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Driver of semi that smashed into rural Alberta home found dead

Driver of semi that smashed into rural Alberta home found dead

Initial indications show the driver, a 49-year-old male, suffered a ‘medical event’ prior to collision near the Town of Onoway.
Questions and concerns heard at wind farm open house

Questions and concerns heard at wind farm open house

Residents pack venue in St. Paul as many are strongly opposed to multi-million-dollar project by Northland Power.
Southern Alberta paramedic responds to own daughter's fatal collision

Southern Alberta paramedic responds to own daughter's fatal collision

An Airdrie-area paramedic is grieving the death of her teenage daughter after responding to the very motor vehicle collision that claimed the 17-year-old's life last week.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith to deliver televised address during dinner hour

Alberta Premier Danielle Smith to deliver televised address during dinner hour

New premier has promised an ambitious agenda that includes help for Albertans dealing with sharp hikes in gasoline and energy costs.
Mayor calls mall shooting in Prince Rupert, B.C. 'truly tragic'

Mayor calls mall shooting in Prince Rupert, B.C. 'truly tragic'

Shooting at a Prince Rupert mall has left one person dead and another critically injured.
Trial set for Alberta man facing more than 30 charges related to auto thefts

Trial set for Alberta man facing more than 30 charges related to auto thefts

Police allege they found 19 stolen vehicles — some of which had falsified VINs — within a fenced compound in St. Albert.
Lawyers tell jury Mounties acted in self-defence in fatal Alberta shooting

Lawyers tell jury Mounties acted in self-defence in fatal Alberta shooting

The jury heard the officers fired several shots at a purple Dodge truck that was believed to be connected to a shooting in Valhalla Centre, 500 kilometres northwest of Edmonton.
Montreal committee says toppled statue of John A. Macdonald should not be put back

Montreal committee says toppled statue of John A. Macdonald should not be put back

City told to distance itself from the policies of assimilation and genocide against Indigenous people that were championed by Sir John A. Macdonald.
Calgary has lost 16.5 per cent of its green spaces, the most of any Canadian city

Calgary has lost 16.5 per cent of its green spaces, the most of any Canadian city

Canada's biggest cities have lost their green spaces at staggering rates over the past two decades, new data from Statistics Canada has revealed.
Toys will be 'shining star' of lacklustre holiday shopping season: experts

Toys will be 'shining star' of lacklustre holiday shopping season: experts

While Canadians are expected to rein in their shopping lists amid rising prices, high interest rates and a grim economic outlook, they still appear willing to open their wallets for toys, experts say.