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RCMP announce investigation into Calling Lake community lockdown

RCMP announce investigation into Calling Lake community lockdown

Reports of an armed individual resulted in two-hour emergency protocols in school, public areas April 11
Aberta's new continuing care regulations 'extremely dangerous': Critics

Aberta's new continuing care regulations 'extremely dangerous': Critics

Representatives from United Nurses of Alberta, Alberta Union of Provincial Employees concerned over new regulations for continuing care.
Machete attack nets Northern Alberta man a one-year sentence

Machete attack nets Northern Alberta man a one-year sentence

'It just doesn’t get more dangerous than that,’ says Justice Gregory Rice of machete attack in a Calling Lake home.
Athabasca rallies around victims of targeted arson

Athabasca rallies around victims of targeted arson

In the aftermath of a devastating fire where "Go Home" was spray painted on their garage, Jessica Delgado called community support ‘amazing’
Wabasca RCMP charge 20-year-old woman with second degree murder

Wabasca RCMP charge 20-year-old woman with second degree murder

Officers arrested the suspect on scene after responding to report of assault
Two killers await sentencing for roles in 2019 murder of Nature Duperron

Two killers await sentencing for roles in 2019 murder of Nature Duperron

“Her youngest son still cries for her, and there’s nothing I can do or say to take his pain away.”
Athabasca County will consider STARS funding increase

Athabasca County will consider STARS funding increase

Request will be added to upcoming budget discussions
Vandalism on the rise in Athabasca, say residents left to deal with damage

Vandalism on the rise in Athabasca, say residents left to deal with damage

Social-media post garnered significant community traction after plant displays hit for a second time
Athabasca restaurant provides judgement-free food for the hungry

Athabasca restaurant provides judgement-free food for the hungry

Hungry customers at a Northern Alberta bakery only need to take a prepaid bead from the communal container and present it as payment for hot soup and a bun.
Man who lit co-worker’s pants on fire faces probation

Man who lit co-worker’s pants on fire faces probation

Stephen Wasieczko lost his job following December 2021 incident
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