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In time for the holidays, 25 formerly homeless Calgary women will be moving into apartments of their own.
Seasonal plants like the poinsettia or Christmas cactus can last beyond the holidays, if given a little TLC. Here are a few tips from Kath Symth of the Calgary Horticultural Society.
A CIBC oil and gas analyst says the recent deterioration in crude oil prices makes it unlikely that a better offer will emerge to force Husky Energy Inc. to sweeten its hostile takeover bid for an oilsands rival.
The City of Airdrie is warning the public to keep an eye out for a brightly painted coyote that was shot with a paint gun after attacking a six-year-old boy at a light festival Monday.
A southern Alberta man who was responsible for killing his girlfriend's baby has been sentenced to three years in prison.
A class action lawsuit has been filed against the Calgary Airport Authority for allegedly giving a portion of its airport improvement fees to airlines and spending on improvements at a smaller, nearby airport, without notifying flyers what their fees are being used for.
On the three-year anniversary of a brutal attack on an elderly Calgary couple in their home, the man on trial for the crimes testified in his own defence and denied any involvement despite his DNA being found at the scene.
Two allies of embattled Calgary city councillor Jeromy Farkas are spitting mad about his inaccurate social media posts and his reaction to a temporary removal from one council meeting.
The federal government's $1.6-billion lifeline to Alberta's oil and gas industry is being thrown in the wrong direction and isn't enough to help struggling companies, say industry insiders after the funding announcement on Tuesday.
Concern that there's too much oil for a slowing global economy sent a tremour through oil markets Tuesday, as the benchmark price for North American crude fell more than seven per cent to its lowest level since the summer of 2017.
A jury has found a central Alberta man not guilty in the death of a suspected thief following a late night highway pursuit.
Alberta potato farmers have nearly tied Prince Edward Island growers for the title as the country's top spud producer.
Calgarians with a penchant for timepieces can now get a close look at the inner workings of a rare clock — the last of its kind in Canada — that has been in the tower at Old City Hall for more than a century.
Taylor Fawcett, an aspiring opera singer, has launched a lispy, impassioned campaign to repair his damaged mug.
A former Calgary police officer has pleaded guilty, after thousands of child pornographic images were found on two cellphones, a computer tower and a laptop.
The federal government is promising more than $1.6 billion — most of it in loans — to support the ailing energy sector, but it's unlikely to snuff heightened political tension between Ottawa and Alberta.
The new process is part of tough new drinking and driving rules that come into effect across the country on Dec. 18 called mandatory alcohol screening.
A man sent to hospital following a shooting Monday night in the northwest Calgary neighbourhood of Panorama Hills has died.
New residents of homes built on an old golf course in northeast Calgary have been greeted with hateful Facebook messages and even a note left on one person's windshield, which the developer describes as upsetting.