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Judge denies bail for protester charged in southern Alberta border blockade

Judge denies bail for protester charged in southern Alberta border blockade

A judge has denied bail for a man charged with conspiracy to commit murder at a border blockade in southern Alberta.
'You knew what you did at that intersection wasn't lawful,' says Crown prosecutor

'You knew what you did at that intersection wasn't lawful,' says Crown prosecutor

“The reality is, you were telling all these deliberate, calculated lies because in your own mind, you knew what you did at that intersection wasn't lawful,” Crown prosecutor Jordan Kerr said, during court on Thursday.
RCMP recover stolen excavator

RCMP recover stolen excavator

A search warrant executed on a Northern Alberta property turned up a very expensive piece of stolen machinery.
Fresh manure dumped at B.C. premier's community office, police say

Fresh manure dumped at B.C. premier's community office, police say

Police say they are investigating manure left at the front doors of Premier John Horgan's local constituency office in Langford, B.C.
Van Mackelberg given life sentence in murder of Kalix Langenau

Van Mackelberg given life sentence in murder of Kalix Langenau

“Instead of celebrating my son's 21st birthday, we sat in this courtroom on his day, listening to how you stole him from us," Kalix Langenau's mother told a courtroom before her son's killer was sentenced to life in prison.
Province gives blessing to Black Diamond-Turner Valley amalgamation

Province gives blessing to Black Diamond-Turner Valley amalgamation

Two Alberta towns will become one in a rare amalgamation request that will go through on New Years.
Woof! Pooches allowed on Alberta eateries' patios

Woof! Pooches allowed on Alberta eateries' patios

Restaurants, bars and coffee shops can now welcome customers’ dogs on their patios without approval from Alberta Health Services (AHS). 
Anthony Bilodeau hears brother plead for their father's life on drive to shooting

Anthony Bilodeau hears brother plead for their father's life on drive to shooting

“I was wiping tears on the way there,” Anthony Bilodeau said at the double murder trial of two men near Glendon, he testified he shot to protect his father and younger brother. He later cut up the gun and disposed of it.
Alberta school bus driver retiring after 55 years

Alberta school bus driver retiring after 55 years

A Southern Alberta bus driver who got behind the wheel in 1968 is reluctantly retiring,
Alberta town endorses community-developed policy saying no to coal mining in Rockies

Alberta town endorses community-developed policy saying no to coal mining in Rockies

A southern Alberta town has become what it says is the first municipality to endorse a community-developed policy that calls for a permanentban on new coal exploration and development in the Rocky Mountains.