Be prepared for a different kind of camping experience this summer, say resort communities

If Monday morning was any indication — when 50,000 people crashed the B.C. Parks camping reservation website — then British Columbians are more than

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Northeast communities voice concerns over Stoney Trail crossing plans

Some northeast Calgary communities are concerned about plans for two new roads on 80th Avenue and 64th Avenue N.E. that could bring more traffic into

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Six northern Métis communities separate from Métis Nation of Alberta association

Six northern Métis communities are leaving the Métis Nation of Alberta association to create a new organization. Ron Quintal, president of the Fort McKay

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Arts group wants to improve HIV dialogue in local African, Caribbean and black communities

The Ribbon Rouge Foundation wants to remove the stigma around HIV.  When it comes to shame and silence around HIV-positive status in Alberta, some

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Meet 5 Indigenous youth who are spreading hope in communities on World Suicide Prevention Day

Sept. 10 marks World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s an important day for Indigenous youth involved with We Matter, an Indigenous youth-led non-profit organization founded by

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Burnaby firefighters arrive in Bahamas to help communities hit by Hurricane Dorian

Nine Burnaby firefighters have joined local efforts in the Bahamas to search for victims and survivors in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. The team of

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Fort McMurray region looking at ways to improve internet in rural communities

When guests stay at Lena McCallum’s bed and breakfast in Conklin, Alta., they often complain about the internet.  “Today, especially the younger people have complained

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‘A day of great tragedy’: Sri Lankan communities mourn bombing attacks that ended decade of peace

At a Sri Lankan Catholic church in Scarborough on Sunday morning, worshipers gathered not only to mark Easter but also to pray and grieve

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Ottawa has met already with three-quarters of Indigenous communities during Trans Mountain consultation reboot

The federal Liberal government says its consultation teams have met already with more than three-quarters of all Indigenous communities affected by the planned Trans

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Northern B.C. communities on edge as they await decision on caribou protection plan

Forget about Tuesday’s provincial budget: in northeastern B.C., the biggest source of political speculation surrounds a plan to protect the caribou population.  For months,

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