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Bellerose pedals up storm for bike-a-thon

Bellerose pedals up storm for bike-a-thon

More than 600 students have pedalled their hearts out this week for Bellerose Composite High School's eighth annual bike-a-thon for cancer research.

Province unveils new emergency radio system

A new emergency radio system designed to make it easier for police, fire and ambulance workers to talk to each other will roll out province-wide in 2014, the government announced last week.


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Afghanistan through his lens

Afghanistan through his lens

It's a late January afternoon in sunny Afghanistan. David Bowering is kicking back with the rest of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade when the call comes in on the radio: "Medevac! Medevac! Medevac!" He's in the air minutes later.

Feds to slash climate change funds by 59%

Climate change is on the chopping block this month as the federal government prepares to slash some $10 billion from its budget. The federal treasury board secretariat released its Main Estimates report for 2011-12 Tuesday.

Landowner rights still a hot-button issue despite changes

While pleased with some of the changes the province has proposed to the Alberta Land Stewardship Act, a St. Albert lawyer said there are still problems with the controversial piece of legislation.

Fewer emergency patients waiting for admission

Capital region hospitals, including the Sturgeon, have seen a significant decrease in the number of patients waiting in the emergency department for beds, but many facilities are not meeting their wait time targets, according to information released

Fatal ATV accident leads to probation

An Edmonton man who pleaded guilty for his role in an ATV accident that claimed his brother's life also faced a tearful sister who implored him to turn his life around.
Man of few words makes impression on council

Man of few words makes impression on council

It's not often a politician makes a name for himself by keeping quiet but that's what is happening on city council with rookie member Wes Brodhead.

Space crunch at francophone school

With enrolment expected to rise next year, parents and staff at école Alexandre Taché want a standalone francophone high school to replace a cramped temporary setup housed in the basement of the Youville Home.