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COVID numbers continue to decline

COVID numbers continue to decline

Intensive care admissions due to COVID-19 have reached their lowest levels since Oct. 2020, but the overall pressure on the health system continues, Minister of Health Jason Copping said Wednesday.
B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

B.C. premier says he'll step aside as NDP leader, won't seek re-election

Premier John Horgan said after two bouts of cancer — throat cancer in 2021 and bladder cancer in 2008 — he is tired.
Canadian governments OK settlement with Purdue Pharma over opioid addictions

Canadian governments OK settlement with Purdue Pharma over opioid addictions

A proposed settlement with Purdue Pharma Canada covering all provinces and territories has been reached for the recovery of health-care costs related to the sale and marketing of opioid-based pain medication
Two-year Peace Bond signed by woman charged under the Animal Protection Act

Two-year Peace Bond signed by woman charged under the Animal Protection Act

Northern Alberta woman charged in animal neglect relating to horses has entered into a peace bond and the charges against her were withdrawn.
Sundre council denounces float depicting racialized caricature of Jagmeet Singh

Sundre council denounces float depicting racialized caricature of Jagmeet Singh

Sundre's mayor says "council does not condone racism in this community of any kind" at first meeting following controversial parade float.
Sandra Oh, Donovan Bailey among dozens appointed to Order of Canada

Sandra Oh, Donovan Bailey among dozens appointed to Order of Canada

Film and TV actress Sandra Oh and track champion Donovan Bailey are among dozens of performers, athletes, advocates and experts newly named to Canada's highest civilian honour. Gov. Gen.
Rare white grizzly relocated away from deadly highway to safer area

Rare white grizzly relocated away from deadly highway to safer area

A rare white grizzly bear has been relocated away from the deadly Trans-Canada Highway in an attempt to save her life.
Back in black: Alberta ends latest fiscal year with $3.9B surplus as oil, gas surge

Back in black: Alberta ends latest fiscal year with $3.9B surplus as oil, gas surge

Alberta is back in the black in a big way — turbocharged by high-flying oil prices.
Canada's business case for Trans Mountain assumes 100 years of operation

Canada's business case for Trans Mountain assumes 100 years of operation

Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux is questioning the production timeline used in deciding the commercial viability of the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Love at first… smell? New research proves body odour can help humans tell friend from foe

Subconsciously, humans are sniffing themselves all the time. But did you know you might be sniffing out friendship too?