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More than 44,000 Hatch baby sound machine power adapters recalled in Canada

More than 44,000 Hatch baby sound machine power adapters recalled in Canada

Health Canada says thousands of power adapters sold with baby sound machines are being recalled due to an electrical hazard.
Glass adds to lead in Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby

Glass adds to lead in Calgary Stampede Rangeland Derby

Chuckwagons: High River driver tops field through three days
Northern Alberta town home to Canada’s first Disability Pride crosswalk

Northern Alberta town home to Canada’s first Disability Pride crosswalk

Between 30 to 40 people braved the heat to paint Canada's first Disability Pride crosswalk on Main Street in Barrhead, Alberta this weekend
$100,000 damage done by copper thieves to Central Alberta oilfield site

$100,000 damage done by copper thieves to Central Alberta oilfield site

Copper theft from an Alberta oil site caused major damage this weekend
After highway death of a beloved bear in B.C., experts look for lessons

After highway death of a beloved bear in B.C., experts look for lessons

Tragedy struck last month when Nakoda's two cubs were struck and killed by a vehicle, followed by their mother, killed in a second collision about 12 hours later.
Most Canadians think Trudeau will stay on to the next election: poll

Most Canadians think Trudeau will stay on to the next election: poll

A majority of Canadians think Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will stay on to lead his party in the next election even as his approval ratings are still extremely low, a new poll suggests.
Confidence in government crashes as Canadians feel left behind, survey reveals

Confidence in government crashes as Canadians feel left behind, survey reveals

Canadian Forces and flags still elicit pride, but economy sees major drop
Crime situation a continuing problem downtown Lethbridge

Crime situation a continuing problem downtown Lethbridge

Editor’s Note: This is the second article in a three-part series. As more officers are hired by the Lethbridge Police Service, some residents still feel as though not enough is being done to solve the problems downtown.
Alberta couple gifted new puppy after losing pet in dog attack

Alberta couple gifted new puppy after losing pet in dog attack

Compassion for dog killed in attack brings out the community's overwhelming support and kindness, including the gift a new puppy
Saskatchewan's minimum wage will match Alberta's this fall

Saskatchewan's minimum wage will match Alberta's this fall

The Government of Saskatchewan announced on July 2 that the provincial minimum wage rate will increase from $14 to $15 per hour effective Oct. 1
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