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One arrested in suspicious death of Airdrie woman: RCMP

One arrested in suspicious death of Airdrie woman: RCMP

Police are not seeking any additional suspects at this time and there is no risk to the public.
Alberta sets record on active COVID cases, top doctor unsure when peak will hit

Alberta sets record on active COVID cases, top doctor unsure when peak will hit

EDMONTON — Alberta is reporting a new record high of COVID-19 cases and its chief medical officer of health warns it’s still too soon to predict when the tsunami wave of Omicron-driven illnesses will crest.
Food industry requests emergency access to temporary foreign workers amid labour woes

Food industry requests emergency access to temporary foreign workers amid labour woes

CALGARY — Canadian food processors hard-hit by labour shortages are asking the federal government for emergency access to more temporary foreign workers.
COVID-19 cases climb in High River meat packing plant

COVID-19 cases climb in High River meat packing plant

Cargill union representatives for workers at High River, Alberta plant call for company to release case data and details on additional safety measures.
Canmore curler to fight for Olympic gold in mixed curling

Canmore curler to fight for Olympic gold in mixed curling

Another Alberta athlete is off to Beijing.
VIDEO: Wind gusts flip plane and pilot at Springbank Airport

VIDEO: Wind gusts flip plane and pilot at Springbank Airport

Winds of more than 74 km/h flipped Cessna 182 at an airport west of Calgary Jan. 11.
Appeal Court cuts sentence in half for Alberta battered woman who killed her husband

Appeal Court cuts sentence in half for Alberta battered woman who killed her husband

EDMONTON — The Alberta Court of Appeal has cut in half the 18-year prison sentence for an Alberta woman who admitted to shooting her husband in the head and dumping his body in a pond.
Albertans can now book provincial campground sites year-round

Albertans can now book provincial campground sites year-round

No more mad dash to book summer spots at Alberta's provincial campgrounds.
Regulator rules it's too early for public group to have role in ATCO probe talks

Regulator rules it's too early for public group to have role in ATCO probe talks

EDMONTON — Alberta's utilities regulator has ruled on whether a consumer's group can address an investigation into alleged wrongdoing by one of the province's main power providers.
Alberta premier says he won't follow Quebec plan to levy fee on COVID-19 unvaccinated

Alberta premier says he won't follow Quebec plan to levy fee on COVID-19 unvaccinated

EDMONTON — Premier Jason Kenney says Alberta will not be following Quebec's plan to impose a financial penalty on those who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID-19.