PETA protesters gathered at the Alberta legislature Tuesday, urging the province to shut down the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races, after six horses were killed at this year's event.
'About 20 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) protesters carried signs and some wore cardboard horse masks at the Alberta legislature Tuesday, urging the province to shut down the Calgary Stampede chuckwagon races. Read More'
It is no different than the chemical reaction that causes more well-known substances to spontaneously combust, such as hay bales. And now tempura flakes
'Deep-fried tempura flakes, a key ingredient sprinkled on sushi rolls for crunch and known as agedama or tenkasu, Japanese for \'heavenly waste,\' have been linked to a series of restaurant fires in multiple states. Read More'
A woman was killed after the truck she was driving on the main road of Goodfish Lake First Nation, about 180 km northeast of Edmonton, rolled over Monday night. The woman, whose name will not be released, was ejected from the vehicle and pronounced
'A woman was killed after the truck she was driving on the main road of Goodfish Lake First Nation, about 180 km northeast of Edmonton, rolled over Monday night. Read More'
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.
The fire reportedly started on the deck after the homeowners said they sat down to dinner.
'The fire reportedly started on the deck after the homeowners said they sat down to dinner.'
About 100 kilometres west of Edmonton, the Pembina River is a popular spot for people looking to enjoy a day on the water but RCMP say people tubing down the waterway need to exercise caution when doing so.
Calgary police say they have arrested a 32-year-old man who broke into an apartment while two people slept. The break-in happened around 3 a.m. on July 2 in the 1300 block of 27 St. S.E. A man allegedly entered through an open window before stealing
A joint update from the B.C. government and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans says rock scalers are making progress getting large sections of rock to release above the river at the site northwest of Kamloops.
'CLINTON — Work around a massive rock slide in British Columbia’s Fraser River has been stopped until the stability of site can be confirmed. Read More'