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Silvertips ready for big first season back in Airdrie

Silvertips ready for big first season back in Airdrie

The Rockyview Silvertips of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse League (RMLL) are getting ready for a big 2024 season that will see them making a long awaited return to Airdrie and playing host to the 2024 Larry Bishop Memorial up.
Weather advisory calls for rapid cool down in Airdrie today

Weather advisory calls for rapid cool down in Airdrie today

Environment Canada issued a weather advisory on Feb. 29 saying an approaching cold front means a sudden drop in temperatures by this afternoon.
Did Reddit year-end recaps expose Russian interference in Alberta?

Did Reddit year-end recaps expose Russian interference in Alberta?

Online anti-LGBTQ+ harassment and engaging with small communities are documented foreign interference tactics, but they have so far not been observed in Canada.
Horses, skiing and cheese returning to Foothills at Skijordue '24

Horses, skiing and cheese returning to Foothills at Skijordue '24

Hold your horses, Foothills residents: the greatest show on snow is returning to Millarville on March 2.
Airdrie's Urgent Care renovations are back on track

Airdrie's Urgent Care renovations are back on track

Airdrie's Urgent Care's recently paused renovations are back on track while the government continues to explore all options to improve Healthcare for the community.
Feb. 29 is rare disease day

Feb. 29 is rare disease day

"Rare diseases have an immense impact on a person's life – including my own daughter, Madi, who lives with Cystic Fibrosis (CF)," says Beth Vanstone, a CF advocate.
Oil and gas companies owe $250M in taxes to Alberta's rural municipalities

Oil and gas companies owe $250M in taxes to Alberta's rural municipalities

Oil and gas companies operating in rural Alberta municipalities now owe more than $252 million in unpaid municipal property taxes
Alberta announces new rules and land use bans for renewable industry

Alberta announces new rules and land use bans for renewable industry

The new regulations include a ban on renewable energy developments of Class 1 and Class 2 land in the province, "unless the proponent can demonstrate the ability for both crops and or livestock to coexist with the renewable generation project," Premier Danielle Smith said during a press event on Wednesday.
Alberta's new rules on renewables jeopardizes millions in tax revenue: BRC

Alberta's new rules on renewables jeopardizes millions in tax revenue: BRC

New rules announced on eve of Province's seven-month moratorium on renewable energy projects expiring
Calgary Police seeking missing man

Calgary Police seeking missing man

Missing man last seen in Brooks on Jan. 25.
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