More than 50,000 people were forced to evacuate their homes during the summer of 2017 when the Elephant Hill wildfire tore through B.C.’s Interior.
Albertans and their neighbours in B.C. will be seeing a new mobile service available at their fingertips. On Thursday, Shaw Communications announced the launch
Harm reduction advocates say the provincial government must do more to ensure clients of a beleaguered Lethbridge supervised consumption site have access to care.
Tim Hortons’ mobile app is under investigation. On Monday, the privacy protection authorities for B.C., Canada, Quebec and Alberta announced they will jointly investigate
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More than 140,000 people in Alberta have been tested for COVID-19 since the first case was detected in the province eight weeks ago. From
The North End Community Health Care Centre’s mobile outreach van has now been turned into mobile testing COVID-19 unit. Jesse Thomas reports. Source link
An Edmonton-based development company has major plans for its 18-acre property on Lakeshore Road in Kelowna. The development plan is proposing 200 townhomes on
At first glance, the brick-red Iron Dog panel truck could be mistaken for a food truck. But this popular fixture at farmers’ markets and
Calgary fire crews responded to reports of a fire at a mobile home park in Forest Lawn at approximately 2 A.M. Saturday morning, according