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A 17 year-old Calgary teen is dead and another is in hospital after a fatal stabbing outside a house party in Braeside.
Calgary's rapid meltdown has swamped the city with calls for help - including one from a family who became stranded in Fish Creek.
Media reports say two more children belonging to a fringe Jewish sect will be placed in the care of children's aid after being stopped at Calgary International Airport.
John Barlow was literally the odd man out in the battle for the Conservative nomination in the federal riding of Macleod that was fuelled by a debate over gun rights and the RCMP`s seizure of firearms from evacuated homes in High River during Alberta's floods last June.
"We certainly encourage anyone with any information to contact our detachment," said Cpl.
At roughly 6:00 a.m. MT Sunday, police were called to the 4300 block of Doverwood Place S.E. in response to possible gunshots being fired.
A large truck hauls phosphate ore from an Agrium open pit mine on the Caribou/Targhee National Forest.
Despite recent security problems, the owner of a local bitcoin business says he isn't being discouraged from using the digital currency.
Albertans looking to write a letter to Premier Alison Redford could soon get a speedier reply - but that will cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Emergency crews were called at roughly 12:10 a.m. MT Saturday to a home in the 11400 block of Braniff Green S.W. after reports of a disturbance at a house party.
Analysis of historical drill core and cuttings, at the ERCB lab, Calgary in February 2014, revealed the continuity of high grade frac sand at, or near, surface in regions throughout the property.
University of Calgary researchers are working on a new type of oral Johne's disease vaccine for calves that may provide immunity.
Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., the largest Syncrude owner with a 37 per cent interest, says Mark Ward has been appointed as Syncrude CEO, effective April 1. Under a management services agreement, ExxonMobil and its Canadian subsidiary, Imperial Oil Ltd., are in charge of operations at Syncrude, north of Fort McMurray.
RCMP officers are seen here wearing masks to protect against possibly toxic conditions amid the High River floodwaters last June.
Police are investigating after a bullet came through the window of a house in Falconridge in the very early hours of Friday morning.