Firefighters battle blaze at historic Strathcona Hotel

Emergency crews are on scene at a fire at the historic Strathcona Hotel on Whyte Avenue Friday evening. Police are directing traffic in the

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Historic Red Deer weekly newspaper publishes last issue as owner seeks savings

The Red Deer Express — a historic weekly newspaper in Alberta’s third-largest city— published its last edition Wednesday. Black Press Media, which owns the Express,

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Fire at historic Calgary apartment building under investigation

The Calgary Fire Department is investigating a blaze at a historic Calgary apartment building. About nine fire trucks were on scene at The President

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Blood Tribe reaches historic $150M settlement with Ottawa over cattle mismanagement

The Blood Tribe says it reached a $150-million settlement with Ottawa over a historic claim that federal officials devastated the band’s cattle industry in

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Motorists warned to watch for ‘historic load’ on Edmonton streets

Motorists are getting a heads-up about a huge piece of equipment weaving its way through Edmonton and area streets over the next few days.

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Amazing Grace

Holga 120n Ilford HP5 Plus 400 Youngs Chapel as seen through the lens of my Holga. The Holga "sees" and "captures" the heart and

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Medicine Hat opens 3 legal cannabis stores on historic day in Canada – Lethbridge

Oct. 17, 2018 marks a historic day for Canada as the 95-year prohibition on cannabis came to an end. It was greeted by long queues

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ANALYSIS: A historic vote in Quebec for every party, a tougher provincial puzzle for Trudeau

Everyone made history Monday in Quebec. For the first time in Quebec’s history, the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ), led by François Legault, won power

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Historic Centre Street Bridge lion sculpture welcomed to new home in Rotary Park – Calgary

An iconic Calgary lion sculpture now overlooks its old home on Centre Street Bridge it after it was installed in Rotary Park over the

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Canada says B.C. Indigenous basket making an event of historic significance

Matilda Borden liked to pour a cup of tea to display her basket making expertise, proving her cups made from material gathered in British

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