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Cavalry FC extends run of dominance in Al-Classico

Cavalry FC extends run of dominance in Al-Classico

The south dominates soccer's battle of Alberta in weekend match.
Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister, experts

Airlines must be accountable for flight problems: transport minister, experts

After a series of nerve-fraying flight delays and cancellations, Jenn Bertschi made it to her grandmother's funeral with minutes to spare.
Racialized caricature of Singh and Trudeau makes Sundre parade go viral for wrong reasons

Racialized caricature of Singh and Trudeau makes Sundre parade go viral for wrong reasons

Sundre Pro Rodeo Parade committee organizers says a entry drawing criticism for its racialized depiction of federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh was not approved; will more thoroughly vet entries in future
Woman dozes off on train tracks, escapes injury as train screeches to halt

Woman dozes off on train tracks, escapes injury as train screeches to halt

A Prince Albert, Sask., woman has narrowly escaped serious injury after falling asleep between a set of train tracks.
Rural communities aging, shrinking: paper

Rural communities aging, shrinking: paper

Many towns and communities further away from big centres, such as in the north and east of the province, are facing population stagnation struggles.
People with COVID-19 can infect and sicken cats and dogs by cuddling them, says study

People with COVID-19 can infect and sicken cats and dogs by cuddling them, says study

Cat and dog owners who cuddle their pets when infected with COVID-19 could end up making the animals sick with the virus, according to a Canadian study.
Alberta's top court reduces parole ineligibilities in three multiple murder cases

Alberta's top court reduces parole ineligibilities in three multiple murder cases

Alberta's top court has reduced the parole eligibilities in three high-profile multiple murder cases to bring them in line with a recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling.
Fertilizer use drives emissions in agriculture: report

Fertilizer use drives emissions in agriculture: report

"In western provinces we’ve seen a tripling or quadrupling of fertilizer tonnage over the last 30 years," said Darrin Qualman, director of climate crisis policy and action at the National Farmers Union.
Nearly half of Canadian renters expect to stay tenants indefinitely: survey

Nearly half of Canadian renters expect to stay tenants indefinitely: survey

Almost half of Canadians who rent say they will continue to do so indefinitely and aren't sure when they'll be able to get into the housing market, says a new survey.
The 2022 wedding boom: Budget 30% more amid inflation, shortages

The 2022 wedding boom: Budget 30% more amid inflation, shortages

The already competitive and pricey wedding industry has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, 30-year high inflation, supply chain challenges and labour shortages