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Ice Age relic found by Alberta woman out walking her dogs

CTV 27 Jan 2023
A chance discovery by an Edmonton area woman who was walking her dogs has turned out to be a massive fossilized bone that likely belonged to an Ice Age mammoth ... .

Provincial boundary a barrier for health-care services near Alberta-N.W.T border, residents say

CBC 25 Jan 2023
A woman in a small Alberta hamlet is trying to get equal health care in her community after struggling to get home care following her open heart surgery in 2013 ... .

Alberta Jane Fox

The Citizens' Voice 21 Jan 2023
Alberta Jane Fox, 81, of Bear Creek Twp., passed away Tuesday, Jan ... Formerly Alberta Chase, born on Feb ... Alberta graduated from Coughlin High School, Class of 1959 ... Alberta was a hard-working woman who loved seeing all her children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews and neighborhood kids during her tenure at the school.

Alberta Health Services to release report on ambulance response for dog attack victim

Castanet 19 Jan 2023
A memorial, shown on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in the back alley of a Capitol Hill home in Calgary where an 86-year-old woman was attacked by dogs ... Police and paramedics responded in June 2022 to the Capitol Hill neighbourhood and found the injured woman, Betty Ann Williams.

How To Curb Food Waste When You Have ADHD

Huffington Post 16 Jan 2023
For most, the go-to pointers available on how to curb food waste – planning your meals in advance, sticking to your shopping list, repurposing leftovers – are usually enough to get the job done ... The same goes for Monica (whose last name is withheld to protect her privacy), a woman recently diagnosed with ADHD from Alberta, Canada ... The fix ... The fix ... .

Buns for votes scandal did not sway mayoral election, Canadian court rules

The Observer 15 Jan 2023
British Columbia’s supreme court this week weighed in on the row, upholding the fiercely contested results of a recent municipal election, Pouce Coupe, a town of fewer than 800 people near the border with Alberta. Woman ordered to repay employer after software shows ‘time theft’. Read more ... Among the issues justice Branch was forced to consider ... .

Trial in 2019 impaired driving death of Alberta woman delayed

CTV 12 Jan 2023
Court proceedings against a Lethbridge man accused in an impaired driving death from 2019 have been delayed over a scheduling issue ... .

Oodles of Bernedoodles: Alberta dog gives birth to a whopping 17 puppies

CTV 10 Jan 2023
A southern Alberta woman has taken a 'fur baby maternity leave' to help her dog take care of her incredibly large litter of puppies ... .

These muskox-wool hats are the warmest tuques you can find — and they help support ...

CBC 09 Jan 2023
For many Canadians, wool is wool. For fibre enthusiasts, qiviut is one of the best wools around — and a woman from the Beaufort Delta is spinning out yards of the stuff in Alberta ... .

FATAH: Honking for Freedom one year later

Toronto Sun 06 Jan 2023
The big rigs that started rolling toward Ottawa from across the country one year ago continue to rumble across the political landscape. Advertisement 2. Story continues below ... We apologize, but this video has failed to load ... Play Video ... ... 18, took a call from Tamara Lich, the Alberta woman who was to become the convoy’s public face ... One woman, one man ... .

Alberta man convicted of killing Kelowna woman ineligible for parole for 12 years

Castanet 05 Jan 2023
Saladina Vivancos. The man who murdered a former Kelowna woman in Alberta will spend 12 years in prison before he's able to apply for parole. Blake Jolicoeur was convicted last month of the second-degree murder of long-time Kelowna resident Saladina Vivancos on a rural Alberta road near Spruce Grove on Nov. 16, 2019 ... ....

Alberta woman expected a 6-month wait for surgery. Two painful years later, she's still waiting

CBC 30 Dec 2022
A woman from Cold Lake, Alta. says she has been waiting over two years for her spinal surgery to correct scoliosis ... .

Edmonton police looking for woman missing more than 2 weeks

CTV 30 Dec 2022
Officers in the Alberta capital are looking for help to locate a 21-year-old woman who has not been seen or heard from since Dec. 12 ... .

What an Alberta woman thought was a canker sore turned out to be tongue cancer

CTV 29 Dec 2022
After losing half of her tongue to cancer, an Edmonton woman is raising awareness about the disease that one doctor says is increasingly found in people at low risk ... .

Alberta health authority responds to lawsuit alleging racial discrimination in newborn's death

CBC 29 Dec 2022
An Alberta health authority is pushing back against a lawsuit claiming it mistreated a Cree woman while she was giving birth at an Edmonton hospital ... .

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