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'She just comforts us:' Mother says baby named after Broncos player a gift

'She just comforts us:' Mother says baby named after Broncos player a gift

NIPAWIN, Sask. — Kelsey Fiddler says every time she looks at her smiling baby's face she feels stronger. It's a gift, she says, from the Humboldt Broncos defenceman she named her daughter after.
Owner of truck in Broncos crash pleads guilty to safety charges

Owner of truck in Broncos crash pleads guilty to safety charges

CALGARY — The owner of the transport truck involved in the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash has admitted he did not follow provincial and federal safety rules.
In the news today, March 26

In the news today, March 26

Five stories in the news for Tuesday, March 26 ——— CANADIANS EVACUATED COUNTER-TERROR TROOPS IN MALI Canadian peacekeepers were called upon to evacuate several wounded French soldiers in Mali earlier this month after their counter-terrorism patrol wa
Five stories in the news for Monday, March 25

Five stories in the news for Monday, March 25

Five stories in the news for Monday, March 25 ——— TRUDEAU DELIVERS CAMPAIGN STYLE SPEECH AT NOMINATION EVENT Justin Trudeau delivered a campaign-style speech in Vancouver-Kingsway riding last night as he introduced former TV news anchor Tamara Taggar
Sentencing judge in Broncos crash calls for carnage on highways to end

Sentencing judge in Broncos crash calls for carnage on highways to end

MELFORT, Sask. — A judge called for an end to "carnage on our highways" as she sent a truck driver to prison on Friday for causing a fatal crash involving a Saskatchewan junior hockey team's bus.
Fish and game group concerned about Metis hunting deal with Alberta

Fish and game group concerned about Metis hunting deal with Alberta

EDMONTON — A recent deal giving registered Metis rights to hunt and fish year-round throughout northern and central Alberta could lead to wildlife being over-harvested, a provincial conservation group says.
Province reaches land agreement with former SR1 opponent

Province reaches land agreement with former SR1 opponent

Despite having spent years advocating against the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir (SR1), Ryan Robinson has reached an agreement with the Government of Alberta to sell his family’s Springbank-area land to accommodate the project.
Three identified in CP train derailment

Three identified in CP train derailment

FIELD, B.C. – Condolences flooded Albe Bulmer’s social media status hours after he announced his son, Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmer, was one of the three who died in the Monday (Feb. 4) CP train derailment near Field, B.C.
Three identified in CP train derailment

Three identified in CP train derailment

FIELD, B.C. – Condolences flooded Albe Bulmer’s social media status hours after he announced his son, Daniel Waldenberger-Bulmer, was one of the three who died in the Monday (Feb. 4) CP train derailment near Field, B.C.
Three dead in train derailment

Three dead in train derailment

FIELD, B.C. – Three Canadian Pacific Railway crew members are dead following a massive train derailment near Field, B.C. in Yoho National Park.