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Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Watch: First Indigenous Miss Canada Globe talks powwow

Hailey Hamelin-Wilson from Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation in Alberta was the first Indigenous woman to be crowned Miss Canada Globe.
Four men charged after 14 incidents of theft in Southern Alberta town

Four men charged after 14 incidents of theft in Southern Alberta town

Police in Canmore recover sawed-off rifle, numerous knives, machetes and a sword along with mountain bikes, power tools and tablets.
Smith won't seek early vote if she wins UCP leadership, becomes next Alberta premier

Smith won't seek early vote if she wins UCP leadership, becomes next Alberta premier

United Conservative Party leadership candidate Danielle Smith says she would wait until the next scheduled election in May 2023, but believes she has a mandate to proceed with her plans.
Inflation hits international students hard, with some turning to food banks

Inflation hits international students hard, with some turning to food banks

Rising rent and food costs, combined with being far from home and loved ones, are pushing many international students toward a breaking point. 
RCMP officer released from hospital following crash in Northern Alberta

RCMP officer released from hospital following crash in Northern Alberta

Semi-truck and RCMP vehicle collided on Highway 43 near Mayerthorpe on the morning of Oct. 1.
The gig is up: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney set to step down from top job

The gig is up: Alberta Premier Jason Kenney set to step down from top job

EDMONTON — Don’t cry for me, Alberta, I was leaving anyway. It's Premier Jason Kenney’s swan song message as he prepares to depart the province's top job, forced out by the very United Conservative Party he willed into existence.
Alberta announces combined $187 million in addictions and homelessness funding

Alberta announces combined $187 million in addictions and homelessness funding

EDMONTON — The Alberta government has announced more than $124 million over two years for addiction and mental health services in Edmonton and Calgary, with another $63 million aimed at reducing homelessness in the province over the same period.
New crop insurance options being considered for market gardens

New crop insurance options being considered for market gardens

“We have spent a lot of time with the government working on a risk mitigation and hail insurance program for market gardeners,” explained Staples. “There really isn’t an effective program in the province right now.”
Five years later: Waterton Lakes National Park plan considers fire recovery

Five years later: Waterton Lakes National Park plan considers fire recovery

WATERTON, Alta. — Like the land itself, a new management plan for Waterton Lakes National Park is marked by a powerful wildfire that tore through the southern Alberta park five years ago.
Creator's Stone meteorite to be returned to its historic site after over 150 years

Creator's Stone meteorite to be returned to its historic site after over 150 years

EDMONTON — After years of negotiations, the Alberta government signed an agreement Friday with a First Nations group committing to return an ancient meteorite to its historic location after being displaced for over 150 years.