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'Resilient Calgary' to highlight natural disaster research, resilience in Alberta

Three out of the four costliest natural disasters in Canada happened within the last six years, right here in Alberta, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada. 421 more words

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RCMP in northern Alberta raise concern over 3 suspected overdoses in 4 days

Three suspected opioid overdoses in the past four days in a northern Alberta community have sparked a warning from the RCMP about public safety.

Police in Slave Lake said paramedics used naloxone on Tuesday to revive a person in respiratory distress. 116 more words


Case against former Slave Lake teacher 'smacks of collusion,' lawyer argues at disciplinary hearing

A former Slave Lake teacher is fighting back against accusations he massaged students without their permission, made racial remarks, called students “stupid,” and told them he was thinking of killing himself. 396 more words

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Sunrise in Marten Hills

Sometimes working as an archaeologist involves getting up really early. After driving for an hour, this photo was taken in the morning of 2014 in the Martin Hills on the second last day of fieldwork.


Slave Lake RCMP investigate 25-year-old woman's death as a homicide

An autopsy has determined a 25-year-old woman’s death in her home near Smith, Alta., is a homicide, police said Tuesday.

Slave Lake RCMP arrived at the scene on Saturday at around 3:30 p.m. 134 more words

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Woman found dead inside rural Alberta home was victim of homicide: RCMP

A 25-year-old woman who was found dead inside a rural residence near Smith, Alta. on Saturday was the victim of homicide, Slave Lake RCMP said Tuesday. 109 more words


230 - Skeletons of Trees

Almost six years since a forest fire tore through Slave Lake, and the effects on the environment are still evident.  Large areas of land remain with what looks like the skeletons of trees still standing, complete with almost fossilized looking pine cones attached. 9 more words