The Stampede said this year’s iteration will be familiar but different — more space, fewer people.
After finishing her journalism degree with distinction, Kaylen Small jumped into producing television news for CBC Edmonton in 2016, learning tons about how the broadcast world worked. She later transitioned into web and radio, tailoring each story for the platform.
The Edmontonian shot, wrote, voiced and edited stories on an array of topics, including domestic violence, sexual harassment, masculinity, loss, vigils, rallies, dancing, weed, dandelions, bowling, local businesses, floods, trains and signs.
Then in 2018, Kaylen headed down the QEII to Calgary to dive into cyberspace as an online journalist with Global News.
Each time, a man approached a woman, showed a knife and robbed the victim of their cash, wallet or purse, according to police.
The new cases came from 15,509 tests, which means a provincial positivity rate of 10.3 per cent, according to Dr. Deena Hinshaw.
Alberta Health said 661 people were in hospital, with 148 of them in intensive care.
The new court order obtained by Alberta Health Services enforces “mandatory compliance of public health orders for gatherings,” police said.
The Calgary Fire Department responded to several calls about a blaze in the 1100 block of 84 Street N.E. on Saturday.
Alberta Health Services issued orders for Trolley 5 Brewpub, Ceili’s on 17th and Murdoch’s Bar and Grill.
Calgary police want to talk to people who saw two unrelated, potential hate crimes — graffiti on a Black Lives Matter logo and an anti-Asian road rage incident — happen in April.
“It’s going to be devastating for every restaurant across the province that has been scrambling the last two to three weeks to get their patios mobilized.”
Alberta Health said 648 people are in hospital, with 155 of them in intensive care.
The Famous 5 Foundation made a statement in downtown Calgary on Wednesday in support of public health measures.
Calgary police are investigating an act of vandalism as a hate-motivated crime in the northeast community of Monterey Park.
Two men were killed and a woman was injured after motorcycles crashed near Cochrane, Alta., on Monday.
The Calgary man was last seen leaving his home in Panorama Hills on the morning of April 24, heading to work.
On April 11, Maskwacis RCMP and EMS responded to the aftermath of a home invasion, finding a 51-year-old man with stab wounds.