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Twenty years ago, there were no national statistics on wildfire evacuations
‘We drive by piles of ash and crumbled brick. What used to be there?’ writes Jenna Hauck
Users must now choose between two male and two female voices when enabling the voice assistant
Pedestrians must shoulder their share of the responsibility
“These are, we might say, febrile times.”
Most people hearing this news are likely to ask, why hadn’t the driver been charged with homicide?
Sunday night look for the moon in a crescent low in the low western sky just after sunset
A story in the Old Testament frames a clear response to such questions.
Montana Burgess writes about the provincial government’s recent forestry updates
A violator’s signature is not required to make the ticket valid.
Enormous firefighting effort saved Beaverdell from destruction in 1989
‘In these days of COVID, we all need to be aware of how we treat others.’
I think that we should be doing more to improve our driving than renewing our licence every 5 years.
When more than one driver stops at the same time the situation becomes a bit more complicated
Don’t you think life is like gardening in some ways?
‘Today, local media is as valued as it’s ever been’
“Short stays on acute psychiatric units with minimal follow up care are not sufficient,” says Crain.