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Police to provide update on 2002 murder of Adrienne McColl | CTV News Police to provide update on 2002 murder of Adrienne McColl
Advances in technology have allowed investigators to close in on those responsible for the death of a woman whose body was found 16 years ago in a rancher’s field near Nanton and police say they have a new development in the case.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Off-duty police officer charged with uttering threats in domestic incident near Calgary | CBC Off-duty police officer charged with uttering threats in domestic incident near Calgary
A Calgary police officer has been charged with uttering threats following a domestic incident outside of Calgary while off duty on Sunday, police said in a release.
CBC | February 19, 2018
Marchand scores OT winner as Bruins down Flames | CBC Marchand scores OT winner as Bruins down Flames
Brad Marchand scored his 22nd goal in overtime Monday to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames.
CBC | February 19, 2018
Hedley withdraws from Junos, plans to discuss 'how we have let some people down' | CTV News Hedley withdraws from Junos, plans to discuss 'how we have let some people down'
The members of the embattled rock band Hedley say they have withdrawn from consideration for three awards at this year's Junos and plan to 'talk about how we have let some people down, and what we intend to do about it.'
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Edmonton woman says she chased down wallet thief, then bought him a coffee | CTV News Edmonton woman says she chased down wallet thief, then bought him a coffee
A chase turned into a coffee date when an Edmonton woman treated an alleged thief to a beverage shortly after confronting him for stealing a wallet.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Canada, Germany tie for gold in two-man bobsled | CTV News Canada, Germany tie for gold in two-man bobsled
Canadian bobsled pilot Justin Kripps thought it was awfully sporting of the Germans to be rushing towards him in celebration at the conclusion of their two-man race.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Fire crews knock down two-alarm blaze at Bridgeland home | CTV News Fire crews knock down two-alarm blaze at Bridgeland home
Calgary firefighters faced freezing temperatures to tackle a fire at a home in the city’s northeast early Monday morning and officials say no one was injured in the incident.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
N.L. unveils 12-year plan for offshore oil, gas development | CTV News N.L. unveils 12-year plan for offshore oil, gas development
Cash-strapped Newfoundland and Labrador has announced a 12-year plan to speed and enhance development of its offshore oil and gas resources.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Imperial warns faulty aircraft gasoline could pose fuel gauge interference | CBC Imperial warns faulty aircraft gasoline could pose fuel gauge interference
Imperial Oil Ltd. is warning regulators and customers that aviation gasoline shipped from its Edmonton-area refinery could cause interference with aircraft fuel gauge sensors.
CBC | February 19, 2018
Millennials aren't buying fine china — and they don't want to inherit it, either | CBC Millennials aren't buying fine china — and they don't want to inherit it, either
We all remember those family dinners growing up, the ones important enough that your parents or grandparents brought out the good china.
CBC | February 19, 2018
B.C. birder gets treated to 'incredible experience' while checking out a chickadee tip in Calgary | CBC B.C. birder gets treated to 'incredible experience' while checking out a chickadee tip in Calgary
A birder who has travelled the country for decades is blogging about a once-in-a-lifetime find in Calgary last week.
CBC | February 19, 2018
B.C. challenges Alberta's ban on wine over pipeline expansion dispute | CTV News B.C. challenges Alberta's ban on wine over pipeline expansion dispute
British Columbia has turned up the heat in a simmering trade dispute by launching a formal challenge against Alberta's ban on its wines.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
'It's all for cancer': Alberta players on verge of new longest hockey game world record | CBC 'It's all for cancer': Alberta players on verge of new longest hockey game world record
After playing hockey for 10 days straight, Terry Martin's feet are aching and swollen. He has bruises on his toes from the hours he's spent skating on an outdoor ice rink near Sherwood Park, where the World's Longest Hockey Game will come to an end on Monday night.
CBC | February 19, 2018
B.C. challenges Alberta wine ban under free trade rules | CBC B.C. challenges Alberta wine ban under free trade rules
The B.C. government is challenging Alberta’s ban on B.C. wines through the Canadian Free Trade Agreement's dispute settlement process.
CBC | February 19, 2018
CPS member charged with uttering threats | CTV News CPS member charged with uttering threats
An 11-year-veteran of the Calgary Police Service was arrested by RCMP on Sunday in connection with an-off duty incident outside Calgary.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Welder recounts torch installation as Calgary Tower celebrates golden anniversary | CTV News Welder recounts torch installation as Calgary Tower celebrates golden anniversary
The Calgary Tower will recognize its 50th anniversary this year and officials are encouraging everyone with memories of the building to share their photos and stories as part of the celebrations.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Alberta Health Services faces lawsuits, judicial review over air ambulance contracts | CBC Alberta Health Services faces lawsuits, judicial review over air ambulance contracts
Two Alberta airline companies are taking Alberta Health Services to court, with Northern Air alleging the agency’s process for selecting air ambulance operators was “dramatically devoid of the appearance of fairness” and Integra Air alleging it was “a sham.”
CBC | February 19, 2018
Man arrested in Quebec in 2002 cold case murder of Adrienne McColl | CTV News Man arrested in Quebec in 2002 cold case murder of Adrienne McColl
Police have made an arrest in connection to the death of a woman whose body was found 16 years ago in a rancher’s field near Nanton and say Stephane Parent, 49, was picked up by police in Gatineau, Quebec on the weekend.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
B.C. launches challenges of Alberta's ban on wine | CTV News B.C. launches challenges of Alberta's ban on wine
The British Columbia government has launched a formal challenge against Alberta's ban on its wines.
CTV News | February 19, 2018
Last lap for Lloyd’s Rollersports Centre | CTV News Last lap for Lloyd’s Rollersports Centre
Thousands of people turned out for the final day at Lloyd’s Rollersports Centre on Macleod Trail S,E., closing its doors after generations in the City of Calgary.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
1 dead, 4 in serious condition after car crash near Okotoks | CBC 1 dead, 4 in serious condition after car crash near Okotoks
Okotoks RCMP are investigating after a single-vehicle crash left one person dead, and sent four others to hospital in serious condition.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Why we should turn Calgary's empty office towers over to the creative economy | CBC Why we should turn Calgary's empty office towers over to the creative economy
"Here the in the land of oil and gas, in the land of suit-and-tie 'business', we could create — an artists' colony." Calgary urban design writer Richard White on a possible solution to one of our city's core problems.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Matheson and Barkov lead Panthers past Flames | CBC Matheson and Barkov lead Panthers past Flames
Mike Matheson scored twice and Aleksander Barkov had a goal and two assists on Saturday to lead the Florida Panthers to a 6-3 victory over the Calgary Flames.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Inmate dies while in custody at Drumheller Institution | CTV News Inmate dies while in custody at Drumheller Institution
Correctional Service Canada says that a 29-year-old inmate at the Drumheller Institution has died while in custody.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
Airdrie man’s body recovered near Revelstoke ski resort | CTV News Airdrie man’s body recovered near Revelstoke ski resort
Officials say they’ve found the body of an Airdrie man who was reported missing last week near Revelstoke.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
Grande Prairie dog sledder taking on Iditarod race | CBC Grande Prairie dog sledder taking on Iditarod race
An Alberta man wants to become the first Canadian to win the historic Iditarod, a multi-day dog sled race in Alaska.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Father of inmate who died of overdose wants to keep drugs out of Alberta prisons | CBC Father of inmate who died of overdose wants to keep drugs out of Alberta prisons
The father of a man who died in an Alberta prison on Saturday is calling for correctional facilities to clamp down on the flow of narcotics into prisons.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Oilsands tech touted for pipeline capacity boost still years from deployment | CBC Oilsands tech touted for pipeline capacity boost still years from deployment
Two years after a blue-ribbon panel called on the Alberta government to encourage partial upgrading of bitumen from the oilsands to enhance value and free up more pipeline room for exports, the idea remains years away from commercialization.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Inmate dies in custody at Drumheller Institution | CBC Inmate dies in custody at Drumheller Institution
According to Correctional Services of Canada, the inmate, Anatoly Eichman, was serving a sentence of two years, five months and 21 days for charges of possession of a prohibited/restricted firearm with ammunition.
CBC | February 18, 2018
Calgary man dies in Mexican hospital | CTV News Calgary man dies in Mexican hospital
A young man from Calgary who was on vacation with his wife in Puerto Vallarta has died after he was admitted to hospital for a medical emergency.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
Fire crews resuscitate dog after house fire in southeast Calgary | CTV News Fire crews resuscitate dog after house fire in southeast Calgary
The Calgary Fire Department was able to save the lives of a number of animals that were found inside a burning home in Riverbend on Saturday afternoon.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
#BeccaToldMeTo: Teen who inspired kindness movement dies at 18 | CTV News #BeccaToldMeTo: Teen who inspired kindness movement dies at 18
A New Brunswick teenager who turned a terminal prognosis into an online movement that has inspired acts of kindness across the globe has died of brain cancer.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
Calgary man dies in Mexican hospital after wife puts out urgent call for O+ blood donors | CBC Calgary man dies in Mexican hospital after wife puts out urgent call for O+ blood donors
A Calgary man hospitalized in Mexico while on vacation with his wife has died, according to a post on Facebook group dedicated to supporting the couple.
CBC | February 18, 2018
One dead and four injured after crash in Okotoks | CTV News One dead and four injured after crash in Okotoks
Okotoks RCMP says that one person has died and four others were seriously injured in a single vehicle crash on Saturday evening.
CTV News | February 18, 2018
Trudeau kicks off India visit with namaste greeting | CTV News Trudeau kicks off India visit with namaste greeting
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's state visit to India is officially underway as he arrived with his family in New Delhi at sundown on Saturday.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
'The pilot called mayday': Plane headed to Calgary makes emergency landing in Saskatoon | CBC 'The pilot called mayday': Plane headed to Calgary makes emergency landing in Saskatoon
A fire on an Air Canada Express plane forced an emergency landing at the Saskatoon airport on Saturday.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Calgary man awaits surgery in Puerto Vallarta hospital | CTV News Calgary man awaits surgery in Puerto Vallarta hospital
A Calgary man is on life support in a hospital in Mexico and his family is pleading for anyone in that community to donate blood to help stabilize his condition.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
What it would cost Calgary to have the snow clearing that other cities enjoy | CBC What it would cost Calgary to have the snow clearing that other cities enjoy
For a cool $55 million more, the city says it could clear all the sidewalks. And the snow on the streets? Well, that could be hauled away for another $15 million. Each and every time. But the estimates come with caveats.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Calgarian gives lifelong friend the ultimate gift of organ donation | CTV News Calgarian gives lifelong friend the ultimate gift of organ donation
When a Calgary resident heard that his longtime friend was in need of help, he says that there was no limit to the lengths that he’d go to fulfill his request.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
Man facing charges after incident at southwest apartment | CTV News Man facing charges after incident at southwest apartment
A man was arrested by police early Saturday morning after an alleged break and enter that took place at an apartment building in southwest Calgary.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
Non-profit social enterprise taps into culinary knowledge of new Canadians | CBC Non-profit social enterprise taps into culinary knowledge of new Canadians
Food and the City writer Julie Van Rosendaal drops by EthniCity Catering Training Program, a non-profit social enterprise run by the Calgary Centre for Newcomers, and samples some of the global cuisine trainees cook there.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Calgarians in Mexico put out urgent call for O+ blood donors, after local blood bank runs out | CBC Calgarians in Mexico put out urgent call for O+ blood donors, after local blood bank runs out
A Calgary woman has put out an urgent call for Type O+ blood donors in Mexico after her husband suddenly fell ill on vacation.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Victim of fatal skiing incident at Castle Mountain identified | CTV News Victim of fatal skiing incident at Castle Mountain identified
The young victim of a tragic incident at Castle Mountain Ski Resort last week has now been identified.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
Air Canada Express plane returns to Saskatoon due to flames near tail pipe | CTV News Air Canada Express plane returns to Saskatoon due to flames near tail pipe
An Air Canada Express plane had to return to Saskatoon shortly after takeoff when flames were reported to be coming from it.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
Kid Koala hosts Family Day interactive drawing session | CBC Kid Koala hosts Family Day interactive drawing session
Scratch DJ, composer, producer, comic book artist and filmmaker Kid Koala wants to change the way we think about getting into a creative headspace by hosting a Family Day interactive drawing session at the National Music Centre.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Cold weather no barrier for fishing fun in Calgary | CTV News Cold weather no barrier for fishing fun in Calgary
Crowds packed the Bow Habitat Station in southeast Calgary on Saturday, all taking part in a number of activities and learning a thing or two about fishing in Alberta for the Family Day Weekend.
CTV News | February 17, 2018
Veteran roller skater laments loss of iconic Calgary rink, but hopes to lace up again | CBC Veteran roller skater laments loss of iconic Calgary rink, but hopes to lace up again
A Calgary man is heartbroken at the loss of an iconic roller skating rink, but he’s hoping it won’t be the last time he laces up after Lloyd's closes permanently this weekend.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Interactive theatre challenges audience to step into the conversation on reconciliation | CBC Interactive theatre challenges audience to step into the conversation on reconciliation
Sometimes, a conversation just goes wrong. But what if you could start over and change the outcome? That's the premise of interactive theatre performance "šxʷʔam̓ət."
CBC | February 17, 2018
Edmonton student inventors create filter which pulls clean drinking water out of thin air | CBC Edmonton student inventors create filter which pulls clean drinking water out of thin air
A team of student entrepreneurs and inventors from the University of Alberta hope to conjure clean drinking water out of thin air.
CBC | February 17, 2018
Calgary man injured in Las Vegas shooting speaks about Florida school massacre | CBC Calgary man injured in Las Vegas shooting speaks about Florida school massacre
As we learn more about the latest mass shooting in Florida that left 17 people dead, some of the details may seem uncomfortably familiar.
CBC | February 16, 2018