News

Linda Garrett, left, offered up her hair for shaving, in support of Caden Tellier, right, who found out just before New Years that he has Leukaemia. Garrett raised $500 to help the Tellier family with their mounting expenses related to Caden's treatment, but she also shaved her head at a school assembly April 15, in front of the school's students and teachers, in support of Grade 1 teacher Debby Kirtzinger.

Head shaved in support of student and teacher

With a teacher and one small student absent from the halls of JS McCormick School, each waging their own battles with cancer, the school's custodian has stepped forward to inspire the other staff and young students.

Rolland Richard, 15 years old, walked away from his school mid-afternoon.

Blackfalds RCMP search for missing teen

Blackfalds RCMP are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing teen. On Tuesday April 15, 2014, Rolland Richard, 15 years old, walked away from his school mid-afternoon. Rolland Richard did not tell anyone where he was going, but it is believed the possible destination may have been Red Deer City.

The Metis flag SUN MEDIA PHOTO BY DAVID BLOOM

Appeals court grants Metis Indian status

The Federal Court of Appeal upheld a landmark ruling Thursday that gave Canada's Metis population Indian status within the Constitution, allowing negotiations to begin for all the rights and services that go with it.

Alberta Finance Minister Doug Horner. (EDMONTON SUN/File)

Pension reform a step closer

The provincial government is forging ahead with public sector pension plan reforms despite objections from union groups who say the changes will "set off a rush to the exit."

Featured Businesses

Go to the Marketplace »