Alberta Health Services (AHS) is teaming up with individuals, community groups, schools and businesses across the province to celebrate National Addictions Awareness Week.
Korie-Lyn Northey, with the local chapter of AHS and Mental Health, says it's an opportunity to raise awareness about issues relating to substance...
Environment Canada has snowfall warnings in place for a big chunk of the Peace Region.
Grande Prairie, Beaverlodge, Valleyview, Fairview, High Prairie, Manning, Peace River and the B.C. Peace are all included.
The weather agency says heavier snow will start Wednesday and there could be 10 to 15 centimetres by tomorrow...
Grande Prairie RCMP say a fire truck was struck by another vehicle while the fire department was helping at the scene of another collision.
Last Thursday, around 8:30 a.m., emergency crews were on the scene of a collision at 108 Street and 97 Avenue.
Firefighters were there to re-direct traffic and restrict access...
Parking bans will be in place on permanent snow routes as of 7 a.m. Wednesday in Grande Prairie.
The city says the bans make it easier for crews to plow the snow.
Permanent snow routes include arterial and collector roads and transit routes.
The bans are in place from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays until further...
Educating the public on the dangers of opioids and putting them in touch with agencies dealing with the crisis are two of the focuses of a Community Fentanyl Forum set for this evening.
The free event begins at 7 pm in the Bowes Family Gardens at Revolution Place.
Nicky Lucas with Moms Stop the Harm is one of the...
There will be an eventual interchange built on Highway 43 where the bypass is being constructed.
Ryan Konowalyk, Regional Director for Alberta Transportation Peace Region, says the project is on schedule to open late next fall with a set of lights by Richmond Hill going up first.
“Much like Highway 43 and 2 there...
A Community Fentanyl Forum planned for next week will give locals a chance to learn about the opioid crisis.
Tracy Pelgrim, overdose prevention nurse with HIV North, says people need to understand how these issues are taking hold in Grande Prairie.
"There are a lot of people who are aware of the crisis we're in,...
The Storm saw their 5 game winning streak snapped last night as they fell 5-1 in Lloydminster.
Zach Okabe had the lone goal for the Storm, who will return home to face Sherwood Park on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, in the NWJHL on Saturday, the County JDA Kings fell 4-0 to North Peace.
The league returns to action on...
GPRC women's soccer will return from nationals in Halifax with a sixth place finish.
They fell 1-nil to Douglas college in the 5th place game yesterday.
A couple of tight losses for GPRC basketball in Edmonton against Concordia.
The men fell 79-78 while the women dropped a 54-51 decision.
Only one local football team is moving on in provincial playoffs.
The St Joe's Celtics beat Paul Kane 44-0 yesterday to advance to the Tier 2 High school North final.
They will visit the Lloydminster Barons next Saturday.
Other results included Peace Wapiti falling 25-7 to St Albert in a tier 3 High school North...