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Long-awaited utility rebates set to appear on July bills

Long-awaited utility rebates set to appear on July bills

Ratepayers can expect to see a $50 credit tagged onto their July, August and September utility bills.
Caution urged as Alberta enters storm season

Caution urged as Alberta enters storm season

Here comes summer storm season. Are you ready?
Cabinet changes fill vacancies left by those chasing UCP leadership

Cabinet changes fill vacancies left by those chasing UCP leadership

Premier Jason Kenney announces several changes to Cabinet to fill vacancies left by departing ministers
Free-to-download cookbook boosts protein to help people beat cancer

Free-to-download cookbook boosts protein to help people beat cancer

Researchers serve up healthy recipes based on evidence that a diet high in animal-based protein helps maintain muscle during treatment.
Innisfail RCMP seek help to find missing man

Innisfail RCMP seek help to find missing man

Police say Brandon Robert Moench, who was reportedly last seen on June 13, could be in the Calgary area.
Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day

Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day

Celebratory smudging and prayer ceremony, entertainment and free BBQ lunch part of festivities June 21
Tennis, anyone?

Tennis, anyone?

Though pickleball has become the darling of racquet sports for many seniors, tennis groups want to remind people it's a fine alternative.
Adding 1 million hours of home care for Albertans

Adding 1 million hours of home care for Albertans

New approaches to keep seniors living in their own homes for longer, welcomed by Alberta communities.
Proofreading matters

Proofreading matters

Texts can take a funny turn, says humour columnist
Up on the Square

Up on the Square

UP on the Square summer celebration goes tomorrow in Sir Winston Churchill Square