Wednesday Dec 11, 2013
Things were starting to look a lot like Christmas at the Okotoks Recreation Centre thanks to a forest of colourful, decorated trees. The Sheep River Health Trustís second annual Avenue of Trees auction was held at the recreation centre on Dec. 8 and the fundraiser collected more than $6,000 for the health trust. ...
One child was taken to hospital and received stitches on his hand after a bus going to Red Deer Lake School tipped west of...
A local charity is proving Santa Claus really does exist, but not all of his elves come from the North Pole.
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Despite opposition from residents, a site north of Black Diamond is the most likely option to receive approval for the...
Wednesday Jun 6, 2012
Recycling activity has been increasing in Black Diamond, Turner Valley and the MD of Foothills which has led to a record high of nearly 400 tonnes for the areaís recycling centre. For the past several years, recycling amounts at the Oilfields Recycling Centre have been increasing and the amount of garbage being sent to the landfill has been...
Thursday Dec 12, 2013
TORONTO - RBC Economics says that after another year of mediocre growth, Canada's economy is expected to perk up in 2014 thanks to strong growth in the United States. The bank's latest economic outlook is forecasting real GDP growth in Canada of 1.7 per cent in 2013, 2.6 per cent in 2014 and 2.7 per cent in 2015, supported by a pick-up in exports...TORONTO - RBC Economics says that after another year of mediocre growth, Canada's economy is expected to perk up in 2014 thanks to strong growth in the United States.
Thursday Dec 12, 2013
GENEVA - The global airline industry is forecasting a jump in profits to $19.7 billion...GENEVA - The global airline industry is forecasting a jump in profits to $19.7 billion next year, helped by falling jet fuel prices, rising travel demand and cost-cutting.
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BANGKOK - Protesters announced they cut off electricity to the prime minister's office...BANGKOK - Protesters announced they cut off electricity to the prime minister's office compound on Thursday and demanded that police abandon the premises, piling fresh pressure on the government amid a political crisis that has dragged on for weeks.