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Future becomes brighter for Mighty Max

Future becomes brighter for Mighty Max

Alberta government announces funding for world’s most expensive drug
'Raising the alarm:' Priority vaccines urged for homeless people, shelter staff

'Raising the alarm:' Priority vaccines urged for homeless people, shelter staff

Research on people who are homeless in Ontario found they were 20 times more likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19 than the general public, 10 times more likely to end up in intensive care and five times more likely to die within 21 days of a diagnosis.
Black Canadian leaders and artists reflect on Black History Month in 2021

Black Canadian leaders and artists reflect on Black History Month in 2021

Five Black Canadian leaders and artists offer their perspectives on both celebrating and contending with our country's Black history, and the path forward in the years to come.
Sailor booted out of Canadian navy over involvement with online hate groups

Sailor booted out of Canadian navy over involvement with online hate groups

Mihajlovic’s online involvement with a violent neo-Nazi website called IronMarch was first exposed by anonymous hackers in the fall of 2019.
Imperial Oil reports $1.15B loss on writedown, sees pandemic-related fuel demand cut

Imperial Oil reports $1.15B loss on writedown, sees pandemic-related fuel demand cut

CEO Brad Corson said demand for gasoline in January was at about 70 to 75 per cent of normal after recovering to near-normal levels in the third quarter last year.
Highwood MLA says he's hearing constituent concerns on coal policy

Highwood MLA says he's hearing constituent concerns on coal policy

RJ Sigurdson said he's heard the voices of constituents loud and clear and is taking concerns on the coal policy forward to the provincial government.
Canmore council to send letter urging Premier Jason Kenney to reinstate coal policy

Canmore council to send letter urging Premier Jason Kenney to reinstate coal policy

Canmore Councillor Esmé Comfort put forward a successful motion on Tuesday (Feb. 2) to direct the mayor to write a letter to Premier Jason Kenney urging him to reinstate the 1976 coal policy rescinded by the UCP government last year.
CP undertaking massive cleanup operation after grain train derailment

CP undertaking massive cleanup operation after grain train derailment

Parks Canada has staff at the site of last week's grain train derailment west of Field to make sure wildlife keeps away.
Amber Valley's place in Canadian history

Amber Valley's place in Canadian history

Black settlers came to Canada to escape racist Jim Crow laws in the American South.
Online storytellers celebrate Black History Month

Online storytellers celebrate Black History Month

As February marks Black History Month, an Alberta-based organization’s online storytelling experience will focus on telling the stories of the black experience in Canada.