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It's the season for enormous vegetables. A sunny summer has nurtured a harvest of huge zucchini and winter squash, even giant kale. Here are a few recipes to try.
The man who killed a Calgary Centex employee during a gas-and-dash theft has asked the Alberta Court of Appeal to lower his 11-year sentence.
The 2019 First Nations Princess, formerly Indian Princess, is 19-year-old Astokomii Smith of the Siksika Nation. Ahead of a busy year of appearances and appointments for the Calgary Stampede, she sat down with The Homestretch to discuss how she views the role.
In the last week of February 2018, Indigenous protest camps popped up in both Calgary and Regina. The Regina camp was forced by court order to come down earlier this month. The Calgary camp is fast approaching 200 days and going strong.
After a summer of seemingly random pathway closures, and hard-to-follow detours, one municipal politician is asking that the city better signal ahead of construction projects that might affect walkers and bikers.
Jayson Marshall, a talent agent based in southern Alberta, sees 20 pitches a week from parents — all of whom hope their kid will be the next Dakota Fanning. He gives some tips on how to help your child break into the film industry.
The teenage boy accused of shooting a German tourist in the head wants to be released from jail while he awaits trial. A bail hearing will take place next month for the teen.
Some have said the bill could devastate an energy industry already grappling with constrained pipeline capacity and depressed commodity prices.
Two of the three karaoke champions in Canada are from the same small bar in Hamilton. And now they're headed to the 2018 Karaoke World Championships in Finland.
A municipal enforcement officer called the RCMP for assistance and the driver was arrested "after a short scuffle with officers on scene."
Washington's Department of Ecology says that the Canadian government, as the owner of the 100-kilometre pipeline, is required by law to have an approved spill response plan. It's now given the operator 60 days to add more details in several areas.
Former Blood Tribe chief Harley Frank has been embroiled in a land battle on the reserve that is home to 12,500 people in southern Alberta, 250 kilometres southeast of Calgary.
A retail chain with locations across Canada, the United States and Mexico is facing criticism in Calgary for selling Halloween costumes that use clichés and stereotypes to depict Indigenous people.
A stolen truck plowed into a home, hit a police vehicle, swerved into traffic and crashed into another vehicle before slamming into a second home during a wild chase in Calgary overnight.
On Nov. 11, 2015, Chris Harrison, 40, attacked Preston Goulet, 42 in an Edson strip club. Goulet died of blunt-force head injuries a few days later. A jury found Harrison guilty of manslaughter. He will be sentenced Nov. 5.
The last thing a satisfied WestJet customer expected to hear when she sent the company a glowing review was a referral to a suicide hotline.
A grieving family is pleading with Alberta Health Services to make a life-saving treatment for heart attack patients available in Red Deer — before another patient dies in Central Alberta.
The mayor of Red Deer is calling on the Alberta government to pay for the "consequences" of gaps in addictions and homelessness services.
Furniture store West Elm says it's reviewing a Calgary artist's claim the store copied one of her paintings for a patterned bedspread without the artist's consent.