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Police investigate sexual assault in Calgary's Coral Springs
The woman arrived on foot at a convenience store at 8 a.m. Monday and asked staff to call police.
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Tour of Alberta cycling race opens Tuesday in Calgary
Australia's Rohan Dennis, centre with yellow jersey, climbs a hill with the rest of the pack during stage four of the Tour of Alberta cycling race in Black Diamond in 2013.
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Man seriously hurt in Kananaskis backcountry fall
The Burstall Pass day use area is shown in the upper left hand corner of the map and represented by a picnic table.
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Earthquake hazard linked with deep well injection in Alberta
Alberta officials say deep well injections have been shown to create more of an earthquake hazard then hydraulic fracturing.
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Twin Otter: The Death and Rebirth of a Great Canadian Plane
Stephen Stasiak can't keep up with the flags. He's short three right now, he says, as he walks through Viking Air's 5,388-square-metre assembly plant near Calgary International Airport.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Alberta's minimum wage increases to $10.20 on Monday
Alberta will finally join the ranks of provinces and territories across Canada that pay more than $10 an hour for the general minimum wage in September.
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TransCanada's Energy East faces hurdle as U.S. oil boom swamps market
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the new Energy East Pipeline during a news conference in Calgary, Alberta, August 1, 2013.
Closing out August of 2014
A pregnant woman in Florida was arrested following an argument with her roommate, that later turned physical.
Thrill of the hunt attracting more women
"We've seen an increase year over year of the number of ladies that are becoming involved from both a youth aspect and from an adult aspect, so that's very encouraging to us," Kelley Semple, the executive director of the Hunting For Tomorrow Foundation, told CBC News.
Lethbridge County faces tax hike to deal with crumbling bridges
The bridges in Lethbridge County are falling apart, and a county official has laid the blame squarely with the provincial government.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Black bear spotted wandering streets in High River
RCMP are warning High Creek residents to be on the lookout for a black bear that wandered into a rural neighbourhood.
City report recommends hundreds of new taxis be added to Calgary roads
Taxis line up for passengers at Calgary International Airport. A new city report is recommending the release of 383 new taxi plates to the 1,526 currently in operation.
Man, 44, surrenders after 37-hour standoff in Petawawa
Edmonton's booming growth saw a population the size of St. Albert move in over the last two years.
Islamic radicalization of Canadian youth raises alarm bells
Hundreds of women, some camping out overnight, stormed into the Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre for the annual retail blowout August, 28, 2014.
Vermilion Scouts for Deals Ahead of Irish Cash Windfall
Vermilion Energy Inc. , a Canadian oil and natural gas producer expanding on three continents, is considering more deals as it's set to be flush with cash from a gas project in Ireland.
Lamphier: Oilpatch deals up 370 per cent in first six months of year
Average income levels in Alberta's oilpatch will continue to grow at a faster rate than in any other sector, a new national survey finds.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Casablanca Video finds new life in bigger store
Casablanca Video, a city institution for 33 years, might have closed its doors when owner Jon Lord died earlier this year.
Long weekend camping sites still possible, Alberta Parks says
If you're hoping to go camping this weekend but forgot to reserve a site, provincial officials say there's still hope.