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Three DC arrests made in Grande Prairie

Three DC arrests made in Grande Prairie

Grande Prairie RCMP say a traffic stop yielded three residents from Mile Zero, 33 grams of cocaine, 43 grams of meth, and a loaded sawed-off shotgun on March 3.
Nights are lit with adventure at Nitehawk

Nights are lit with adventure at Nitehawk

Head south from Grande Prairie, cross the Wapiti River on the way to Grande Cache, hang an immediate right, slide past the O'Brien Park and into the Nitehawk Year-Round Adventure Park.
Dig up some family action less than an hour away

Dig up some family action less than an hour away

If you’re looking to take the family tribe out over a weekend or better yet for Spring break, think about this type of action-packed trip cross border to Grande Prairie to help disrupt your Peace.
La Glace announces Small Town Bringdown 2019

La Glace announces Small Town Bringdown 2019

James Barker Band, Aaron Goodvin on the bill
RCMP after armed and dangerous man for northern Alberta shootings

RCMP after armed and dangerous man for northern Alberta shootings

RCMP want the public’s help – but also are advising to keep their distance from a suspect they say is armed and dangerous after a pair of shootings.
Grande Prairie part of Tuesday CP strike

Grande Prairie part of Tuesday CP strike

Edmonton, Vancouver also part of Tuesday action.
Beaverlodge hosting V-ball provincials

Beaverlodge hosting V-ball provincials

Beaverlodge Regional High School (BRHS) will open its doors to the province Thursday as host of the 2018 Senior Girls 3A Volleyball Provincial Games The three-day event runs November 22-24.
Remains of BC man found in Alberta

Remains of BC man found in Alberta

The remains of a 22-year-old man who vanished a year ago from Whistler, B.C., have been found in Alberta.
Supreme Court beer ruling could apply to AB/BC pipeline war

Supreme Court beer ruling could apply to AB/BC pipeline war

A Supreme Court of Canada ruling on bringing beer from Quebec into New Brunswick has implications for the trade war between Alberta and B.C. over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, experts said Thursday.
Alberta preparing to put the screws to BC with new economic sanctions

Alberta preparing to put the screws to BC with new economic sanctions

The Justin Trudeau government has seven weeks to provide “final clarity,” or Kinder Morgan Canada says it will take a $1.1 billion write-off and pull the plug on its $7.4 billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.