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Bonnyville bait car stolen for a second time in six weeks

Bonnyville bait car stolen for a second time in six weeks

On Feb. 16 at 2 p.m., Bonnyville RCMP were alerted that an RCMP bait truck had just been stolen in Bonnyville. 
Parks Canada requests transit service expand to popular Jasper visitor spot, Maligne Canyon

Parks Canada requests transit service expand to popular Jasper visitor spot, Maligne Canyon

Maligne Canyon is one of the most visited locations in Jasper National Park, attracting 3,000 to 5,000 people per day in the summer,
Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

Residents living near proposed Northern Alberta wind turbine project concerned over noise and pulsations

"These turbines have no business being around people, and there are a lot of people here tonight who are scared."
Generational shift adding to Alberta's EMS staffing challenges, can the industry adapt?

Generational shift adding to Alberta's EMS staffing challenges, can the industry adapt?

Rural EMS has long had staffing challenges, but a generational shift in values is making it more difficult to fill schedules and keep ambulances ready to respond.
Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

Canada's largest stick-curling club is just north of Edmonton

From humble beginnings in 2008, the St. Albert Club now boasts 250 members in 11 leagues.
Young Northern Alberta woman killed in the Shetland Islands

Young Northern Alberta woman killed in the Shetland Islands

39-year-old man charged with murder of 24-year-year-old Westlock woman.
Bonnyville RCMP say past week has been 'particularly dangerous' for members

Bonnyville RCMP say past week has been 'particularly dangerous' for members

The first part of February was a “particularly dangerous” stretch for Bonnyville RCMP.
RCMP launches team to help probe extortions of South Asian groups, including in Alberta

RCMP launches team to help probe extortions of South Asian groups, including in Alberta

RCMP has launched the National Coordination and Support Team to deal with the incidents targeting South Asian communities
Northern Alberta man nets $10,500 in fines for two driving without insurance convictions

Northern Alberta man nets $10,500 in fines for two driving without insurance convictions

Shaeden O'Reilly chastised by Westlock judge for 'making it up as you go' with bizarre arguments during driving with insurance trials
Grain spillage from trains causing elk to snack on tracks in Jasper National Park

Grain spillage from trains causing elk to snack on tracks in Jasper National Park

CN tracks are considered part of the public rail company's right of way and it is its responsibility to clean up grain spills.
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