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Contaminant from coal mines already high in some Alberta rivers: unreported data

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some Alberta rivers: unreported data

EDMONTON — Some Alberta rivers and streams have already been heavily contaminated by coal mining, unreported government data suggests .
Alberta man charged with failing to self-isolate after traffic stop in Corner Brook

Alberta man charged with failing to self-isolate after traffic stop in Corner Brook

CORNER BROOK, N.L. — A 24-year-old man from Fort McMurray, Alta., is facing numerous charges including failing to self-isolate, following a traffic stop early this morning in Corner Brook, N.L.
LETTER: Behaviour toward Coun. Hughes is unbecoming of our community

LETTER: Behaviour toward Coun. Hughes is unbecoming of our community

"I commend Councillor Hughes for stepping up to work for the citizens of this community."
Coyote problem? Could be carbs, says U of A study

Coyote problem? Could be carbs, says U of A study

Researchers look at changes to coyote gut microbes
Coun. Wes Brodhead on continuing the path forward

Coun. Wes Brodhead on continuing the path forward

Brodhead talks about the vision of St. Albert in the years ahead while keeping the identity of the community secure
Good morning, St. Albert!

Good morning, St. Albert!

Happy Monday!
Is a spring election called for? St. Albertans weigh in

Is a spring election called for? St. Albertans weigh in

St. Albert residents and Sturgeon River-Parkland MP react to the possibility of an early election this year
Health Canada approves Spartan Bioscience's previously recalled rapid COVID-19 test

Health Canada approves Spartan Bioscience's previously recalled rapid COVID-19 test

TORONTO — The federal government has approved an Ottawa company's made-in-Canada rapid COVID-19 test, Health Canada confirmed Saturday as the nation's top doctor warned the virus's impact on the health-care system showed no signs of abating.
Non-essential travel ban would violate Constitution but courts might allow it: expert

Non-essential travel ban would violate Constitution but courts might allow it: expert

MONTREAL — Fear that Quebecers will catch a new variant of COVID-19 on vacation is what's driving demands by the Quebec premier for Ottawa to ban non-essential flights to the country.
Biden, PM chat; U.S., Canada have plenty of common ground to work with, Trudeau says

Biden, PM chat; U.S., Canada have plenty of common ground to work with, Trudeau says

WASHINGTON — Joe Biden's White House has a lot in common cause with Canada, Justin Trudeau said Friday as he urged people to look past the new U.S. president's decision to kill off the Keystone XL pipeline project.
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