Vehicles from semi-trucks to gravel trucks to cyclists have been seen doing U-turns, ignoring traffic signals and barriers, since 101 Street was partially closed in June.
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The police service said it’s ‘committed to working toward peaceful reconciliation with the Indigenous community,’ while still performing its necessary duties.
“While this year and a half has been crazy, it has also given me the chance to find my true self,” Prokop said in a statement, accompanied by hearts in the colour of the rainbow.
People are advised to monitor for symptoms of heatstroke and heat exhaustion, such as high body temperatures, lack of sweating, confusion, fainting and loss of consciousness.
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team investigate the circumstances around the man’s death, CPS said.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney celebrated the first major event to be held in Canada since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with a Calgary Stampede pancake breakfast Monday.
In a news release, police said a transit employee reported a man was on the train with a gun in his lap.
EMS said paramedics were initially called to the scene for reports of someone seriously injured, but confirmed one person was pronounced dead at the scene.
According to investigators, the man was walking along Mahogany Boulevard S.E. near Mahogany Gate when he was approached by a man he didn’t know, who was driving a red SUV.
The cost of the program is being evenly shared between the province and the federal government, with each contributing $222 million.
The 2021 Calgary Stampede gets underway with a scaled-back parade on the Stampede grounds.
Detectives who have been investigating a string of nearly a dozen churches being vandalized with red paint last week will be helping the arson unit with its search for clues.
Alberta entered Phase 3 of the Open for Summer plan on Thursday, July 1, with virtually all public health restrictions being lifted.
On Monday, AESO said Alberta had surpassed the previous record for electricity use, as people cranked their air conditioning units and fans in hopes of cooling off.
Police said officers were called to the Siksika Anglican Church, located in Map 4, at about 7 a.m. Tuesday for reports of a fire.