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‘Exceedingly rare’ mountain goat attack leaves grizzly bear dead in B.C. park

A mountain goat is believed to be responsible for the death of a grizzly bear found slumped near a trail in British Columbia’s...

Albertans want overall policy on Rocky Mountain development: coal committee

Albertans want to talk about a lot more than coal when it comes to development in their beloved Rocky Mountains, says the head...

B.C. gave developer a ‘sweetheart’ deal for Little Mountain land, former MLA says – BC

A former British Columbia MLA is calling for a public inquiry after the terms of a 2008 deal between the provincial government and...

Coal company presents to committee of Lethbridge city council following Grassy Mountain denial – Lethbridge

Last week, a joint review panel deemed the Grassy Mountain coal project “not in the public interest,” but the denial hasn’t led to...

Protesters breathe sigh of relief as review panel denies Grassy Mountain coal project applications

After nearly three years of hearing arguments for and against a controversial mining project, a joint federal-provincial review panel has recommended that the...

Calgary river levels receding as snow falls in mountain parks – Calgary

Calgary city officials anticipate water levels on the Bow River to drop beginning Monday after a heat wave contributed to a rapidly melting...
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The Crown season 5: Queen Imelda Staunton delivers address, gives shoutout to Olivia Colman, Claire Foy. Watch | Web Series

At Netflix's Tudum event on Saturday, Imelda Staunton delivered an address to the audience, much in true Queen Elizabeth II style. Sitting at...
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New COVID-19 concerns after pair of B.C. school outbreaks, rising child case numbers

Safety in B.C.’s classrooms is back in the spotlight after two COVID-19 outbreaks were declared in Lower Mainland schools this week. Chilliwack’s Promontory Elementary...

Michael Kovrig, Michael Spavor arrive in Canada after almost 3 years in Chinese prison

It’s been almost three years since Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor have touched Canadian soil, but that all changed early Saturday morning....