Canadian University College (CUC) had the privilege of inviting former Calgary Stampeder Arjei Franklin to speak to students and share his story about
With recent changes to provincial truck route legislation, Lacombe city council passed a third reading to a traffic bylaw to better control the regula
In the spirit of sticking to our New Year’s resolutions, the City of Lacombe is encouraging citizens to lace up and get walking for the second annual
To spread awareness about reducing poverty in central Alberta, Lacombe will be host to Poverty Talks, an event outlining the issues and impacts of pov
The good news is Phil Kessel wasn’t the last man standing.
A Nova Scotia man accused of possessing a dangerous chemical after police evacuated an Ottawa hotel is scheduled to appear in provincial court Friday.
Seth Rogen has issued a public apology for his remarks about controversial movie American Sniper, insisting he did not mean to compare the film to Nazi propaganda.
A New Jersey police department released a video this week of a man being fatally shot by police as he got out of a car with his hands raised.
An Alberta premier saying the unthinkable — that he’s open to hearing what his people think about a sales tax, even if he’s personally against it.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp will no longer allow its on-air journalists to receive payment for appearances at external events, the public broadcaster said on Thursday.
Sidney Crosby will not participate in the NHL All-Star game due to injury.
Saudia Arabia's new King Salman pledged continuity in energy and foreign policies on Friday.