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Ford truck gets rammed by elk in Jasper

Ford truck gets rammed by elk in Jasper

"During the fall mating season male elk are particularly belligerent."
Here’s when your favorite show may return as writers strike is on the verge of ending

Here’s when your favorite show may return as writers strike is on the verge of ending

LOS ANGELES (AP) — A tentative agreement between striking screenwriters and Hollywood studios offers some hope, but when will your favorite shows return? Well, it's complicated.
Alberta Opposition creates counter-survey on plan to quit CPP

Alberta Opposition creates counter-survey on plan to quit CPP

EDMONTON — Alberta’s Opposition is launching its own survey on whether the province should leave the Canada Pension Plan, saying the government questionnaire is a “sham” and a “unicorn.
Five-year-old, non-verbal boy missing in Frog Lake First Nations

Five-year-old, non-verbal boy missing in Frog Lake First Nations

Police are looking for a five-year-old boy who was reported missing on Sept. 25 from a community east of Edmonton, near the Saskatchewan border.
Musila sentencing begins with indignity to human remains arguments

Musila sentencing begins with indignity to human remains arguments

Sentencing arguments have begun for Beryl Musila who was found guilty of the first degree murder and causing an indignity to the body of Alberta senior, Ronald Worsfold.
Head of Alta commission on Rocky Mountain coal mining concerned over new applications

Head of Alta commission on Rocky Mountain coal mining concerned over new applications

The province's regulator appears to have accepted coal mining applications to renew a project that has already been denied say members of a group that recommended a pause on coal mining in Alberta's Rocky Mountains.
NDP, Bloc say Speaker should resign after honouring man who fought for Nazis

NDP, Bloc say Speaker should resign after honouring man who fought for Nazis

OTTAWA — The Speaker of the House of Commons invited a man who fought for the Nazis to attend a speech by the Ukrainian president.
Canada’s first urban Indigenous ceremonial grounds opens in Edmonton

Canada’s first urban Indigenous ceremonial grounds opens in Edmonton

Kihcihkaw askî-Sacred Land — Canada’s first-of-its-kind urban Indigenous ceremony grounds opened in Edmonton.
Partial settlement approved in lawsuit against Calgary Stampede over abuse of boys

Partial settlement approved in lawsuit against Calgary Stampede over abuse of boys

CALGARY — A judge has approved a partial settlement in a class-action lawsuit against the Calgary Stampede that alleged the organization allowed a performance school staffer to sexually abuse young boys.
Retired police and rescue dogs retire with no pension

Retired police and rescue dogs retire with no pension

“We wanted to ensure that those retired working dogs who have put it all on the line during their careers continue to receive the medical attention they need."