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Trans Mountain pipeline likely to be back in operation by end of the week

Trans Mountain pipeline likely to be back in operation by end of the week

It's the longest shutdown in the line's 70-year history.
Historical missing persons case from 1967 highlighted in national initiative

Historical missing persons case from 1967 highlighted in national initiative

More than half a century later, Bonnvyille RCMP are revisiting a missing persons case involving a Bonnyville woman, Margaret Mildred Batoche, who was reported missing by her family in 1967.
'Significant milestone:' COVID vaccine plans for children roll out across the country

'Significant milestone:' COVID vaccine plans for children roll out across the country

Ontario, Manitoba parents can start booking vaccine appointments for their children this week.
Kenney more confident in his leadership following United Conservative Party meeting

Kenney more confident in his leadership following United Conservative Party meeting

A leadership review is scheduled to take place next April but could come sooner as 22 constituency associations have signed a letter to the party executive calling for an advance vote.
Sundre-area cowboy is a Canadian champion

Sundre-area cowboy is a Canadian champion

Riley Warren claims first tie-down roping title
Banff visitors support human use restrictions to protect grizzly bears

Banff visitors support human use restrictions to protect grizzly bears

“I was really pleasantly surprised at how many people were very supportive of prioritizing grizzly bear needs over their own recreational needs.”
B.C. restricting access to gas, prohibiting travel on certain routes amid supply chain disruptions

B.C. restricting access to gas, prohibiting travel on certain routes amid supply chain disruptions

Drivers in southwestern B.C., Vancouver Island and the Sunshine Coast face new restrictions.
More military deployments amid flooding state of emergency

More military deployments amid flooding state of emergency

More than 200 troops are on standby in Edmonton awaiting orders to deploy to B.C.
Alberta Agriculture assessing help for flood-impacted B.C. producers: Horner

Alberta Agriculture assessing help for flood-impacted B.C. producers: Horner

Federal, provincial ag ministers answer questions while at Olds College today
Health Canada approves first COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged five to 11

Health Canada approves first COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged five to 11

After a thorough review of the data, the department has determined the benefits of the vaccine for children between five and 11 years of age outweigh the risks, Health Canada said in a statement Friday. 
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