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Canmore exclusively hosting cross-country ski World Cup in 2024

Canmore exclusively hosting cross-country ski World Cup in 2024

The world's best cross country skiers will spend more time in Canmore next year.
Alberta Parks readies for 8,000-hectare Ribbon Creek controlled burn

Alberta Parks readies for 8,000-hectare Ribbon Creek controlled burn

KANANASKIS COUNTRY – Alberta Parks is preparing for a prescribed fire that will burn 8,000 hectares of the Ribbon Creek drainage, beginning in the fall.
How views of Pierre Trudeau led RCMP to provide first close security for an ex-PM

How views of Pierre Trudeau led RCMP to provide first close security for an ex-PM

OTTAWA — With threats against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spiking in recent years, newly released historical records reveal the security concerns the RCMP had when his father was getting ready to leave office.
Proposed shark tourism project has to walk fine line to balance benefits and safety

Proposed shark tourism project has to walk fine line to balance benefits and safety

A proposed tourism project off the coast of Nova Scotia to let people watch great white sharks through the bars of a submerged cage requires a balancing act between sightseeing and the needs of the animals, says one expert.
7 common scams targeting seniors

7 common scams targeting seniors

Knowledge is power, so learn about these common scams so you can steer clear.
This is not your grandma’s oatmeal

This is not your grandma’s oatmeal

Oatmeal, anytime.
Confusion as Musk's Twitter yanks blue checks from agencies

Confusion as Musk's Twitter yanks blue checks from agencies

CHICAGO (AP) — Twitter has long been a way for people to keep track of tornado watches, train delays, news alerts or the latest crime warnings from their local police department.
Cadomin seeing tourism, population growth

Cadomin seeing tourism, population growth

Once a bustling centre for the coal industry, Cadomin is now getting closer to turning itself into a tourist destination on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains.
Edmonton pizza restaurant worker who was shot has setback in recovery: family

Edmonton pizza restaurant worker who was shot has setback in recovery: family

EDMONTON — A pizza restaurant employee, who was shot last month by the same teen police believe killed two officers days later, has suffered a setback in his recovery due to a suspected brain infection, his family says.
'Always, we love you': Funeral for Mountie killed in crash on duty near Edmonton

'Always, we love you': Funeral for Mountie killed in crash on duty near Edmonton

SHERWOOD PARK, Alta. — Friends, family and hundreds of officers gathered Thursday for a regimental funeral, where an RCMP constable who died on duty was remembered for his kindness, openness and generosity. 
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