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Coutts protester guilty of assault at checkstop for driving truck at officer
A southern Alberta man charged with assaulting a police officer at a checkstop connected to the Coutts, Alta. border blockade was found guilty Thursday night after jurors deliberated for six hours.
Alberta may have to return $130M in unspent federal funding for oil and gas well cleanup
The cash is part of the federal government's $1.7-billion program aimed at addressing the environmental risk of the aging oil and gas infrastructure, while also providing jobs to the beleaguered energy services sector after the pandemic began and oil prices crashed.
Northern Alberta residents demand answers from Imperial Oil after toxic leak from oilsands project
There were sharp words and fiery exchanges at a Fort Chipewyan town hall meeting this week — the first time the oil company met with northern Alberta residents since seepage from a tailings pond at the nearby Kearl Lake oilsands site was discovered in May 2022.
I confronted my misconceptions about being Indigenous by embracing beadwork
Tenille Campbell says she never saw beadwork becoming a part of how she expressed herself, but she has now embraced the practice.
Golden Knights hold off Flames for 7th win in 8 games
Logan Thompson led the way with a 37-save effort and the visiting Vegas Golden Knights picked up a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames on Thursday.
Alberta auditor general says province needs to change how it manages oilpatch liabilities
Parks Canada says reservation system appears to be meeting 'high demand' for camping
Alberta Energy Regulator issues environmental protection order after earthquake study finds industry link
Convicted killer Bradley Barton asks Court of Appeal for 3rd trial for death of Cindy Gladue
Next stop, May 29 election: Alberta legislature sitting wraps up with attacks, insults
Traffic disruptions on Deerfoot Trail expected to last days after semi hits northeast overpass
Enbridge 'disappointed' as environmental review for Line 5 tunnel extended
Dangerous goods move through Calgary daily. What's the plan in the event of a disaster?
Youth who killed 2 Edmonton police officers also behind Pizza Hut shooting, investigators believe
City tackles more than 1,000 service requests as water pools near storm drains
Calgary tenant advocacy group demands 2% cap on increases as rents soar
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