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Postmedia to end Monday print edition of nine urban daily newspapers

Postmedia to end Monday print edition of nine urban daily newspapers

Four daily newspapers in Alberta's two biggest cities among those that will no longer be printed and delivered on Mondays effective Oct. 17.
Surrogate mom's selfless act leaves family speechless

Surrogate mom's selfless act leaves family speechless

Smithers, B.C. woman is just a few weeks away from giving birth to a baby boy on behalf of Richmond couple, despite not knowing them until a year ago.
RESIDE program recruits just one doctor to Northern Alberta region

RESIDE program recruits just one doctor to Northern Alberta region

A $6 million provincial program aiming to recruit doctors to 15 rural communities across Alberta, including Lac La Biche and the City of Cold Lake, has come up short.
Alberta UCP leadership hopefuls split on idea of provincial police

Alberta UCP leadership hopefuls split on idea of provincial police

Four of the seven candidates running to be the next United Conservative Party leader told a debate that it’s not a plan they would pursue right now.
Driver arrested, guns seized following road rage incident

Driver arrested, guns seized following road rage incident

After finding two guns in vehicle, police search Calgary man's home and locate almost 50 firearms, including 10 classified as prohibited.
Elderly woman charged with careless driving in crash that claimed motorcyclist

Elderly woman charged with careless driving in crash that claimed motorcyclist

Westlock woman involved in collision that killed a 54-year-old female motorcyclist in June is scheduled to make her first court appearance in November.
Jason Kenney, soon out as Alberta premier, pokes fun at himself in speech

Jason Kenney, soon out as Alberta premier, pokes fun at himself in speech

Warm reception from municipal leaders prompts Kenney to joke that he must not be at one of his own United Conservative caucus meetings.
Canada ending requirements for COVID-19 vaccines, ArriveCan app at border Sept. 30

Canada ending requirements for COVID-19 vaccines, ArriveCan app at border Sept. 30

The last of Canada's COVID-19 border restrictions will disappear at the end of this month with the expiry of a cabinet order affecting mandatory vaccinations, testing and quarantine of international travellers.
'Kind of like carnies': International balloon festival returns to Alberta town

'Kind of like carnies': International balloon festival returns to Alberta town

The windswept prairie east of the Rocky Mountains seems an unlikely spot for a hot-air balloon festival, but the town of High River, Alta., is celebrating the event's 10th year.
Scented candles believed to have caused duplex fire

Scented candles believed to have caused duplex fire

Innisfail blaze that appears to have started when candles were knocked over ravaged one half of a duplex and severely damaged the other.