blizzard
Calgarians continue to deal with dangerous commutes as the blizzard that set in yesterday continues to hammer the city and region.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Calgary mall and hotels pitch shopping weekends to Edmontonians
Over the past six months, the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald produced the province's first definitive count of child welfare fatalities, based on death records unsealed by the Alberta government after a four-year legal battle.
Blizzard warning in place for southern Alberta
Much of central and southern Alberta is under a blizzard warning this morning as an arctic air mass settling over the province is expected to bring strong winds and heavy snowfalls.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Government flood buyouts are pitting neighbour against neighbour, say affected homeowners
Monique Beaumont stands in the backyard of her 100-year-old home in Calgary. She is determined to stay in the property despite its floodway designation.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
TGIF? Not So Fast! Allstate Canada Data Reveals Friday has Highest Car Collision Rate
The fifth annual Allstate Insurance Company of Canada Safe Driving Study , released today, finds a third of all car collisions happen on Thursdays and Fridays.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Red Deer Advocate
Communication concern for businesses
Government regulations can be the bane of small businesses. But a greater concern for many is the difficulty accessing information about those regulations.
Bryan Adams announces 2014 winter acoustic tour of western Canada
According to a news release posted Nov. 25 at BryanAdams.com , the Grammy winning Canuck rocker will unplug for several dates in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, which will include a number of first-time ever stops.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Couple killed fleeing police had recently separated
Neighbours have identified the victims of a fatal crash near Medicine Hat on Friday as Branden Anderson and Crystal Trotchie.
Police chase near Medicine Hat ended in 2 deaths, ASIRT says
A police pursuit last week west of Medicine Hat ended with two people in the fleeing vehicle dying in a collision, officials confirmed on Monday.
Woman killed in crash was abducted: Cops
Police in Medicine Hat, Alta., believe a woman killed in a two-vehicle collision during a highway pursuit was possibly being abducted.
The Fraser Institute: Quebec, Atlantic Provinces Disproportionally Benefit from Hidden Equalization
A number of federal programs distribute subsidies unequally among provinces, says a study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
Journal of Commerce
Alberta health facility moves ahead
The Alberta government is moving forward with the construction of a new facility in Medicine Hat that will provide local treatment and care for people with mental health and addiction problems.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
ASIRT investigating Medicine Hat police pursuit crash
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team is investigating police chase Friday morning in Medicine involving two individuals and RCMP officers.
Alberta police called to domestic dispute, pursue car before serious crash
The vehicle was involved in what ASIRT says was a serious collision near Redcliff, northwest of Medicine Hat, but the group would not confirm if anyone was hurt or killed.