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The Once Through Steam Generator Applied Research Lab is expected to find key solutions to critical and environmental challenges associated with steam generation for in situ oilsands.
A 46-year-old man is facing a new batch of charges after escaping police custody in Lethbridge and threatening officers with a knife as they tried to recapture him.
Modern democracies are supposed to have a separation between church and state. But in Alberta, organized religion plays a role in schools and health-care delivery.
Following requests from a city councillor, the city gave reporters a tour of a rarely-seen room that is used by council for closed-door sessions.
Katy Speerstra hasn't seen her pet, Hamilton, since he chased after a rabbit on Halloween night. But she has heard from a handful of people who've tried to cash in on her pain.
Deputy Chief Paul Cook spoke to reporters on Friday to address questions about the service's four-year budget request. He said they're short about 100 officers at the moment.
Alberta Parks is opening a stretch of fully accessible trail in seven parks. Each is called the Cecile Buhl One-Kilometre Experience.
Police, firefighters and emergency crews responded Thursday afternoon to a call at Millennium Cryogenic Technologies in the Leduc Business Park.
The question of whether Alberta should force industry-wide production cuts to relieve an oversupply of oil and support prices has opened a rift between companies that are suffering from price discounts and those that aren't.
The station was closed for several hours Thursday evening as the Calgary police traffic section investigated.
Bill Ptacek says it's important to make changes quickly as people use the space and notice problems, but says there are some issues that can't be fixed.
Calgary Transit staff will be trying their best to keep the oldest train cars running, but without new money in this year's budget, they're warning the city's four-car C-Train service may be jeopardized.
The Calgary Fire Department is seeing an uptick in the number of calls it receives to pick up discarded needles and drugs debris across the city.
Southern Albertans woke up to a snowy and windy world Friday, a contrast to a relatively warm and sunny week.
Oh, what a tangled web. At the centre is John Carpay, president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, UCP member, friend of leader Jason Kenney, but no friend of gay-straight alliances.
The count of eligible voters in Calgary's Olympic plebiscite was more than 100,000 higher than in the municipal election just one year earlier — and it's not clear why.
'I've walked for 10 years and I hiked the Trans Canada trail,' Dana Meise told CBC at a stop along the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway.
On any given day in downtown Toronto, you'll see a flurry of bike couriers pedalling their way through traffic, bags strapped to their backs, on their way to deliver your next meal. But if those couriers get hurt on the job, a Marketplace investigation has found their eligibility for work-related compensation depends on which app they deliver for.
The city's three new bus rapid transit routes, branded Max, will go into service next Monday, which will also see the biggest number of transit route changes in Calgary's history.