Canada Day events have a new location for 2013. Events Wood Buffalo has announced a few details for the YMM Canada Day Festival which will take place June 30th & July 1st, 2013 on Hardin Street at the Clearwater […]
The Food Bank is open the second Saturday of each month for volunteers – the next is May 11 from 8:30 – 4:30.
Volunteers are also welcome to drop by anytime during regular hours to help out.
Those hours are […]
Fort McMurray Firefighters on the roof of Paddy McSwiggins From Wednesday, April 03 2013To Sunday, April 07 2013
The Fort McMurray firefighters are camping out on the roof of Paddy McSwiggins for local […]
A wild and sexy comedy about what goes on behind closed doors. Featuring a cast of quirky characters in a collection of vignettes that reveal the juxtaposition and flirtatious goings on of 6 different Bedtime […]
Shain Gandee, a castmember on MTV’s reality series Buckwild, was found dead Monday morning in a vehicle in Sissonville, W. Va.
The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Department tells E! News that 21-year-old Gandee, his […]
DuffleBag Theatre has wowed audiences of all ages in theatres, festivals and schools across the country. In their refreshing adaptations of fairy tales and Shakespearean classics, audience members are invited into […]
Fort McMurray was buzzing with word that Wood Buffalo council would enact a bylaw forcing residents to take down their Christmas lights before April 30th.
April 27 is Daffodil Day, and you can show your support for people fighting cancer by wearing the Canadian Cancer Society daffodil pin.
Pins are available for a donation at locations throughout Fort McMurray. […]
All-American girl? Not anymore! After a month of marriage, a source says in the new Us Weekly, country sweetheart Carrie Underwood is leaving Nashville for Ontario — where her hockey-player husband, Mike […]
Canadian Country Great Julian Austin dropped by Country 93.3 for a live performance.
Julian Austin has released more than fifteen singles in Canada, including the Number One hit “Little Ol’ Kisses” (1997). He […]
Canadian country music singer-songwriter Ryan Laird dropped by the Country 93.3 studios to perform his new song “Girl crazy”.
Ryan (who just wrapped up a tour with Alan Jackson) was in Fort McMurray to perform […]
Clayton Bellamy (one of The Road Hammers) stopped by the Country 93.3 studios to perform his solo hit “Everyone’s a Dreamer.”
Clayton grew up in Bonnyville, Alberta before his family settled in Nashville, […]
Two ambitious visionaries race against each other to introduce to the world a revolutionary new device called “television.” By the fall of 1921, an Idaho farm boy had drawn a diagram of an “image dissector tube” […]
It’s time to do that “spring forward” thing again.
The switch from Standard Time to Daylight Saving Time comes Saturday night. Canadians in much of the country will lose an hour’s sleep. The major exception […]
The Fort McMurray Oil Barons demolished the Grande Prairie Storm in game three Tuesday night, by a score of 9-4. The win advances the Barons to the second round of the AJHL playoffs.
Hear the highlights:
The Fort McMurray Oil Barons are firmly in the driver’s seat of their best-of-five playoff series with the Grande […]
A full Red Arrow passenger bus headed from Fort McMurray to Edmonton rolled onto its side around 2:15 p.m. Friday.
Alberta Health Services reports at least 30 have been injured and a dozen ambulances have been […]