Skip to content

Beyond Local

Starbucks, Second Cup halt use of reusable cups amid novel coronavirus outbreak

Starbucks, Second Cup halt use of reusable cups amid novel coronavirus outbreak

Supreme Court will not hear Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appeal cases

Supreme Court will not hear Trans Mountain pipeline expansion appeal cases

Alberta will not hear Stoney Nakoda appeal for Fortress water application

Alberta will not hear Stoney Nakoda appeal for Fortress water application

"This means the appeal is over. The project can proceed as it."
Shed handshakes for smiles and foot taps to avoid COVID-19 risk: doctor

Shed handshakes for smiles and foot taps to avoid COVID-19 risk: doctor

Video: New ‘Wuhan shake’ goes viral amid coronavirus fears

Video: New ‘Wuhan shake’ goes viral amid coronavirus fears

Public health officials are encouraging people to change the way they greet each other amid coronavirus (COVID-19) fears and people are doing just that.
Tornado narrowly misses Canadian country star Brett Kissel's home in Nashville

Tornado narrowly misses Canadian country star Brett Kissel's home in Nashville

Grizzly bear out and about in Banff

Grizzly bear out and about in Banff

“They’re roughly the same size. They’re big guys. Unless you get a really good look at their face, it’s hard to tell them apart.”
Tornadoes devastate Tennessee, killing at least 22 people

Tornadoes devastate Tennessee, killing at least 22 people

St. Paul native Brett Kissel, who now lives in Nashville, said on Twitter that many homes in his neighbourhood were hit
Alberta government to close, privatize campgrounds

Alberta government to close, privatize campgrounds

“I don’t think that private businesses are held to account to preserve ecological processes and conservation functions of parks and protected areas; private businesses are there to make money, that’s their job," says Sarah Elmeligi, a landscape ecologist and former planner with Alberta Parks
Sundre physician loses trust in government

Sundre physician loses trust in government

About 200 people attend town hall meeting called by physicians