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Great-granddaughter of Black settlers chronicles Alberta’s little-known history

Great-granddaughter of Black settlers chronicles Alberta’s little-known history

From co-founding a historical society to leading walking tours and contributing research for museum exhibits, Debbie Beaver is preserving a vital part of a province’s history for all to know.
Commentary: Eating disorders combine secrecy and compulsion

Commentary: Eating disorders combine secrecy and compulsion

Health columnists say eating disorders are another of the consequences of COVID-19
Celebrate the Lunar New Year: Four things to do in Edmonton and Calgary

Celebrate the Lunar New Year: Four things to do in Edmonton and Calgary

The Year of the Ox begins Feb. 12, and Chinese communities in Edmonton, Calgary and beyond have options to celebrate the new year.
Vehicle thefts down across Alberta during pandemic, say RCMP

Vehicle thefts down across Alberta during pandemic, say RCMP

RCMP say there has been a decrease in the number of thefts of motor vehicles and thefts from vehicles
Ravenswood residents evacuated as RCMP conducts six-hour standoff along Yankee Valley Blvd.

Ravenswood residents evacuated as RCMP conducts six-hour standoff along Yankee Valley Blvd.

A six-hour standoff between Airdrie RCMP officers and the driver of a motor home on Yankee Valley Boulevard took place on Feb. 1 and 2.
Remembering the backyard rink

Remembering the backyard rink

Many a Canadian will recall a childhood filled with memories of the backyard rink. Columnist Curtis Stock takes a fond look back at his own family tradition on the ice.
Celebrate Black History Month with UCalgary

Celebrate Black History Month with UCalgary

Explore the history and contributions of Black Canadians and register for virtual events featuring members of the UCalgary community
Judge rejects request to release suspect in fatal hit-and-run death of police officer

Judge rejects request to release suspect in fatal hit-and-run death of police officer

Investigators also say they are looking for a second passenger believed to have been in the back seat of the SUV that hit and dragged Harnett while the officer was attempting to stop it for suspicious plates.
Hudson's Bay permanently laying off more than 600 workers across Canada

Hudson's Bay permanently laying off more than 600 workers across Canada

Hudson's Bay Co. is permanently laying off more than 600 workers across Canada amid ongoing store closures due to COVID-19 lockdowns.
Got a million dollars to spare? This Alberta village can be yours

Got a million dollars to spare? This Alberta village can be yours

Would you like to take a step back in time, or just enjoy a simpler life? A western frontier village resort is for sale in central Alberta.