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UN survey uses Angry Birds to reveal Canadian, global opinions on climate policies

UN survey uses Angry Birds to reveal Canadian, global opinions on climate policies

Canadians are "Angry Birds" when it comes to climate change, shows a survey the United Nations calls the largest ever taken on the issue.
New work permit program for international graduates in Canada taking applications

New work permit program for international graduates in Canada taking applications

A new work permit program for international students in Canada is taking applications starting today. The federal government announced the program this month as part of a bid to convince more people to settle in Canada permanently.
A new frontier: History of Alberta’s Primary Care Networks captures the spirit of the west

A new frontier: History of Alberta’s Primary Care Networks captures the spirit of the west

New paper details Alberta’s primary health-care transformation and the people, time and culture of change
Commentary: How we're all starting to feel right about now...

Commentary: How we're all starting to feel right about now...

UPDATE: St. Albert answers funding plea for WILDNorth

UPDATE: St. Albert answers funding plea for WILDNorth

Councillors approve $10k grant for wildlife rescue non-profit
Hair salons unite against Innisfail rebel barbershop

Hair salons unite against Innisfail rebel barbershop

Innisfail council hears passionate appeal as town seeks healing from unprecedented divide
Cochrane based artist helps Calgary seniors craft public art installation

Cochrane based artist helps Calgary seniors craft public art installation

“It brightened a really dim corner and just brought some life back into the community,” Begg said. “I’m really proud of everything that they’ve accomplished.”
Bonnyville restaurant opens dining area in protest of provincial mandates

Bonnyville restaurant opens dining area in protest of provincial mandates

Dine-in option goes against provincial Health Orders
Grain train derails near Field in Yoho National Park

Grain train derails near Field in Yoho National Park

A Canadian Pacific train carrying grain derailed overnight on Tuesday (Jan. 26) near Field, B.C. There were no injuries to any crew members.
Female cougar dies while in recovery from capturing process

Female cougar dies while in recovery from capturing process

Three cougars have died in Banff over the past two weeks – an adult female cat died while recovering after being captured and collared and what's believed to be her kitten died of unknown causes on Friday (Jan. 22). A sick female cougar was euthanized by Parks Canada earlier this month.
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