68-year-old man in life-threatening condition after Calgary motorcycle incident
Police said the incident happened at around 1 p.m. on Anderson Road Southeast near Bonaventure Drive Southeast.
Serious motorcycle collision closes southeast Calgary road
According to the Calgary Police Service, a single motorcycle crashed at the intersection of Acadia Drive and Anderson Road Southeast at around 1 p.m.
‘I feel free’: Judge acquits two Manitoba men convicted in 1973 killing in Winnipeg
Brian Anderson and Allan Woodhouse were sentenced to life in prison in the death of Ting Fong Chan, a restaurant worker who was fatally stabbed in 1973.
Canadian, French military planes ‘came into contact’ at Guam air base
The Department of National Defence told Global News the incident occurred Friday on the ramp at Anderson Air Force Base "in which the two aircraft came into contact."
‘Sharing a moment’: B.C. teen receives Taylor Swift’s hat during Eras tour in Seattle
Carter Anderson is one of Taylor Swift's biggest fans. But when he went down to Seattle for her Eras show, he had no idea he would be picked out of the crowd.
Manitoba judge acquits two men convicted in 1973 killing in Winnipeg
Anderson and Woodhouse were sentenced to life in prison in the death of Ting Fong Chan, a restaurant worker who was fatally stabbed in 1973 near a downtown construction site.
Family of man killed in northeast Calgary C-Train parking lot speaks out
A Calgary family is speaking out nearly a week after their loved one was stabbed to death in a NE LRT parking lot. Global Jayme Doll reports.
Wonder Woman statue unveiled at Calgary’s Bow Valley College
A statue of “Wonder Woman” movie star Gal Gadot, clad in armour and brandishing a shield and sword is on display at Calgary's Bow Valley College Centre for Entertainment Arts.
1 person found dead following apartment fire in central Edmonton
One person was found dead after a fire at a Westwood Apartment building, said Edmonton Fire Rescue Services.
N.S. RCMP to apologize for street checks, more than 2 years after refusing to do so
The Nova Scotia RCMP plans to formally apologize for its historical use of street checks, more than two years after the force said it was not planning to do so.
Fatal stabbing Saturday night at Calgary’s Marlborough CTrain station
Police were called to the scene around 6:30 p.m. and found a man with life-threatening injuries. The victim later died in hospital. Six people are in custody.
29-year-old killed in Richmond, B.C., shooting
Richmond RCMP arrived at the scene of a reported shooting early Sunday morning and found a victim with grave injuries. The person later died in hospital.
Trudeau’s plane grounded in India by technical issues following G20 summit
The Prime Minister's Office says it was alerted to the issue as Trudeau's delegation departed for the airport. Trudeau will stay in India until alternate transport is arranged.
Saskatoon’s John A. MacDonald Road one step closer to new name
Saskatoon's John A. MacDonald Road is one step closer to getting a new name, Miyo-wâhkôhtowin Road.
Winnipeg welcomes year-round indoor skatepark ‘Pitikwe’ for inclusive fun
The Pitikwe Skatepark is named for the Cree word meaning 'come in' or 'welcome,' which is a fitting title given the aims of the group behind the project.
N.B. lawmakers question the need for carbon adjuster fuel charge
The carbon adjuster charge adds 6.22 cents to the price of fuel in the province, double a similar charge in Nova Scotia.
Charlie Huddy, Doug Weight to be inducted into Oilers Hall of Fame
Huddy and Weight will see their names placed in the ring above the PCL Loge Level at Rogers Place on Oct. 26 before the Oilers host the New York Rangers.
Vancouver’s industrial land shortage has reached ‘crisis’ level, report finds
The average cost of industrial land has tripled in the past five years, with average costs now roughly six times higher in Metro Vancouver than in Calgary, the report found.
BC Ferries investigating after construction damages First Nation midden on Hornby Island
BC Ferries has apologized and launched an investigation after construction work on Hornby Island resulted in damage to a historic, protected midden.
Vertical farming operators eye Peterborough region for expansion
Peterborough and Kawarthas Economic Development says several European producers are eyeing the region for expansion into vertical farming. An issue is finding land for a facility.