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Swiss village three hour drive west of Calgary opening late summer

Swiss village three hour drive west of Calgary opening late summer

Want to stay in a Swiss chalet?
Provincial funding in place for improvements at busy Highway 1 interchange

Provincial funding in place for improvements at busy Highway 1 interchange

Improvements to the interchange at Springbank, used for Calaway Park and the airport, will begin later this year
Shake, rattle, and roll at Alberta's Blue Suede Music Festival

Shake, rattle, and roll at Alberta's Blue Suede Music Festival

The VIP guest is Charles Stone, who was Elvis Presley’s tour manager and flew with Elvis on his personal plane, The Lisa Marie, while on tour.
Staff shortages, larger case loads causing Alberta medical examiner’s office to fall far behind

Staff shortages, larger case loads causing Alberta medical examiner’s office to fall far behind

The delay also stalls the collection of public health data that can help raise the alarm on growing public health issues and prevent deaths
Central Alberta RCMP recover 350 pounds of stolen copper wire

Central Alberta RCMP recover 350 pounds of stolen copper wire

A Central Alberta man and two others of no fixed address were arrested after RCMP found stolen copper wire, break-in tools and drugs.
Doc Walker, Aaron Goodvin headlining Southern Alberta country festival

Doc Walker, Aaron Goodvin headlining Southern Alberta country festival

The first-ever Bow Valley Boot Stomp, is bringing rising Canadian county music stars to Cochrane next weekend
School Division board chair says they weren't aware of sexual assault in classroom

School Division board chair says they weren't aware of sexual assault in classroom

'First I heard of it was when I read the news story:' Board Chair Judy Lefebvre.
Alberta Indigenous artist Alex Janvier's passing mourned

Alberta Indigenous artist Alex Janvier's passing mourned

Celebrated Indigenous artist Alex Janvier from Cold Lake First Nations, passed away July 10 at 89 years-old.
Hearing cancelled for Saskatchewan's bid to stop federal collection of carbon money

Hearing cancelled for Saskatchewan's bid to stop federal collection of carbon money

VANCOUVER — A court hearing for the Saskatchewan government to argue for an injunction to stop the Canada Revenue Agency from collecting millions in carbon levy money has been cancelled.
Glass breaks track record at Stampede Rangeland Derby

Glass breaks track record at Stampede Rangeland Derby

High River chuckwagon driver back in top-three in standings at Calgary Stampede