Salmon swimming freely through Fraser River landslide site, officials say

Large numbers of sockeye and chinook salmon have started to swim freely through a section of the Fraser River that had been blocked by

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Alberta releases dates, locations of supervised consumption site town halls

Alberta has released details of planned public engagement sessions for the province’s supervised consumption site review. The review will look at the social and economic impacts

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Future Vaudreuil-Soulanges hospital to search for new site

There has been yet another setback for the future Vaudreuil-Soulanges hospital. As Global’s Felicia Parrillo reports, part of the land for the proposed site

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Paintball attack at supervised consumption site has Lethbridge mayor condemning violence

Someone in a moving pick-up truck shot paintballs at people outside of a southern Alberta supervised consumption site early Saturday. The incident, which police

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Residents concerned about supervised consumption site – Saskatoon

Ryan Blatchford is one of many Saskatoon residents who has concerns about the supervised consumption site set to open in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood.

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Lethbridge council votes down motion to halt funding for supervised consumption site

After a heated debate on Monday, Lethbridge council voted down a motion that would have asked the province to halt funding for the city’s only supervised

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Peak noise measured inside SkyTrain cars louder than a construction site

Taking the SkyTrain is a daily routine for many Metro Vancouverites, but it turns out the commute can get really loud, so loud that

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Historic church near Maidstone named Saskatchewan heritage site – Saskatoon

-the Shiloh Baptist Church was built in 1912 by Americans fleeing racism in the U.S. -descendants of the builders gathered to celebrate the

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Transportation Safety Board deploys investigative team to site of deadly floatplane crash

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) has deployed a team of investigators to the site of a seaplane crash that killed four people and

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Alberta’s Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park now a World Heritage Site

Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park is now Alberta’s sixth World Heritage Site.  The park, also known by its Blackfoot name Áísínai’pi, received the designation from the United

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