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GoFundMe created for Airdrie father killed by impaired driver

GoFundMe created for Airdrie father killed by impaired driver

Aimee Forseth said her husband Matt was always playful, funny, goofy and loved to joke around. His three teenaged daughters Brooklynn, Cheyenne and Phoenyx were his pride and joy.
Not just ERs: Alberta expands locations for ambulances to take non-urgent cases

Not just ERs: Alberta expands locations for ambulances to take non-urgent cases

The Alberta government is expanding drop-off locations for ambulance operators to reduce non-urgent transfers to emergency departments.
'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

'Steer the market': Study finds $23B in federal, provincial pipeline support

Taxpayer dollars are heavily distorting Canada's financial marketplace in favour of fossil fuel pipelines, new research suggests.
Banff, Canmore launch bold wildlife campaign

Banff, Canmore launch bold wildlife campaign

“Bear 148 was harassed by dogs, she was harassed by people wanting to take her picture and there were many people, including locals, who didn’t feel a need to pay attention to the restrictions that had been put in place for her protection.”
Babies born to Banff's backcountry bison

Babies born to Banff's backcountry bison

“The rate at which the herd is reproducing is a pretty good indication of how they are doing and how healthy the herd is."
Trudeau hits road for green announcement in campaign-style appearance

Trudeau hits road for green announcement in campaign-style appearance

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is back on the road, announcing hundreds of millions of dollars in climate spending from his Liberal government Monday in what would not have looked out of place on the campaign trail.
Increase in youth opioid deaths during pandemic alarming, says report

Increase in youth opioid deaths during pandemic alarming, says report

We need to meet young people where they are at, says the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate.
Banff visitors reminded 'a fed bear is a dead bear'

Banff visitors reminded 'a fed bear is a dead bear'

“The time for warnings is over. I think we also have to stop saying ‘please’ to visitors and be more directed in what we are saying."
Ottawa spent nearly $20 million on COVID-19 tracking app — with inconclusive results

Ottawa spent nearly $20 million on COVID-19 tracking app — with inconclusive results

The federal government spent $20 million on a smartphone application designed to alert users to possible COVID-19 exposures, with only about one in five Canadians downloading and using the COVID Alert app.
Border restrictions to begin easing, slowly, for fully vaccinated Canadian travellers

Border restrictions to begin easing, slowly, for fully vaccinated Canadian travellers

"I think we can expect, certainly in the early days, individuals believing that, you know, July 5 is here, Canada is now open for tourism, recreation, and things of that nature. That is not the case," said Denis Vinette, Canada Border Services Agency vice-president, travellers branch.