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Howard May

Howard May

Howard was a journalist with the Calgary Herald and with the Abbotsford Times in BC, where he won a BC/Yukon Community Newspaper Association award for best outdoor writing.

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Recent Work by Howard

Heat pumps now a viable alternative in Alberta, says home heating expert

Heat pumps now a viable alternative in Alberta, says home heating expert

Cold climates are seeing a resurgent attention on heat pumps, due in part to technological advances that have finally allowed them to perform in cold temperatures.
Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Today is the last day to apply for the federal Greener Homes grant

Want a greener home with federal financial assistance? Application deadline is today for the Federal Greener Homes grants.
Sentencing hearing bumped two weeks for man accused in Alberta Uber driver murder

Sentencing hearing bumped two weeks for man accused in Alberta Uber driver murder

Robert Daignault, the third member of the trio involved in a botched robbery that started in Calgary and ended on a remote rural road near the Springbank airport four years ago had his sentencing hearing postponed Wednesday in Calgary
Expert says vigilance, surveillance and increased trapping only hope to contain wild boars in Alberta

Expert says vigilance, surveillance and increased trapping only hope to contain wild boars in Alberta

Wild boar, a serious invasive species threat, have so far been found in about 24 out of 74 municipalities in Alberta.
News conference leaves unanswered questions on alleged Team Canada sexual assault

News conference leaves unanswered questions on alleged Team Canada sexual assault

"As a police officer working in this space for many years, I can tell you that this is a difficult, difficult situation for all victims and survivors of sexual violence.”
Dillon Dube charged with sexual assault along with teammates in 2018 incident

Dillon Dube charged with sexual assault along with teammates in 2018 incident

Cochrane's Dube charged in an alleged sexual assault in June 2018.
Third member of Calgary robbery gang convicted of manslaughter

Third member of Calgary robbery gang convicted of manslaughter

The last participant in a botched robbery that ended near the Springbank airport four years ago was convicted today
ASIRT determines Cochrane RCMP's shooting of armed man reasonable use of force

ASIRT determines Cochrane RCMP's shooting of armed man reasonable use of force

ASIRT releases results of investigation into fatal shooting involving Cochrane RCMP on Dec. 7, 2019.
Scammers posing as grandson steal $12,000 from Alberta senior

Scammers posing as grandson steal $12,000 from Alberta senior

Scammers bilked an 80-year-old grandmother out of $12,000 after posing as her grandson
Opponents cautiously optimistic as clearcut in Kananaskis appears to be on hold

Opponents cautiously optimistic as clearcut in Kananaskis appears to be on hold

“Logging rules in Alberta are pretty antiquated – companies have a lot of sway,” Villeneuve said. “The rules they created 60 years ago are probably not sound, scientifically.”
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