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The suicide of a nine-year-old Syrian girl last month has organizations in Calgary scrutinizing their many services for newcomers, in hopes of preventing future tragedies.
The Calgary Public Library is doing a call out for Indigenous artists to contribute to four permanent art installations showcasing traditional Indigenous methods and contemporary art practices.
If not for Alberta's first NDP premier, Justin Trudeau likely would have had an even harder time crafting a national climate plan. If not for Rachel Notley, Ottawa also might not own a pipeline right now. At the very least, the prime minister would have had a much harder time justifying his support for that pipeline's expansion.
For weeks, Jason Kenney framed Alberta's election around three key issues: jobs, pipelines and the economy. With his United Conservative Party soon to take charge, people are looking to him to fulfil his pledge and deliver on all three.
The gradual disappearance of women from the ranks of Canada's premiers raises questions about society's willingness to embrace true equality, former female leaders and political pundits said Wednesday.
A fatal head-on collision closed a stretch of Peigan Trail in southeast Calgary for a time Wednesday.
The unofficial turnout shows nearly 70 per cent of Albertans voted in the provincial election — the highest in decades.
Doug Schweitzer got his political baptism as Jim Prentice's campaign manager. Now, as the newly elected MLA for Calgary-Elbow, he reflects on the new governments' priorities a day after their election victory.
The United Conservative Party's commanding victory in the Alberta election on Tuesday came with a near sweep of the ridings in Calgary.
A provincial judge has ruled that video evidence from an old trial, showing a confrontation between UCP MLA Jason Nixon and an Alberta Fish and Wildlife officer, cannot be released to the media.
Contract talks between the CFL and its players have turned ugly. The CFL Players' Association has instructed its players not to make travel arrangements to attend training camps when they open May 19.
Joe Ceci has been re-elected, this time to represent Calgary-Buffalo, beating out UCP candidate Tom Olsen in a close race. Ceci was interviewed Wednesday on the Calgary Eyeopener.
Although Jason Kenney appealed in French to Quebec in his victory speech to help Alberta get its oil to market, Quebec Premier François Legault isn't playing.
Notre Dame Cathedral was badly damaged in a fire Monday, setting off an outpouring of emotion around the world. Two Calgary experts talk about why it matters.
Alberta's oil industry will be watching to see how the incoming government's plan to scrap a deal that was expected to move an additional 120,000 barrels of crude per day will impact the market.
Children, parents and staff at an unidentified Calgary daycare have been notified via letter that they may have been exposed to tuberculosis.
The New Democrats' defeat in last night's Alberta provincial election marked the end of a remarkable chapter in the province's politics — Alberta's first-ever NDP government. The arrival of a new provincial conservative government, meanwhile, could mark the start of a new chapter in federal politics.