Ward 14 Coun. Peter Demong is seeking a fourth term as councillor, saying he hopes to finish with another term on council.
There’s no better way to start your day than with Sue Deyell and Andrew Schultz as they discuss everything you need in the morning, including weather, traffic highlights and, of course, news.
Mayor Nenshi, CEMA Chief Sue Henry and bylaw chief Ryan Pleckaitis will announce the city’s response to the latest round of provincial restrictions.
Donations to Pledge Day surpassed $290,000, all of which will go to children’s charities in and around Calgary in 2021. “It’s nothing short of fantastic.”
Former deputy Susan Henry is CEMA’s new chief. “We got the very best person in the world,” Mayor Nenshi said of the decision he wasn’t involved with.
Dr. Sumon Chakabarti tackles some of the latest COVID-19 headlines, including potential vaccines, small business closures and Newfoundland and P.E.I leaving the Atlantic bubble.
AHS says callers to 911 will not notice any change, but city officials from Calgary, Lethbridge, Red Deer and Wood Buffalo are concerned the move will cost lives.
The former NFL quarterback and his wife, Jennifer, won a ‘tussle’ with the alleged kidnapper in their home.
Four Alberta mayors, a number of first responders and two NDP MLAs tried to ratchet up the pressure on the provincial government on Thursday, once again asking it to reverse a decision to centralize emergency first responder dispatch services.
Gone are the days of crowded bars and speed dating events, and even organic meetings are affected now, too.