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Alberta government to twin southern highway to spur economic recovery

Alberta government to twin southern highway to spur economic recovery

Rocky Mountain Outlook wins multiple newspaper awards

Rocky Mountain Outlook wins multiple newspaper awards

The Rocky Mountain Outlook has won a number of newspaper awards of excellence for its coverage of news, arts and sports in the valley last year
A cure for diabetes could be within reach – in your pocket

A cure for diabetes could be within reach – in your pocket

Diabetes could be a thing of the past "if all goes according to plan," says Dr. James Shapiro who is heading a team of researchers on a cure. Helping him out is another team of people who are taking their fundraising effort across the country. They want a million people to dig not so deep for $22 each to donate to a project called HEADing to 2022.
Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

Province asked to remove McDougall Church historic designation

For the first time in Alberta's history, a First Nation is asking for the removal of a historic designation citing the McDougall Church's "painful history," but the province is unclear on where that request sits
Imaginative books authored by Canmore students arriving at local library

Imaginative books authored by Canmore students arriving at local library

“It still worked out to be a very collaborative project when we were supposed to isolate and not be together,” said Grade 5 teacher Stephanie Kish. “I think that’s what makes them more special to me. We connected and still finished something together and now we get to share them with our entire community, which makes it even better.”
Alberta businesswoman named lieutenant-governor, first Muslim in role in Canada

Alberta businesswoman named lieutenant-governor, first Muslim in role in Canada

Alberta expands gatherings for outdoor audience events to 200 people

Alberta expands gatherings for outdoor audience events to 200 people

Changes to funding for victim services in Alberta means less money for Bow Valley organization

Changes to funding for victim services in Alberta means less money for Bow Valley organization

Changes proposed for the Victims of Crime Act would result in less funding for Bow Valley Victim Services if approved by the UCP government
Banff, Lake Louise gearing up for Canada Day

Banff, Lake Louise gearing up for Canada Day

“With Canada Day on a Wednesday, this also may affect the number of Albertans heading to Banff for the day. However, we are optimistic that more people will come for a few days now that the campgrounds are open and there are good deals in the hotels.”
Update: Alberta cuts business tax, boosts infrastructure spending to reboot economy

Update: Alberta cuts business tax, boosts infrastructure spending to reboot economy