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Two more people involved in Alberta border blockade face charges

Two more people involved in Alberta border blockade face charges

RCMP say they have laid additional charges related to an almost three-week protest at Alberta's main U.S. border crossing at Coutts.
Traffic Safety Act changes include reduced speed rules for more drivers

Traffic Safety Act changes include reduced speed rules for more drivers

More lanes of traffic will need to slow down when passing roadside workers, emergency vehicles and tow trucks with their lights on after the Province announced changes to the Traffic Safety Act.
Former Central Alberta school teacher faces sex offence charges

Former Central Alberta school teacher faces sex offence charges

Didsbury RCMP distributed a photograph of Harley Arthur Dickinson, a former teacher, accused of sexual offences against a minor and are asking the public to speak to police if they know of any similar offences involving the now 72-year-old.
Announcement on COVID-19 test requirement ending expected: source

Announcement on COVID-19 test requirement ending expected: source

Vaccinated travellers will no longer require a negative COVID-19 test to come to Canada as of April 1, according to a source in the federal government.
CRA collection efforts will ramp up before tax season

CRA collection efforts will ramp up before tax season

Do have outstanding taxes? The CRA is planning to collect with a "people-centred" approach and work with people as the agency ramps up collection efforts prior to tax season.
VIDEO: Pets unaccounted for after blaze destroys 2 homes in Okotoks

VIDEO: Pets unaccounted for after blaze destroys 2 homes in Okotoks

Multiple callers reported explosions after a house in Okotoks caught fire Monday afternoon
Jean wins seat, wants UCP leadership change

Jean wins seat, wants UCP leadership change

Brian Jean takes decisive win in Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche by-election.
Five elk killed after being hit by train in Banff

Five elk killed after being hit by train in Banff

“We went out to investigate and we found two elk that were killed instantly by that collision… We found three others that were injured and had to be euthanized for animal care reasons.” ~ Dan Rafla, a human-wildlife coexistence specialist for Banff National Park.
Four Alberta border protesters have court dates adjourned on charges of conspiracy to commit murder

Four Alberta border protesters have court dates adjourned on charges of conspiracy to commit murder

Four men charged with conspiracy to commit murder after arrests at last month's border blockade in southern Alberta made brief court appearances March 15.
Increasing airfares could come as a result of rising fuel prices

Increasing airfares could come as a result of rising fuel prices

Flying could be getting even more expensive just as travel is picking up.
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