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A man told police he was at a bonfire party near the Red Deer River with about 15 to 20 other people when he was shot.
Zac Rinaldo's first goal of the season in the third period was the game-winner on Friday night as the Nashville Predators beat the Calgary Flames 5-3.
The group has asked to speak to a number of politicians, including Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau.
Current rules prohibit Calgary police officers from consuming marijuana, even when they're not on duty.
A late October heatwave has given southern Alberta's farmers hope that they can harvest some of their crops before winter arrives for good.
50 Alberta craft brewers have teamed up to create a new brew to celebrate Alberta Beer Week and to raise a little money for the province's micro brewers.
The United Conservative Party continues to win Alberta’s political fundraising sweepstakes with $1.18 million in donations over the last quarter, $500,000 more than the governing NDP.
It's believed the suspects are responsible for break-ins over a three week period in Panorama Hills in the city's northwest and in the southwest communities of Canyon Meadows and Evergreen Estates.
Politics is often referred to as a blood sport but two Calgary artists present it more as a dance in their performance.
More couples are coming forward with stories of delays and disappointment at Effortless IVF, a low-cost private fertility clinic in Calgary. They're calling for tougher regulations.
The airline says it had hoped to have all regulatory approvals in place to operate south of the border — but one of those has not yet been approved.
The spending will go toward victim service units run by the municipal police forces across Alberta, and boost support for domestic violence survivors this year and for the next three fiscal years.
The CEO of a cannabis retail company with a store in Calgary says if demand keeps up as it has, he may run out of some products by the end of the weekend.
Jurors have found Ken Carter, a Calgary millionaire accused of paying more than $800,000 to discredit and harass his ex-girlfriend in a custody battle, guilty on charges of criminal harassment.
One of two tourists charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient red-brick wall in northern Thailand is from Grande Prairie, Alta.
The co-owner of a recreational weed store says an appeal by the community association is delaying the store opening despite what she calls support from many of the people who live there.
The future for employees at Monsanto’s Canadian head office in Winnipeg is up in the air after the company’s new owners announced plans to move the operation to Calgary this week.
Paramedics transported a woman in her 20s from a southwest Calgary home in serious, but stable condition after she was assaulted.