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Banff National Park open to new alpine huts

Banff National Park open to new alpine huts

Development of commercial roofed accommodation in wilderness zones has long been prohibited, but that could be changing.
Baseball bat attack earns six months in jail

Baseball bat attack earns six months in jail

Business owner in Northern Alberta hamlet was bleeding profusely after being struck twice in the head and once in the back.
Police in Calgary lay dozens of charges against two men over 3-D gun manufacturing

Police in Calgary lay dozens of charges against two men over 3-D gun manufacturing

Two men suspected of running a firearms production and trafficking operation are now facing 66 charges.
Stolen pickup involved in wild police chase near Strathmore

Stolen pickup involved in wild police chase near Strathmore

Red Deer man faces 22 charges in connection with an incident involving two stolen vehicles and some erratic driving on Highway 1.
Invasive crayfish discovered in Southern Alberta lake

Invasive crayfish discovered in Southern Alberta lake

Parks Canada suspects somebody let an invasive species into Banff National Park, possibly as bait fish.
Nurse on lam after assault conviction committed professional misconduct: college

Nurse on lam after assault conviction committed professional misconduct: college

James Edward Christie fled Canada in 2017 during the appeal of his convictions for assaulting three elderly Vancouver Island residents.
91-year-old Canmore woman stops charging black bear with bear spray

91-year-old Canmore woman stops charging black bear with bear spray

"He dropped on his legs and he charged at us. He was running fast, fast fast – they can run.”
'We feel really violated': Newlyweds say thieves stole priceless family heirlooms

'We feel really violated': Newlyweds say thieves stole priceless family heirlooms

Honeymooners had all their wedding gifts stolen from their car while on an afternoon bike ride in Vancouver's Stanley Park.
One of the last female pilots of the Second World War has died

One of the last female pilots of the Second World War has died

Longtime North Vancouver resident Jaye Edwards, 103, was one of 168 women who flew planes for the Royal Air Force.
'You will not win': Facebook accounts of Alberta UCP leadership candidate hacked

'You will not win': Facebook accounts of Alberta UCP leadership candidate hacked

A candidate for the leadership of the United Conservative Party says there's no doubt hacks on her social media accounts were targeted.
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