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Defence may appeal guilty verdict by judge in German shooting trial

Defence may appeal guilty verdict by judge in German shooting trial

"I felt the defence case was quite strong, so that's where my head is at right now. I'll read the judge's decision and see how he came to his conclusions and if there is anything there, we will appeal and if there isn't, we won't."
Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Alberta budget cuts spending by $1.3 billion over four years

Cuts of 2.8 per cent over four years could deepen if no pipeline gets built
Body of missing Calgary woman found in Kananaskis Country

Body of missing Calgary woman found in Kananaskis Country

The vehicle and body were located in the Powderface area, off Highway 68
Doctors urge national surveillance after curler dies during childbirth

Doctors urge national surveillance after curler dies during childbirth

Aly Jenkins, 30, died Sunday of an amniotic fluid embolism
Wapikoni studio helps bring big ideas to life

Wapikoni studio helps bring big ideas to life

Wapikoni, a travelling audiovisual and creation studio, is helping provide a platform for Indigenous youth voices from the Stoney Nakoda First Nation throughout the month of October.

Curling community grieves after Saskatchewan lead Aly Jenkins' death

Stoney Nakoda youth found guilty of aggravated assault in German tourist shooting

Stoney Nakoda youth found guilty of aggravated assault in German tourist shooting

Victim was shot in the head during a drive-by shooting
OPINION: Canada Post is introducing Uber-like surge pricing just in time for the holidays

OPINION: Canada Post is introducing Uber-like surge pricing just in time for the holidays

Cougar shot after killing small dog, attacking another near Canmore

Cougar shot after killing small dog, attacking another near Canmore

“[It] didn’t hit Ray, I don’t know how. When I got the bear spray off, I yelled at Ray to go and I pointed [the bear spray]. I probably got him from one or two feet away, got him right in the nose, for sure right in the face. That disoriented him, he started backing up.”
Town of Canmore declares state of climate emergency

Town of Canmore declares state of climate emergency

At the regular council meeting Tuesday (Oct. 1) Town of Canmore council members unanimously voted on the motion to declare a state of climate emergency, as well as the motion for Mayor John Borrowman to write a letter to Alberta’s premier on the topic.