CALGARY—Alberta Premier Jason Kenney was met at his Calgary Stampede pancake breakfast by a handful of people voicing opposition to an education law that they say puts gay and transgender students at risk.
You are here
CALGARY—A veteran Canadian Pacific Railway engineer says railroaders are supporting each other after a derailment in the Rocky Mountains earlier this week claimed three of their own.
“All the people I work with are incredible professionals, and we take care of each other and watch each other,” Carl Schnurr of Calgary said yesterday.
CALGARY—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has made the Calgary Stampede rounds, with his first stop being at MP Kent Hehr's pancake breakfast.
Hehr lost his cabinet post earlier this year after an investigation into allegations of inappropriate conduct with women.
CALGARY—Police say a man whose body was found inside a wall in a women's washroom in a downtown Calgary mall died accidentally after he crawled into a vent behind a toilet and got stuck.
“The victim's motivation for crawling inside the wall is unknown at this time,” police said yesterday.
MORLEY, Alta.—RCMP and paramedics were called to a rural home west of Calgary yesterday where an infant was pronounced dead and 14 other people were found suffering from influenza-like symptoms.
Cpl. Curtis Peters said Mounties went to a home in Morley, on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation 60 km west of Calgary, to check on a report of a child in medical distress.
CALGARY—A trademark flap over a popular deep-fried Canadian treat has reached a sweet conclusion.
BeaverTails Pastry in Montreal has apologized to a Calgary food writer who renamed her homemade version—twice—when the company complained.
Julie Van Rosendaal posted her recipe on her blog “Dinner with Julie” around Canada Day last year.
CALGARY—Ottawa is planning to boost treatment options for opioid drug users as it tries to deal with what Health minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor is calling a national public health crisis.
Petitpas Taylor yesterday outlined some of the steps the federal government aims to take at a conference of the Canadian Centre on Substance Use and Addiction.
CALGARY—There's no such thing as an easy coffee run or a quick bathroom break for the dozen or so staffers at a new laboratory opening in Calgary today.
That's because anyone and anything entering the facility—part of the Western Canadian Microbiome Centre at the University of Calgary—must be thoroughly cleansed of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and other microscopic critters.
FERNIE, B.C.—A lifelong resident of a picturesque Rocky Mountain community says people have been shaken by the deaths of three workers following an ammonia leak at the local ice rink.
Twyla Sevinski recalled coming across a chaotic scene Tuesday afternoon as a flurry of fire trucks and ambulances rushed to the arena in Fernie, B.C.
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi handily won a third term yesterday after a bitter and divisive campaign during which his at-times prickly personality was a focus.
His main challenger, former Progressive Conservative party president Bill Smith, conceded around midnight.