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Chris Zwick

Chris Zwick

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Weapon threat puts Northern Alberta high school on hold and secure

Weapon threat puts Northern Alberta high school on hold and secure

RCMP were called to Edwin Parr Composite School in Athabasca after a student allegedly attempted to assault another student with a weapon.
Northern Alberta man receives lifetime firearms ban

Northern Alberta man receives lifetime firearms ban

Man from Buffalo Lake Métis Settlement, who has 42 convictions in the last 10 years, pleaded guilty to driving while prohibited and possession of a firearm contrary to a court order.
Collision with train traps driver under dash for hours

Collision with train traps driver under dash for hours

Man is in stable condition in an Edmonton hospital after three surgeries following accident on Highway 63 in Northern Alberta.
Man struck by police vehicle did not have Charter rights violated: judge

Man struck by police vehicle did not have Charter rights violated: judge

Suspect fleeing on foot from stolen truck to be sentenced on three charges after hour-long pursuit in Northern Alberta.
Shovels in the ground for Northern Alberta bridge

Shovels in the ground for Northern Alberta bridge

$70-million span across the Athabasca River is expected to open to traffic in 2025.
Man with “superhuman strength” gets 101 days

Man with “superhuman strength” gets 101 days

“He was very easily handling us. It surprised me," says RCMP officer during trial of Northern Alberta man.
RCMP recover stolen excavator

RCMP recover stolen excavator

A search warrant executed on a Northern Alberta property turned up a very expensive piece of stolen machinery.
St. Albert firm awarded $70M contract to build new bridge in Athabasca

St. Albert firm awarded $70M contract to build new bridge in Athabasca

Alberco Construction Ltd. is finalizing supplier contracts and material delivery for construction in late summer.
Anonymous donor comes through for Thunder family gravestones

Anonymous donor comes through for Thunder family gravestones

A Northern Alberta family who suffered double tragedy two years ago will be able to mark deceased family member's graves thanks to an anonymous donor.
VIDEO: Premier in Athabasca March 24 ahead of leadership review

VIDEO: Premier in Athabasca March 24 ahead of leadership review

Premier Jason Kenney was in Athabasca last week and answered question on UCP division, COVID vaccinations, and the war in Ukraine.