The classical elements (earth, water, air and fire) are shifting and water is now “the new fire” according to The Insurance Bureau of Canada.

The efforts by the non-profit organization Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter (YES) to secure provincial funding for Dorie's House appeared to have suffered a setback after a recent letter from the Ministry of Social Services.

A cast of Swift Current seniors and youth presented a drama production about technology and how it can be used for good or bad.

Palliser Economic Partnership (PEP) was the recipient of two economic development awards of excellence for its work in seeing the Oyen Rail Yard and Logistic Park become a reality.

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Near average water levels expected across Alberta

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With climate change becoming an alarming issue to people across the globe, the question of water shortages even in countries with as much fresh water as Canada has become a hot topic.

For the past six decades, the purebred cattle producers in southeast Alberta have had a venue for buying and selling their bulls close to home at the Medicine Hat Bull Sale and since its beginnings, has always been held at the Medicine Hat Exhibition and Stampede.

Beef and dairy farmers around the world are looking for ways to reduce methane emissions from their herds to reduce greenhouse gas emissions – a global priority.

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