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Ottawa proposes to pay $1,337 for AR-15 under mandatory firearms buyback program

Ottawa proposes to pay $1,337 for AR-15 under mandatory firearms buyback program

The federal government is proposing $1,337 in compensation for turning in an AR-15 rifle under a mandatory buyback program.
Canmore, Kananaskis Country highlighted on Amazing Race Canada

Canmore, Kananaskis Country highlighted on Amazing Race Canada

Reality show racers made their way through the Rockies on latest episode of The Amazing Race.
Danielle Smith defends sovereignty plan, cancer remarks in UCP leadership debate

Danielle Smith defends sovereignty plan, cancer remarks in UCP leadership debate

Danielle Smith, considered one of the front-runners in the United Conservative Party leadership race, faced sharp criticism Wednesday from debate rivals over her Alberta sovereignty plan and controversial comments on cancer. 
Alberta group helps N.W.T. survivors get to Pope’s mass

Alberta group helps N.W.T. survivors get to Pope’s mass

An Alberta group helped some residents of a remote N.W.T community that was highly affected by the residential school system come to Edmonton for the papal visit.
Rogers to spend $150 million on customer credits after July 8 outage

Rogers to spend $150 million on customer credits after July 8 outage

Rogers Communications Inc. expects to spend $150 million on customer credits related to the outage.
Buffaloberry season leads to bear advisory for visitors to Rockies Parks

Buffaloberry season leads to bear advisory for visitors to Rockies Parks

Parks Canada issued a public advisory, warning residents and visitors of Banff, Kootenay and Yoho national parks to be vigilant as bears begin feeding on their primary food source in the region.
Firefighters, RCMP make a splash at Southern Alberta girl's Wish Day

Firefighters, RCMP make a splash at Southern Alberta girl's Wish Day

Six-year-old Claire Sonnenberg of Okotoks, who was born with spastic cerebral palsy, woke up to a fully accessible swim spa in her backyard thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Hockey Canada has paid $7.6M in sex abuse settlements since 1989

Hockey Canada has paid $7.6M in sex abuse settlements since 1989

Hockey Canada says it has paid out $7.6 million in nine settlements related to sexual assault and sexual abuse claims since 1989.
Sex offender charged again in Northern Alberta

Sex offender charged again in Northern Alberta

A high-risk sex offender has been charged again with an offence against a St. Albert minor.
Man convicted of killing Uber driver in Springbank to receive sentence in fall

Man convicted of killing Uber driver in Springbank to receive sentence in fall

Andrew Christal's sentencing hearing will take place in October for his role in the fatal stabbing of a Calgary Uber near the Springbank Airport.
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