Our vehicles get quite the workout during the holiday season.
What do beehives, buns, flips, fringes and waves have in common?
A handshake between U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro stole the show at South Africa's memorial for Nelson Mandela on Tuesday.
Somewhere between Detroit and Toronto, across Southwestern Ontario’s 373 kilometres of denuded flatlands, there’s always been an imaginary dividing line.
Blaine Calkins, Member of Parliament for Wetaskiwin, has declared that he will seek to run as the Conservative Party candidate to represent the newly
It was a close race, but in the end the Canadian University College (CUC) Acronaires were able to climb higher than the program’s already strong reput
From an early age most people are taught to look both ways to ensure the path is clear before they cross the street.
The season of giving is now upon us and holiday cheer is in the air.
For last year or so Lacombe County has been making a concerted effort to become better stewards of the environment.
There is a lot minor hockey players can learn in all areas of the game from watching the Blackfalds Wranglers compete on their home rink.
Though the users are routinely reminded to speak in whispers, public libraries can be quite the gathering place and a hub of a community.
Drugs, lies and videotape.
A provincial multiple sclerosis (MS) patient strategy, the first of its kind in Canada, is expected to be of great benefit to central Albertans.
All the struggles and successes of the past season aren’t just left on the field. The Lacombe Composite High School Rams honoured their own, while tak