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Lethbridge Twinning Society celebrates 30th anniversary

Lethbridge Twinning Society celebrates 30th anniversary

The Lethbridge Twinning Society started with a single sister city in 1989, and as recently as five years ago, added its fourth. On Tuesday, the society celebrated 30 years of reaching out across the world.
Northfork Bison products recalled amid E. coli contamination concerns

Northfork Bison products recalled amid E. coli contamination concerns

Quebec-based company Northfork Bison Distributors Inc. has voluntarily recalled a series of bison products over concerns about possible E. coli contamination.
Peachland home heavily damaged by fire

Peachland home heavily damaged by fire

Flames tore through the exterior walls and roof of a home in the 3900 block of Desert Pines Ave. in Peachland on Tuesday evening, causing considerable damage to the house.
Woman killed in single-vehicle collision in east-central Alberta: RCMP

Woman killed in single-vehicle collision in east-central Alberta: RCMP

A woman driving a truck on the main road on the Goodfish Cree Nation was killed Monday night when her vehicle rolled, according to police. RCMP said officers were called to the single-vehicle crash at about 9 p.m.
RCMP offer tips for people floating on Alberta’s Pembina River after search and rescue calls

RCMP offer tips for people floating on Alberta’s Pembina River after search and rescue calls

About 100 kilometres west of Edmonton, the Pembina River is a popular spot for people looking to enjoy a day on the water. However, RCMP are reminding people tubing down the waterway that they need to exercise caution when doing so.
2 people taken to hospital from hazmat exposure at Surrey recycling plant

2 people taken to hospital from hazmat exposure at Surrey recycling plant

Two people were taken to hospital after a hazmat situation at a Surrey recycling facility on Tuesday. BC Emergency Health Services said paramedics were called to the plant on 104 Avenue around 3:30 p.m.
Witnesses offer new insight into custody battle, finances of B.C. man accused of murdering daughters

Witnesses offer new insight into custody battle, finances of B.C. man accused of murdering daughters

The trial of a Vancouver Island man accused of murdering his two young daughters heard from two new witnesses this week, giving new insight into his custody battle and financial affairs.
‘It’s a lot of tax revenue’: Hampstead mayor reiterates support for housing demolition project

‘It’s a lot of tax revenue’: Hampstead mayor reiterates support for housing demolition project

During a special council meeting Monday night, Hampstead mayor William Steinberg vetoed a five-to-two council vote against a zoning change that would allow demolishing a housing complex on Côte-Saint-Luc Road to make way for a nine-storey apartment b
‘It’s a tough place to live’: Vancouver mayor responds to Oppenheimer Park safety concerns

‘It’s a tough place to live’: Vancouver mayor responds to Oppenheimer Park safety concerns

Vancouver’s mayor says there are no plans in the short term to evict campers from a growing homeless camp in the Downtown Eastside’s Oppeheimer Park.
Dream vacation turns into flier frustration for Calgary family

Dream vacation turns into flier frustration for Calgary family

A Calgary family is expressing frustration with how Air Canada handled a vacation gone wrong. The Percival family said they fully expected flight cancellations when a big snowstorm hit Calgary on April 27 but not the nightmare that followed.