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RCMP seek missing Fort McMurray woman

RCMP seek missing Fort McMurray woman

Police say Briana Janvier missing since December 4
Cochrane couple out $3,000 after technology glitch

Cochrane couple out $3,000 after technology glitch

A Cochrane couple got a rude awakening when they discovered to their dismay that an online billing device they used to sell their artwork at a Bragg Creek market in November wasn’t actually collecting payments.
Airdrie RCMP arrest Red Deer residents who stole vehicles from Airdrie business

Airdrie RCMP arrest Red Deer residents who stole vehicles from Airdrie business

Airdrie RCMP were called to a business in East Lake that day around 1:30 a.m. According to a press release from the detachment, a male and female suspect entered the business and took the keys to two vehicles that were parked outside.
Four Airdrie teens recognized for selfless act with Queen's Diamond Jubilee Awards

Four Airdrie teens recognized for selfless act with Queen's Diamond Jubilee Awards

“Quite often, these things are given out to someone with a lifetime of service in various volunteer capacities,” Richards said. “But I think it’s also important we include young people who have done outstanding things as well to encourage them and other young people to give service to their community as well. It’s important to recognize outstanding acts like this.”
Calgary confirmed as Alberta’s nominee to host 2027 North American Indigenous Games

Calgary confirmed as Alberta’s nominee to host 2027 North American Indigenous Games

Calgary/Tsuut’ina Nation have announced their intention to present a bid to host the 2027 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG). A press release issued Dec. 1 stated the Indigenous Sport Council Alberta (ISCA) is in full support.
Report on racism in Edmonton presented, but how accurate are Indigenous statistics?

Report on racism in Edmonton presented, but how accurate are Indigenous statistics?

“If you want to understand Indigenous homelessness, which is a slow genocide, you first have to know and understand the history of this land and the impacts of colonization,” said Cardinal.
Canadians look to side hustles to make up for inflation pressure, but at what cost?

Canadians look to side hustles to make up for inflation pressure, but at what cost?

MONTREAL — Canadian's budgets are being stretched thin as the cost of living climbs — and to compensate, some are taking on a side hustle.
Canfor temporarily reducing Canadian production due to weak market conditions

Canfor temporarily reducing Canadian production due to weak market conditions

VANCOUVER — Canfor Corp. is temporarily reducing its Canadian production due to what it says are very weak market conditions. The Vancouver-based company says there will be curtailments at all of its solid wood facilities in B.C. and Alberta.
Consumer debt tops $2.36 trillion in third quarter, up 7.3 per cent from last year

Consumer debt tops $2.36 trillion in third quarter, up 7.3 per cent from last year

Equifax Canada says an increase in borrowers helped push total consumer debt to $2.36 trillion in the third quarter for a 7.3 per cent rise from last year, even as mortgage volumes decline.
Alberta's police watchdog says man shot by RCMP on First Nation has died of injuries

Alberta's police watchdog says man shot by RCMP on First Nation has died of injuries

MASKWACIS, ALBERTA — Alberta's police watchdog says an armed man who was shot last week by RCMP on a First Nation has died.