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A fire ban has been issued for Waterton Lakes National Park due to elevated fire danger. Lighting or maintaining fires in this area is now strictly prohibited.

The annual wetlands weed pull is back for the 10th year in a row to help fight the ongoing battle of invasive weeds in southwest Alberta.

The Canadian Coasters is back again this summer, celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary in style. However, it’s not just Canada’s birthday the Coasters are celebrating, but their own personal milestone of their 50th anniversary and their seventh tour since their initial founding in 1967.

Science and History day is back this year at Waterton Lakes and Glacier National parks, so interested members of the public and scientists can unite to share their current findings.

With the Alberta floods behind them, the Town of High River is taking the devastation the event left in its wake as an opportunity to build the downtown area into a place of wonderment.

High levels of air pollution from the smoke from forest fires in British Columbia and western Alberta continue to hover near areas of southwestern Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) released its 2016-17 Annual Report today.

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