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CP reports hitting wolf pups; investigation turns up no evidence of strike

CP reports hitting wolf pups; investigation turns up no evidence of strike

“CP thought that one of them had been killed and they weren’t sure about the disposition of the other two,” said Mark Benson, acting human-wildlife management specialist for Lake Louise, Yoho and Kootenay field unit.
Airdrie bartender's Caesar in running for best in Canada

Airdrie bartender's Caesar in running for best in Canada

An Airdrie bartender’s signature creation is once again in the running to be named Canada’s top Caesar.
More than 160 unmarked graves found at B.C. residential school site: First Nation

More than 160 unmarked graves found at B.C. residential school site: First Nation

A newsletter circulating online from the Penelakut Tribe on Vancouver Island says more than 160 unmarked and undocumented graves have been found at the former Kuper Island Industrial School site near Chemainus, B.C.
Alberta begins easing remaining COVID-19 restrictions in continuing-care facilities

Alberta begins easing remaining COVID-19 restrictions in continuing-care facilities

Alberta says it will begin easing some remaining COVID-19 health restrictions in continuing-care centres.
RCMP investigating two areas over possible cause of fire that destroyed Lytton, B.C.

RCMP investigating two areas over possible cause of fire that destroyed Lytton, B.C.

Investigators in British Columbia have zeroed in on two areas of interest for the cause of a fire that razed the village of Lytton.
NDP raises concern about hospital bed closures

NDP raises concern about hospital bed closures

Alberta's Opposition health critic is sounding the alarm on hospital bed closures during the summer which the provincial health delivery agency says is due to staffing shortages.
Alberta film industry expecting record number of productions for 2021

Alberta film industry expecting record number of productions for 2021

“When people know about, and people know that’s where those shows are shot it’s a way to promote Cochrane as a destination,” Oucharek said
Severe weekend storm causes one minor injury and leaves residents clearing debris

Severe weekend storm causes one minor injury and leaves residents clearing debris

Reporting by residents lead to Alberta Emergency Alert and Environment Canada warning
Homeless camp could go to Bonesville if council OKs $60,000 MNA deal

Homeless camp could go to Bonesville if council OKs $60,000 MNA deal

Tuesday's meeting will discuss placement of homeless camp, costs and care
Regulator says Brookfield used 'abusive' tactics in hostile bid for Inter Pipeline

Regulator says Brookfield used 'abusive' tactics in hostile bid for Inter Pipeline

Alberta's securities regulator has said Brookfield Infrastructure Partners LP used "abusive" tactics in its attempt to acquire Calgary-based Inter Pipeline Ltd.