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Cochrane Cool Choir ends season with $1,200 donation to Helping Hands

Cochrane Cool Choir ends season with $1,200 donation to Helping Hands

As they prepare for the next season, DeCoteau said the choir has plans to step away from Cool Choir in Calgary and become its own independent, non-profit choir in Cochrane.
Athabasca County looks at ways to get high-speed Internet to rural locations

Athabasca County looks at ways to get high-speed Internet to rural locations

Administration exploring Hook’d Broadband’s technology for places like Wandering River
Canadians eligible for GST credit expected to receive 'grocery rebate' today

Canadians eligible for GST credit expected to receive 'grocery rebate' today

The federal government also provided a similar payment last fall in what it said was an effort to blunt the effect of high inflation on low and modest-income families. 
Blue-green algae advisory issued for Thunder Lake

Blue-green algae advisory issued for Thunder Lake

Contact with cyanobacteria can cause skin irritation, rash, fever, nausea and other symptoms
CP NewsAlert: Canadian government suspends advertising on Facebook, Instagram

CP NewsAlert: Canadian government suspends advertising on Facebook, Instagram

The decision comes after Meta began blocking Canadian news content on its Facebook and Instagram
Nearly 2,000 Air Canada flights delayed, cancelled over long weekend

Nearly 2,000 Air Canada flights delayed, cancelled over long weekend

MONTREAL — Air Canada delayed or cancelled nearly 2,000 flights over the Canada Day long weekend in a potential taste of more trouble ahead for passengers.
Southern Alberta couple $1 million richer

Southern Alberta couple $1 million richer

Millarville residents Gary and Mergitte White won the million-dollar Western Max prize on a draw in June.
Quebecor pulls ads from Facebook and Instagram in response to plan to block news

Quebecor pulls ads from Facebook and Instagram in response to plan to block news

Quebecor says it is making its move after Meta's "categorical refusal" to enter into negotiations.
UNESCO reaffirms threats to Wood Buffalo National Park; calls for action on oilsands

UNESCO reaffirms threats to Wood Buffalo National Park; calls for action on oilsands

A United Nations body has affirmed earlier findings that Canada's largest national park remains under environmental threats from dams, oilsands development and climate change.
Arsonist charged in Lake Louise staff accommodation fire

Arsonist charged in Lake Louise staff accommodation fire

Man accused of barricading burning room and trying to stab people in fire at Lake Louise staff housing complex.
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