1 hr ago
Nanaimo News Bulletin
Air Canada Jazz engine fire forces emergency landing at Nanaimo Airport
Passengers aboard Air Canada Jazz flight from Nanaimo to Vancouver got a dose of adrenaline with their morning coffee when one of the aircraft's two engines caught fire.
2 hrs ago
A new library director for Coquitlam
This week, the Coquitlam Public Library board announced Todd Gnissios as the replacement for Rhian Piprell, who left the library this past spring for unknown reasons.
6 hrs ago
Rehabilitation team joins School of Alberta Ballet
Hoping to become professional dancers, Chloe Bennett and Miya Bates, both aged 15, realize that dealing with injuries is part of their profession.
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Controversial Bill 46 becomes law
Canada Post will be phasing out door-to-door delivery in urban areas over the next five years and replacing the service with community mailbox delivery.
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Alberta Health Services confirms hepatitis A case
Alberta Health Services is warning people who ate at a Lethbridge restaurant may have been exposed to hepatitis A. A food-handler who worked at Pasta Fresco and Black Tomato Lounge on Oct. 21, Oct. 22, Oct. 29, Oct. 31 and Nov. 6 was diagnosed with hepatitis A. "While we believe the risk to the public is low, hepatitis A can be a serious ... (more)
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Red Deer Advocate
New home starts jump in Red Deer
New home construction in Red Deer spiked last month, with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. reporting 141 housing starts in the city - an increase from 16 in November 2012.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
The Brooks Bulletin
Blizzard batters Brooks
ROB BROWN Brooks Bulletin Southern Alberta was slammed with a blizzard so hard Monday that flights out of the province were cancelled.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Lake Cowichan Gazette
Forum to probe experiments on Alberni residential school children
Tseshaht tribe member Randy Fred finished eating an orange and was about to dispose of the peelings when the pangs of an old experience struck him.
Alberta minister says urban drilling can be done safely
'If there can be drilling the heart of Los Angeles there can presumably be drilling in some urban areas in Calgary,' Energy Minister Ken Hughes said.
The Globe and Mail
Rash of suicides among Canadian soldiers puts post-traumatic stress in spotlight
Master Cpl. Kristian Wolowidnyk is shown in this 2010 handout photo in the in Panjwaii District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.The moment the Canadian military told him he was being discharged because of his post-traumatic stress disorder, Master Cpl.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Subdivision developers want car racing stopped at Fort Macleod airport
The developers of Macleod Airfield Properties asked town council Nov. 25 to put the brakes on car racing at the airport.
Unions ask premier for labour relations task force
AUPE members in Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge join together with allies from across the labour movement to protest Bill 45 and 46 on December 2, 2013, in front of the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton.
Canadian Business Magazine
Alberta biogas company hopes to turn manure into money with government help
Lethbridge Biogas LP says its $30 million plant, which produces electricity, is the largest project of its type in Canada.
The Fort Macleod Gazette
Local food banks will get a boost when decorated Holiday Train rolls into town
Food banks in southern Alberta communities including Blackie, Vulcan and Fort Macleod get a needed boost next week when the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train pulls into town.
GM Canada under fire for Cruze fuel economy issues
The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze that owner Farah Mocquais bought for commuting to work hasn't achieved the fuel economy ratings that the Canadian arm of General Motors advertised, CBC News reports , and the couple is accusing GM Canada for misleading them.
Former soldier suffering from PTSD says he got no support behind bars
A British war veteran recently held in the same Alberta jail where a Canadian soldier killed himself says the justice system doesn't properly deal with people who have post-traumatic stress disorder.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Alberta digs out from winter dump that left drifts up to two metres high
David Reid uses a snow blower mounted on a tractor to clear his driveway during a blizzard near Cremona, Alta., Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.
Alberta issues alert after Lethbridge food handler diagnosed with hepatitis A
Alberta Health Services has issued an alert after a food handler at a Lethbridge restaurant and bar was diagnosed with hepatitis A. Hepatitis A is an infection of the liver that can cause nausea, vomiting, pain, fever and the yellowing of eyes and skin.
Calgary weather: Dangerous road conditions after blizzard
Calgarians continue to deal with dangerous commutes as the blizzard that set in yesterday continues to hammer the city and region.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Hundreds rally for third day as MLAs prepare to debate controversial labour bills
Over the past six months, the Edmonton Journal and Calgary Herald produced the province's first definitive count of child welfare fatalities, based on death records unsealed by the Alberta government after a four-year legal battle.