14 hrs ago
Composer debuting at High River performance
Award-winning clarinetist James Campbell joins Land's End Chamber Ensemble musicians Susanne Ruberg-Gordon, Beth Root-Sandvoss and John Lowry for a performance at the High River United Church under the direction of composer Allan Gordon Bell on May 25 at 7:30 p.m. A Cochrane composer whose music is known around the world is debuting his newest ... (more)
Tue May 21, 2013
The Winnipeg Free Press
Federal Court dismisses union challenge against B.C. foreign workers
Two unions may have lost a Federal Court battle disputing a mining company's plan to bring in 201 temporary foreign workers from China, but they're celebrating the spotlight they've shone on the problems associated with the employment program.
The Globe and Mail
How a fly-in community gets fresh food - without breaking the bank
At the Northern Store in Fort Albany First Nation, a fly-in community on James Bay, a bag of spinach can cost $7.50 and a bag of apples can reach $13. The price of food garners so much attention that it can even start rumours, said Gigi Veeraraghavan, a community worker at Peetabeck Health Services.
Thu May 16, 2013
Cement truck driver who killed five up for full parole
A Cochrane, Alberta man convicted of killing five people when he smashed his cement truck into the back of their car more than five years ago is expected to be granted full parole today at his final hearing before the National Parole Board.
Mon May 13, 2013
Canada's soon-to-launch clinical trials database: how does it measure up?
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Fri May 10, 2013
Setting the bar high
Far from the pomp and ceremony of the show ring, Dave and Lynne Longshore grab their touques and head down the lane to start another work day at Bar-E-L Angus southeast of Stettler, Alta.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tshetter sentence too lenient
Less than three years spent full-time in jail, eight months with day parole and weekends at home - it hardly seems like justice has been served considering the person in question is guilty of five counts of manslaughter.
Sun May 05, 2013
Weyburn This Week
Industry Canada wants to tap basement inventors for new consumer products
Fifteen-year-old Gareth Grainger skateboards as cherry blossom trees are in full bloom in downtown Vancouver, B.C., on April 9, 2011.
Wed May 01, 2013
Customer Interaction Solutions
Go Auto Group Joins SiriusXM Canada's Pre-Owned Vehicle Program
Leading Western Canadian dealer group now offering complimentary three-month SiriusXM subscriptions with all pre-owned vehicle purchases equipped with satellite radio TORONTO, May 1, 2013 /CNW/ - SiriusXM Canada , the country's leading audio entertainment company, today announced that Go Auto Group has joined its pre-owned vehicle program.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
Pilot unhurt after plane crashes in field near Cochrane
Emergency workers investigate the scene of a plane crash in a field northwest of Calgary on Wednesday.