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‘A commendable operation’: Experts react to Manitoba manhunt for homicide suspect – Winnipeg

Experts say it’s commendable no one was injured and a pair of suspects were arrested early Friday morning in Belleville, Ont., even though...

Construction underway to transform Edmonton alley space into vibrant public plaza

The City of Edmonton has started construction on a project that will turn an Old Strathcona alley space into a vibrant plaza for...

Lake Country residents break into burning home to save puppies

Quick thinking and brave actions by some Lake Country residents led to eight puppies being rescued from a burning home. The fire had engulfed...

‘There’s so much talent’: Football skills camp touches down in Lethbridge – Lethbridge

Anthony Parker has been working hard to start Lethbridge’s own team to play in the Canadian Junior Football League. It would be a first...

5 arrested after weekend robberies; K9 bites suspect, bystander during arrest – Calgary

Five men are in custody after a pair of robberies Saturday. Calgary Police say the first was at a liquor store in Calgary at...

People in recovery clean Beltline, raise concerns over soon-to-be-closed Calgary consumption site

A group of volunteers took to the streets of Calgary’s Beltline community Saturday to offer outreach services and clean the area. As Carolyn...

COVID-19: Alberta reports 127 new cases, 6 more deaths on Saturday

Alberta Health reported 127 new COVID-19 cases and six deaths from the disease on Saturday. However, the number of active cases, hospitalizations and ICU...

Explosion kills person, destroys Saskatoon home

An early morning explosion killed a person and leveled a house in Saskatoon on Saturday morning. Footage showed the blaze, with multiple firefighters...

COVID-19: Saskatchewan sets Step 3 reopen date for July 11, adds 55 new cases

With 70 per cent of the 18 and older population vaccinated with their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, Saskatchewan has met part...

Fort Henry reopens doors for tourist summer season in Kingston – Kingston

Fort Henry, a UNESCO world heritage site and major tourist draw for Kingston, opened its doors to visitors today. “We’ve opened the doors to...
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COVID-19 vaccine rules vary for B.C.’s first responders

While vaccine mandates are now going into force for many first responders in British Columbia, one of the province’s largest police forces is...

Albertans getting new digits with introduction of new area code in April

Come next April, you’ll start seeing a new area code for Alberta. Along with 403, 587, 780 and 825, new phone numbers will begin...