New programs and services offered by the Canadian Cancer Society are alleviating the strain of accommodation and travel expenses for those battling cancer in central Alberta.
A heated discussion erupted as residents grew frustrated with a proposal introduced by Lacombe County to install a communal sewage servicing system in four Sylvan Lake communities. Lacombe County held an open house on Aug. 14 to share information about the proposal and gather feedback from residents of the Kuusamo Krest, Palm Bay, Blissful Beach an
Researchers wrapping up a summer of digging at a “stunning” Rocky Mountain fossil site say they’ve uncovered a dozen new animal species and a better understanding of early evolution.
Canada Post reported a $53-million profit for the second quarter of 2014, crediting stamp price increases, growth in its parcels business and recent changes to the postal workers' benefits program.
Calgary cops are investigating the alleged fraudulent impersonation of a local resident's identity after internal government documents were leaked to the media during the heated Progressive Conservative leadership race.
A U.K. teen died shortly after completing the ice bucket challenge because he jumped off a cliff into shallow water and drowned, the Telegraph reports.
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa could infect more than 20,000 people, the U.N. health agency said on Thursday, warning that an international effort costing almost half a billion dollars is needed to overcome the outbreak.
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