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The RCMP Forestry Crimes Unit, Alberta Forestry along with the Crowsnest Pass RCMP detachment have been actively investigating a suspicious fire locate in a wooded area directly south of Coleman that occurred on May 2, 2020. 

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The health and wellness of the community, both on and off campus, remains a priority for Medicine Hat College (MHC). As a result of the current pandemic situation, MHC will not be offering any camps or sports programs this summer. 

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=Four Medicine Hat men have been charged with a variety of child sexual exploitation offences following a series of arrests by ALERT’s Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) unit.

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The saying “all the stars aligned” is very fitting for the story of how Michael Harrison found his way into the classroom. What had started as a passion for chemistry and science led to a calling to share that passion of the ‘beautiful world’ with others.

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With the upcoming Victoria Day long weekend and the warmer weather ahead, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is reminding all travellers that the travel restrictions announced in March are still in place at all of Canada’s international border crossings.

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Medicine Hat College (MHC) is pleased to welcome three new public members to its Board of Governors, Shelley Beck, Kent Smith, and Yusuf Mohammed. 

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Alberta Health Services (AHS) is again partnering with the City of Brooks and municipal and community partners to open another three-day COVID-19 Assessment Centre for people who have no COVID-19 symptoms. 

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During a socially distant cheque presentation at the Medicine Hat Public Library (MHPL) on May 7, the Medicine Hat Kinsmen Club’s Local Services Director, Evan Laturnas presented a cheque for $80,000 to MHPL’s Chief Librarian, Ken Feser. The remaining $79,000 donation will come in a second p…

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There's two aspects of what staff and volunteers do at Alberta Birds of Prey, according to Colin Weir, managing director. Located in Coaldale since 1982, the registered charity foundation is Alberta's first privately-licensed raptor rescue and conservation organization.

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On April 15, at approximately 2 a.m., Crowsnest Pass RCMP conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle within the community of Bellevue in the Crowsnest Pass. A male driver was arrested and the vehicle was towed following for traffic safety act violations. Further investigation revealed the male wa…

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Things are a little dry right now, said Clayton Rutberg, Lethbridge County director of emergency services and Coaldale and District Emergency Services deputy fire chief. With warmer temperatures comes dry conditions in the southern Alberta region and throughout the province.

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Willow Creek Quilts in Claresholm is at the forefront of a push on Facebook to make scrub bags as a thank you to health care workers for all their work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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On April 15, at approximately 2 a.m., Crowsnest Pass RCMP conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle within the community of Bellevue in the Crowsnest Pass. A male driver was arrested and the vehicle was towed following for traffic safety act violations. Further investigation revealed the male wa…

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There are now 1,162 confirmed recovered cases of COVID-19 in the province. A total of 165 new cases have been reported, bringing the total number of cases to 2,562. One Albertan has died since the last report, bringing the total number of reported deaths to 51.

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In the province, the Alberta Motor Transportation Association (AMTA) has been a focal point during the COVID-19 pandemic, as the online “#thankatrucker” campaign continues to grow in popularity throughout the province, the country, and throughout the United States.

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Alberta Wildfire is hiring 200 additional firefighters, invoking a fire ban, implementing off-highway vehicle (OHV) restrictions, increasing fine violations and funding $20 million more in community FireSmart initiatives, all to prepare for the upcoming wildfire season during COVID-19.

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Recognizing that Alberta Health had previously released data confirming two erroneous cases in the City of Brooks, we can confidently release information that three cases of COVID-19 have been identified and confirmed locally. 

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There are now 914 confirmed recovered cases of COVID-19 in the province. With 138 new cases reported, the total number of cases in Alberta is 1,870. Two Albertans have died since the last report, bringing the total deaths in the province to 48.