Jasper’s oldest resident celebrates 107th birthday

The Canadian Press Jasper’s oldest resident, Verne Rhoda Clarridge, celebrated her 107th birthday on June 19.…

‘A contaminated mess’: how a Yukon mine left behind a $35-million clean-up bill

The Canadian Press YUKON – Yukon’s Wolverine mine, which primarily extracted zinc before it closed in…

Dog survives nine days after roll-over car crash near Jasper

The Canadian Press A text message the morning of June 16 brought joy, relief, and release…

B.C. Sgt. shares her personal experiences with racism and discrimination

B.C. RCMP Sergeant Veronica Fox shares her personal experiences and perspectives on the issue of racism…

Aging and Amish: a community-based approach

The Canadian Press In his naturally-lit barn, tending to his team of bay and chestnut clydesdale…

Mom and child separated due to pandemic regulations

The Canadian Press NEW BRUNSWICK – When Campobello Island resident Taylor Davidson sent her six-year-old daughter…

VIDEO: A Vancouver Island black bear takes weekend nap in eagle tree

The Canadian Press A small black bear spent the night in a treetop – and had…

Alberta brewer can’t wait to leave Alberta winters behind

Former Sylvan Lake head brewer heads to B.C. brewery The Canadian Press North Basin Brewing Co.…

‘The cutest thing’: Queen Charlotte resident films interaction between curious cat, deer

The Canadian Press A resident of Haida Gwaii managed to film a cross-species meet-and-greet reminiscent of…

Coliseum Inn helps shield Edmonton’s homeless from COVID-19

The Canadian Press EDMONTON – The Coliseum Inn, located in north Edmonton, has opened its doors…

‘We don’t have a lot, but we’re sharing what we have’: Restaurant offers free meals

The Canadian Press NEW BRUNSWICK – It is a tough time for restaurant owners like Gaurav…

Metis actress Tantoo Cardinal reflects on COVID19 from isolation in LA home

The Canadian Press EDMONTON – The worldwide shutdown from the Coronavirus pandemic didn’t come as a…

Islander teaches her 91-year-old grandma to use iPhone amid coronavirus

By Canadian Press EMYVALE, P.E.I. — Stephanie McQuaid knew it wouldn’t be easy to teach her…

Canadian couple trapped in Ecuador’s COVID-19 shutdown feels forsaken

By Canadian Press Stranded in Ecuador with her boyfriend after the country imposed sweeping measures to…

RCMP Staff Sergeant Major braves frigid waters to rescue a driver from a submerged vehicle

VERNON – As an RCMP Staff Sergeant Major (SSM) Robert Daly typically provides recognition to police…

Human remains found in Idaho cave identified as outlaw who died 100 years ago

IDAHO – Idaho officials announced that human remains found in a cave decades ago have been…

When the pursuit for freedom ends tragically

An Afghan doctor who fled the Taliban in Kabul became trapped for years in an immigration…

Blackfalds girl, 11, raising money for Red Deer neonatal intensive care unit

BLACKFALDS – Hannah Stendie, 11, wants to give back to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit that…

A pet is often the only friend, warmth, and security a homeless person has

Pets of the Homeless helps Americans and their companion animals during holidays NEVADA – The cold…

Student who fought for her education vows to battle violence against women

EDMONTON – For Esra Kazanbas, it was personal. Very personal. The 32-year-old from Istanbul graduated from…

Red Deer girl meets her idol Dr. Roberta Bondar

RED DEER — Short on words, her eyes lit with excitement, Magdalena Kehler could only say…

Calgary’s historic city hall ‘haunted’ by ghosts

Just in time for Halloween, the city shares spooky ghost sightings inside Historic City Hall CALGARY…

Edmonton’s new Youth Poet Laureate

Timiro Mohamed, 22, is Edmonton’s 2019-20 Youth Poet Laureate. A spoken word poet, Mohamed’s work focuses…

Digital detox: Calgary father, son leave cellphones behind for one month on Mongolia expedition

Today Jamie and Khobe Clarke set out on an adventure to motorbike across Mongolia – (what…

Step back into Edmonton’s past – virtually

EDMONTON – Have you ever wondered what Edmonton’s streets looked like in the 20th century? There’s…

First Nations teach Cochrane RCMP how to build a Teepee

COCHRANE – On July 17 members of the Cochrane RCMP Detachment were given a lesson on…

Calgary Fire champions dementia awareness

CALGARY – Derek Arthurs helps vulnerable populations every day in his job as a Community Safety…

Rehabilitated black bears released into wild

COCHRANE – Two black bears rehabilitated at the Cochrane Ecological Institute have been released into remote…

House owned by one of Edmonton’s earliest woman homeowners now a historical site

EDMONTON – City council designated the Ellen Elliot residence, a two-storey Westmount home believed to have…

Edmonton house gets historical designation

EDMONTON – Edmonton city council designated the Walton L. Smith residence, a two-storey, wood-framed home built…

RCMP Auxiliary Constable completes 20 years of volunteering

EDMONTON – St. Albert RCMP honoured Auxiliary Constable Terry Cipywnyk for his 20 years as a…

UPDATE: Dispute over residential deposit resolved

UPDATED: The dispute between the landlord and the potential tenant was resolved. Ms. Smith gave the…

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