The extreme cold weather conditions and snowfall affecting Alberta and the larger prairie region of Canada is impacting WestJet operations and led to hundreds of cancelled flights.
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On Jan. 11, RCMP say they found a vehicle suspected of being involved in a recent hit and run collision and an altercation between the suspect a police officer led to a shooting.
Over the coming days winter temperatures are set to drop significantly, the City of Calgary is laying out its plans to keep vulnerable Calgarians safe.
Despite uncertain economic times the future landscape of influencer marketing is bright. The industry is worth nearly US$21.1 billion and has increased 105 per cent since 2021.
Canada’s Abigail Strate leapt to World Cup bronze in women’s ski jumping on Wednesday in Austria, she picked up 233.6 points in the normal hill event to land on the podium.
A Calgary man charged with multiple counts of sexual abuse of a child is wanted on a Canada-wide warrant after failing to appear in court while on release.
The Calgary Stampeders have signed defensive back Rodney Randle Jr. after his stint with the NFL’s New England Patriots.
The RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime (FSOC) unit has charged two men with 12 criminal offences following a brief drug trafficking investigation.
A 61-year-old Calgary man is dead after falling into the Bow River near Mînî Thnî, formerly known as Morley, on Christmas Day. His body was recovered on Boxing Day.