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HBO's The Last of Us prepares for filming in Okotoks

HBO's The Last of Us prepares for filming in Okotoks

Industry advocate suggests empathy and respect as HBO sets up shop
Thousands gather on Parliament hill for massive protest against vaccine mandates

Thousands gather on Parliament hill for massive protest against vaccine mandates

OTTAWA — Trucks jamming Ottawa streets shut down the core of the national capital on Saturday as a shoulder-to-shoulder crowd packed Parliament Hill to demand the federal Liberal government end vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions, promising to
Top Alberta court denies appeal of regulator's refusal to approve coal mine

Top Alberta court denies appeal of regulator's refusal to approve coal mine

Alberta's top court has rejected a request to appeal a regulatory decision that denied permits for the Grassy Mountain coal mine in the province's Rocky Mountains.
Second-degree murder charge laid after ‘unprovoked’ attack at southern Alberta prison

Second-degree murder charge laid after ‘unprovoked’ attack at southern Alberta prison

DRUMHELLER, Alta. — RCMP say a man at a medium-security federal prison in southern Alberta has been charged in the death of a fellow inmate. Mounties say officers responded to a call Wednesday of a serious assault at Drumheller Institution.
Strangers who helped save Alberta man's life at golf course honoured

Strangers who helped save Alberta man's life at golf course honoured

If not for six perfect strangers, Andy Kirby may not be here today.
Alberta's Kenney to talk supply chain issues, pipelines at U.S. governors meeting

Alberta's Kenney to talk supply chain issues, pipelines at U.S. governors meeting

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will travel to Washington to discuss issues including COVID-19 and pipelines with American leaders.
PHOTOS: Pro wrestling grows its audience with Southern Alberta event

PHOTOS: Pro wrestling grows its audience with Southern Alberta event

“There’s a lot of pro wrestlers out there, a lot of really good talent in Canada and they need places like this to wrestle so getting on these tours, going town to town and building their name is the stuff that’s going to make them successful.”
Ottawa police call in reinforcements as convoy takes up positions around Parliament

Ottawa police call in reinforcements as convoy takes up positions around Parliament

OTTAWA — The big rigs began rolling into downtown Ottawa midday Friday, as a planned anti-vaccine mandate protest began to swell in number and energy, with some in attendance promising to stay put until Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is forced out.
Calgary to Cochrane trail naming contest collects hundreds of ideas so far

Calgary to Cochrane trail naming contest collects hundreds of ideas so far

The Name the Trail contest is officially rolling and ideas are pouring in from around the province.
Some household pets more susceptible to COVID, says Alberta veterinarian

Some household pets more susceptible to COVID, says Alberta veterinarian

Companion animals such as dogs, cats, and rodents — including hamsters — are all capable of getting the virus, whereas pets such as birds and lizards are not.