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Alberta announces $21.5 million to aid homeless, other vulnerable residents

Alberta announces $21.5 million to aid homeless, other vulnerable residents

There are about 2,800 people in the Alberta capital experiencing homelessness — double the number it was in 2019, said the organization Affordable Housing and Homelessness in Edmonton.
B.C. shares new photos of devastation on Coquihalla Highway

B.C. shares new photos of devastation on Coquihalla Highway

It's unknown when Highway 5 will reopen to motorists.
Trans Mountain pipeline still out of commission

Trans Mountain pipeline still out of commission

Expansion work continues in areas not impacted by the extreme weather.
Former Miss Rodeo Sundre earns national title

Former Miss Rodeo Sundre earns national title

Jayden Calvert becomes second past local queen to be crowned Miss Rodeo Canada
Bow Valley wolf pup killed on train tracks

Bow Valley wolf pup killed on train tracks

“We seem to be in this tug of war with CP rail over the concept of shareholder value and the push for longer, faster trains while conveniently ignoring the collateral damage of the impact of those decisions.”
B.C. formally requests federal military support in flood response

B.C. formally requests federal military support in flood response

Canadian Air Force assets have already been involved in rescues over the past two days, including at Highway 7 in Agassiz where hundreds were trapped between two slides.
Rogue barge runs aground on Vancouver beach during massive windstorm (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

Rogue barge runs aground on Vancouver beach during massive windstorm (PHOTOS + VIDEO)

The "runaway barge" is dangerously close to the seawall
Alberta latest province to ink $10-a-day child-care deal with federal government

Alberta latest province to ink $10-a-day child-care deal with federal government

Child-care fees are to be halved by next year and reduced to an average of $10 a day by 2026.
Green groups greet climate deal with hope, frustration after last-minute compromise

Green groups greet climate deal with hope, frustration after last-minute compromise

Canada has joined more than 20 countries in promising to end subsidies for fossil fuels projects overseas. And the deal itself calls for an eventual end of some coal power and of fossil-fuel subsidies.
Alberta now requires vaccine record with QR code for its passport program

Alberta now requires vaccine record with QR code for its passport program

Starting today, previous Alberta immunization records without a scannable QR code will no longer be accepted as proof of vaccination under the Restrictions Exemption Program.