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St. Albert starting to turn pink

St. Albert starting to turn pink

When it comes to fighting cancer and raising money for charity, many St. Albertans are putting a lot on the line. Their hairline, that is. There are less than two weeks left before the main event of the St.
Morton resigns from cabinet

Morton resigns from cabinet

Alberta Finance Minister Ted Morton resigned from cabinet Thursday afternoon saying he plans to run in the upcoming leadership race later this year.
Roof collapses prompt vigilance but few worries

Roof collapses prompt vigilance but few worries

Concern about the potential for a roof collapse has prompted the St. Albert Senior Citizens' Club to do some preventative snow clearing.

Health Monitor

The fish in the St. Lawrence Seaway are likely much happier given the increased amount of antidepressants found in the river’s water, according to the University of Montreal. According to Dr.
The magic of chemistry

The magic of chemistry

Magic and chemistry share a tight bond for Joe Schwarcz. It all started when he saw a magician perform at a birthday party when he was in Grade 6, recalls the celebrity professor.

Woman dies in icy crash north of Legal

Icy road conditions and rain claimed the life of a woman in her mid-60s early Wednesday morning on Highway 2 north of Legal.
An arm and a leg

An arm and a leg

It's the start of a typical day for Grant Bush: wake up, hit the bathroom and put on the arm. It's a simple cable-operated limb with a hook that can open and close on the end, he explains. "I can pick up an egg, control the sensitivity ...
Horner mulling future after premier's announcement

Horner mulling future after premier's announcement

Local MLA and Deputy Premier Doug Horner said he is considering putting his name forward for the upcoming PC leadership race but said he needs to discuss the matter with family before making a final decision.

Critics argue legislation threatens property rights

Opposition to a series of laws approved by the provincial government in recent years is building as critics argue it will impact Albertans’ property rights.
Oil's well in Alberta?

Oil's well in Alberta?

How many liquid slaves did you use today? That was one of the many big questions raised last week during a free conference on the oilsands at Edmonton's King's University College.