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Organizers of Bowden-area rodeo rally charged

Organizers of Bowden-area rodeo rally charged

Ty and Gail Northcott summoned to appear in Red Deer provincial court on May 17
Teens help save seniors during Citadel Mews fire

Teens help save seniors during Citadel Mews fire

“I feel like we were just doing what we had to do, because no one else was helping. I don't think we deserve any extra recognition for that. I feel that I did it because that's what was right."
Opposition, Ottawa, media looking for COVID-19 disaster: Alberta justice minister

Opposition, Ottawa, media looking for COVID-19 disaster: Alberta justice minister

His spokesman, Blaise Boehmer, said in a statement: “The minister was referring to the increasing tendency of different groups, including the NDP, to exploit the pandemic for their own political purposes."
Alberta to stop giving first doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot as supply dwindles

Alberta to stop giving first doses of AstraZeneca COVID-19 shot as supply dwindles

"Unlike with AstraZeneca, Alberta is receiving the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines in large and consistent shipments," said Alberta Health assistant communications director Tom McMillan.
Stoney Nakoda First Nation fourth highest per capita COVID-19 hotspot in Alberta

Stoney Nakoda First Nation fourth highest per capita COVID-19 hotspot in Alberta

The Iyahrhe Nakoda Food Bank Society has closed the doors to the food bank in Morley until May 17 due to a positive case within the organization.
Innisfail's Glen Carritt cancels controversial May 15 outdoor party

Innisfail's Glen Carritt cancels controversial May 15 outdoor party

Decision follows arrest of Mirror's Whistle Stop operator at anti-COVID restriction rally
Grappling with how to press the virtual flesh, parties gear up for election showdown

Grappling with how to press the virtual flesh, parties gear up for election showdown

OTTAWA — The three main national parties are firing up their election engines, even as they insist they want to steer clear of a campaign.
Two-year EI review needed to buy time for needed tech upgrades, Qualtrough says

Two-year EI review needed to buy time for needed tech upgrades, Qualtrough says

OTTAWA — Canada's employment minister says a budgetary pledge for funding to study changes to the employment insurance system reflects realities that improvements to the safety net can't happen overnight.
Police hand out tickets to dozens leaving anti-lockdown protest in Alberta

Police hand out tickets to dozens leaving anti-lockdown protest in Alberta

MIRROR, Alta. — RCMP ticketed protesters leaving an anti-lockdown rally outside a central Alberta café Saturday, after the establishment was closed by health officials earlier in the week.
Hartell Homestead gears up to open its gates

Hartell Homestead gears up to open its gates

Nick Shipley, owner of Hartell Homestead, is eager to open up his farm to sell beef, pork, produce, handmade artisan items and offer a u-pick garden this summer.