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Jack Eichel scored the overtime winner for the Buffalo Sabres in a 4-3 road win over the Calgary Flames on Wednesday.
A collision between two vehicles northwest of Rocky Mountain House Wednesday claimed the lives of a 35-year-old woman and a four-year-old boy.
A trailer filled with cars collided with a downtown Calgary bridge, crushing the cars it was carrying and getting stuck shortly after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
If there was ever a weather edition of the Battle of Alberta, Calgary would beat Edmonton hands down, every time.
A four-year study is underway to learn more about how Syrian refugees are settling in Canada. The research began in 2017 by Western University nursing professor, Abe Oudshoorn.
The remains of an Alberta man who went for a walk in Arizona on Christmas Eve in 2010 and never returned have been found.
One person is dead and another in hospital after a grain truck collided with a pickup truck on an Alberta highway Wednesday.
Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says earnings from its significantly pared-back assets climbed 80 per cent in the fourth quarter compared with a year earlier.
A new program launched in Calgary this week is helping clean up a side-effect of the city's opioid crisis.
The service launched the MedicAlert Connect Protect program on Tuesday to help spread information about individuals who have a medical, mental health or physical condition or a cognitive developmental disability.
A southern Alberta man has once again been found guilty of sexually abusing teenage girls and the prosecution plans to seek a dangerous offender designation, meaning he could be jailed indefinitely.
Alberta Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd says the province is leaving its oil curtailment levels at 325,000 barrels per day for now despite discounts for western Canadian crude that have narrowed to three-and-a-half-year lows.
A homeless man on trial for second-degree murder told court he's not the killer shown on video stomping a shelter client to death on a busy Calgary street in 2015.
The vacancy rate in downtown Calgary dipped a little bit in the last three months of last year, but optimism may be premature, a new report suggests.
Do you think Calgary should allow adults to drink liquor at designated picnic sites in city parks? City officials are considering the possibility and are now asking for feedback from the public.
Environment Canada is urging caution for people in the Calgary area and southern Alberta with fog advisories pointing to “near zero visibility.”
Calgary Sun columnist Rick Bell is a frequent critic of city hall and knows his articles are widely read within the halls of municipal power — what he didn't know, until just recently, is that top city officials had access to his work even before it was published.
Some men are outraged by a new Gillette ad about toxic masculinity because they're not used to males or masculinity being criticized in advertising.