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Police officers acted lawfully in shooting at Kehewin Cree Nation: ASIRT

Police officers acted lawfully in shooting at Kehewin Cree Nation: ASIRT

Two officers who shot at a suspect on March 9, 2022, in Kehewin Cree Nation, were found to have acted lawfully and "properly in the execution of their duties," according to a report released by ASIRT.
100-year-old Alberta church still serving community of 100 people

100-year-old Alberta church still serving community of 100 people

The Dalemead Church, northeast of Calgary, serving a population of 100, is a small church with a big heart. 
Bowden woman’s murder highlights domestic violence costs, Calgary court justice says

Bowden woman’s murder highlights domestic violence costs, Calgary court justice says

Ross McInneswas sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility for parole for 15 years
Cannabis legalization coincided with uptick in ER visits from seniors: study

Cannabis legalization coincided with uptick in ER visits from seniors: study

A new study has linked the legalization of cannabis with a rise in the number of Ontario seniors visiting emergency rooms.
Canada is falling behind its peers in terms of living standards — can it catch up?

Canada is falling behind its peers in terms of living standards — can it catch up?

Canada’s ongoing economic malaise and decline in living standards are rooted in a constellation of domestic and global challenges.
Travel experts share six tips on travelling light

Travel experts share six tips on travelling light

Repacking at the airport is not a good time. Here's how to avoid it.
St. Albert gardener paves way for sustainable living

St. Albert gardener paves way for sustainable living

Urban Gardening, a self-published book available on Amazon, was written by Albertan who has developed a system that allows him to harvest about $3,000 worth of produce each summer. 
Canada's only Indigenous pro rodeo returns to Buffalo Lake

Canada's only Indigenous pro rodeo returns to Buffalo Lake

Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement hosts second running of Gateway to the North pro rodeo
Three Alberta swimmers going to WorldLifesaving championships

Three Alberta swimmers going to WorldLifesaving championships

Three Cochrane Water Ninjas will be competing at the 2024 World Lifesaving Championship in Australia, set to take place later this year.
Alberta content creator catches Telus’ attention with sour interviews

Alberta content creator catches Telus’ attention with sour interviews

A local content creator received $12,000 to produce her new show Sour Chat Kids, where kids interview kids while eating sour candies.
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