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Restoration work is underway near Calgary's Centre Street Bridge and that means some paths near Sien Lok Park and along Memorial Drive are closed to the public.
"The Calgary Folk Fest celebrates its 35th anniversary with some of the brightest lights in in contemporary folk, imaginative indie, sophisticated soul and explorative world music," said festival organizers in a release.
Medicine Hat is trying to eliminate rats at the landfill in order to keep the province's rat-free title.
The Alberta Court of Appeal has refused to overturn a psychiatrist's three convictions for sexually assaulting his court-appointed patients.
Flooding last June washed out the Sheep River bridge, leaving Turner Valley residents cut off from Black Diamond.
The Calgary Airport Authority is inviting people to come out to run or roam on the country's longest runway before it opens in late June.
Former court psychiatrist Aubrey Levin was found guilty of three counts of sexually assaulting former patients.
The last of the litigation against Bre-X Minerals Ltd., launched by investors who lost millions in the 1990s when the company's claims about Indonesian gold turned out to be fake, has been dismissed by an Ontario Superior Court judge.
UPS has enhanced facilities in three North American markets, with expanded locations in Calgary, Alberta; Hebron, Ky., and Mira Loma, Calif.
By Paul Fitzgerald - A popular Canadian electronic cigarette company based in Calgary, AB, is pushing the envelope in a creative and unique fashion that proves they are leaders in the tobacco harm reduction movement.
As residents along the river nervously watch water levels, work is well underway to replace three pedestrian bridges that were wiped out during the June flood.
These bighorn sheep horns found two weeks ago near Hinton, Alta., may be the biggest set ever.
You were in the first chair by the window. You had a nice bike and a nicer butt! I want to see you again.
Shane Red Hawk of the Sioux Tribe from South Dakota, center, rides a horse with other Native Americans, farmers, ranchers and cowboys during the 'Reject and Protect' rally to protest against the Keystone XL pipeline on Tuesday.
Julie Van Rosendaal shares recipes and cooking tips with the Calgary Eyeopener every Tuesday morning at 8:20.
A sketch of Matthew de Grood, who is facing five first-degree murder charges, is shown on April 22, 2014.
The University of Manitoba is proposing a unique research centre at Churchill that would study the potentially profound environmental effects of industrializing the Arctic.