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GM expands Chevy Bolt EV recall to cover all model years for fire risk

GM expands Chevy Bolt EV recall to cover all model years for fire risk

General Motors says it has expanded a recall of its Chevy Bolt electric vehicles to include all model years because of a risk the battery cells could catch fire.
Canadian banks to require employees working in its offices to be fully vaccinated

Canadian banks to require employees working in its offices to be fully vaccinated

TORONTO — Canadian companies in federally regulated industries are starting to announce mandatory vaccination policies, in a bid to protect staff and abide by a recent government request.
Black Diamond area Ranch Kids start brand to rep way of life

Black Diamond area Ranch Kids start brand to rep way of life

Learning the ropes early is a fact of ranching life for brothers Jack and Casey Emerson
Insurance industry seeks to limit fossil fuel exposure amid growing climate threat

Insurance industry seeks to limit fossil fuel exposure amid growing climate threat

CALGARY — With global climate change threatening to wreak havoc on their industry, insurance companies are increasingly looking to limit their exposure to the fossil fuel sector.
Massive support pours in for injured Canmore alpinist Barry Blanchard

Massive support pours in for injured Canmore alpinist Barry Blanchard

"The trajectory [of Barry Blanchard's recovery] seems to be going in the right direction, but I think with these kind of injuries everyone is going to need a bit more time and he'll need a bit more time to continue to fight."
No Wave Park Cochrane launched in opposition to proposed tourist project

No Wave Park Cochrane launched in opposition to proposed tourist project

“Monetizing our natural assets has proven to be a huge mistake time and time again.”
Addictions experts critical of undercover police operation near Calgary drug-use site

Addictions experts critical of undercover police operation near Calgary drug-use site

CALGARY — Steps away fromCalgary’s only supervised consumption site, a man unknowingly sold an undercover police officer a small amount of methamphetamine — one-fifth of a gram in a clear plastic bag for $10.
'Life and death:' Harm reduction groups file lawsuit against Alberta government

'Life and death:' Harm reduction groups file lawsuit against Alberta government

CALGARY — A lawsuit has been filed against the Alberta government alleging its rules for supervised drug-use sites will have life and death consequences.
Foothills athlete skips her way to national title

Foothills athlete skips her way to national title

Katelyn Starr qualifies for the International Jump Rope Union world championships
Climber falls 1,000 feet to his death

Climber falls 1,000 feet to his death

“With equipment and experience and skill you can minimize that risk down to a lower level, but you can’t completely get rid of the risk."