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7 Photos: Hometown Hockey stokes the flame in Okotoks

7 Photos: Hometown Hockey stokes the flame in Okotoks

The Stanley Cup and Lanny McDonald came to Okotoks, south of Calgary, May 11 for Hometown Hockey during the Flames fifth game in the first round of the playoffs.
Family, friends rally around orphaned children after mother killed in road-rage crash

Family, friends rally around orphaned children after mother killed in road-rage crash

Family and friends are rallying around the children of a Calgary woman who died after a road-rage shooting led to a four-vehicle crash.
Record $20,000 fine dished out for illegal fossil theft

Record $20,000 fine dished out for illegal fossil theft

A Quebec resident was handed a record $20,000 fine for illegally taking fossils from the mountain national parks, including the world-renowned Burgess Shale site.
UCP launches livestream of leadership review vote counting

UCP launches livestream of leadership review vote counting

Albertans can watch a livestream from the verification centre where mail-in ballots for the premier's leadership review are being counted.
Albertans having a travel renaissance

Albertans having a travel renaissance

The pandemic has stalled many a travel plan, but bookings are back in a big way for Albertans.
Alberta reporting two probable cases of mystery liver disease in patients under 16

Alberta reporting two probable cases of mystery liver disease in patients under 16

Alberta’s chief medical officer of health says there are two probable cases of severe acute hepatitis of unknown origin in children in the province. Dr. Deena Hinshaw says both children are under 16.
103-year-old war veteran passes halfway mark on fundraising journey

103-year-old war veteran passes halfway mark on fundraising journey

A 103-year-old Vancouver Island veteran is taking a 103-lap journey to raise money for children affected by the war in Ukraine.
Province expands Paxlovid eligibility, again

Province expands Paxlovid eligibility, again

More people are now able to receive a prescription for the antiviral medication Paxlovid. As some key indicators show decreases, the number of deaths per week continue to be high. From May 3 to 9, 70 Albertans died from COVID.
Conservative leadership candidates prep for Edmonton debate

Conservative leadership candidates prep for Edmonton debate

Six leadership candidates for the Conservative Party of Canada are in Alberta today prepping for tonight's debate in Edmonton.
Edmonton man faces cruelty charges after almost 700 reptiles, amphibians in home

Edmonton man faces cruelty charges after almost 700 reptiles, amphibians in home

An Edmonton man faces more than 100 charges after close to 700 reptiles and amphibians were found in a home after a house fire.
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