Jun 25, 2014
Dogs seized from rescue group returned to foster home
Christine Campbell with Oops-A-Dazy animal rescue and sanctuary, shown with her own two cats, says she is pleased the 42 dogs seized from the organization's foster home have been returned by the Alberta SPCA, but "heartbroken" that 20 seized cats had been euthanized.
SPCA takes animals from overwhelmed rescue home
Volunteers with an animal rescue east of Calgary are improving their drop-off policies after they became overwhelmed with a large number of animals, which were seized by the Alberta SPCA.
The Globe and Mail
From bushel to bread: How Canada's wheat feeds the world
The Globe and Mail plans to spend the next few months following a bushel of hard red spring wheat grown in Alberta until it is turned into bread by a foreign buyer Jay Schultz scoops up a handful of earth and lets it slide off his palm.
Calgary frustrated by slow progress on regional land-use plan
The Calgary regional coalition remains marred by squabbling and holdouts, five years after Calgary and its neighbours were supposed to ratify a plan to swap concentrated growth in rural areas for access to city water and sewer services.
Great Falls Tribune
ATV safety and a little fun at the MAGIE
There was nothing unusual about the trip Donald Fowler set out on in October. The 64-year-old man from Harlowton rode off alone into the Little Belt Mountains on his all-terrain vehicle -- maybe to scout around for the upcoming hunting season; maybe just to enjoy a little solitude on a beautiful fall day.