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Former Calgary TV producer convicted for grand larceny and securities fraud

A former Calgary television producer who was permanently banned from trading by the Alberta Securities Commission in 2015 has been convicted and …


Lethbridge hockey player out of intensive care, able to communicate

An Alberta player with the Western Hockey League who was seriously burned while hanging out at a backyard firepit is out of intensive care.Family of …


Lost keys put Ghost Lake Good Samaritan in right place and time for water rescue

A set of lost keys led to four people being in the right place and time to help rescue 10 people from the glacial waters of Ghost Lake Reservoir on …


Three members of Calgary family killed in fatal crash on Texas highway

Three people, representing three generations of a Calgary family, were killed in a deadly highway crash in Texas over the weekend, news that’s left …

Semi Truck

'I'm entitled to my opinions': Disqualified UCP candidate defends anti-Muslim comments

A candidate for the United Conservative Party nomination in Brooks-Medicine Hat who was disqualified just days before the vote because of anti-Muslim …


The last straw: Calgary loses to Edmonton in straw-free challenge

It was the last straw for almost 150 businesses in Alberta’s two major cities, as they committed to going straw free on July 14.Plastic Free YYC and …

Green Living

Banff Centre wraps up opera week with hot, fun Candide

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity wrapped up a highly successful opera week with a single performance of Bernstein’s Candide Sunday afternoon …

West Side Story

Shaver: Quebecers deserve fully portable health benefits

<b>By Dr. Charles Shaver</b><i>“As countries get into trade wars and there’s retaliation back and forth, there’s always a concern that it could interfere in</i> …


Alberta apologizes to families for cleaning up plane wreckage at memorial site

The Alberta government is apologizing to the families of three people killed in a plane crash almost 65 years ago after cleaning up the wreckage …


'Release the report': NDP fires at UCP after MLA quits caucus amid ballot-stuffing claims

The United Conservative Party will pay back more than $7,000 in taxpayers’ funds after party leader Jason Kenney and now former UCP MLA Prab Gill …


Calgary teachers travel to battlefields of France and Belgium for historical training

Six teachers from the Calgary area will be travelling to Northern France and Belgium this summer for historical training on the battlefields of the …

D Day

Calgary motorcyclist killed in collision south of city

A 65-year-old man is dead following a collision between a motorcycle and an SUV south of Calgary on Sunday.Around 3:30 p.m., Okotoks RCMP responded …


Preview: Les Miserables' creators envisioned operatic show with a message of hope

Since it opened in London in October of 1985, the musical version of Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables in all its subsequent stage incarnations has played …

Les Miserables

Question of the Day: What did you think of this year's Calgary Stampede?

Your boots are back in the closet for another year and it’s time to reflect on the 2018 Calgary Stampede.We want to know what you thought of this …


Trump-Putin summit leaves wake of confusion, outrage in U.S.

Lava flies through roof of Hawaii tour boat, injuring 13


Americans blast 'absurd' auto tariff proposal in written submissions to U.S. government

'This is a president whose main export is disruption,' argued Washington, D.C. lawyer Scotty Greenwood, CEO of the Canada America Business Council

Automotive Industry

City appeals ruling which holds it liable for attack at CTrain station

June home sales down 10.7 per cent nationally from year ago

The Canadian Real Estate Association says the number of homes sold in June was down 10.7 per cent from a year ago.The result was a five-year low for …

Canadian Real Estate

'City of icebergs': Study says hundreds of Arctic glaciers shrinking, disappearing

The Arctic

Bolsa killer Michael Roberto loses bid for parole, must serve entire sentence


An aisle-by-aisle look at how to buy Canadian at the grocery store

Some consumers have vowed to take their patriotism to the supermarket and buy only made-in-Canada products after the federal government slapped …


Poverty cited as Indigenous population in Alberta jails reaches 'tragic' levels

Alberta’s justice minister says she’s disappointed by the lack of progress in bringing down disproportionately high rates of Indigenous incarceration …


Banff holds Indigenous blessing ceremony before letting bison roam

Several Indigenous elders are to be flown by helicopter into the backcountry of Banff National Park today for a blessing ceremony as officials …

National Parks

Trump hits back at Canada for retaliating against tariffs with WTO complaint

U.S. launches formal challenges with WTO against Canada, China, the European Union, Mexico and Turkey

Business (Canada)

Putin schools Trump on how to make an entrance: Arrives late in a monster limousine

As he has done with many other foreign leaders, Putin kept Trump waiting, landing about an hour after his scheduled arrival


‘Trifecta of opportunity within one plant’: Prairie hemp farmers could win big with new cannabis rules

While the federal government is legalizing marijuana to regulate and tax the psychoactive drug, Prairie farmers growing non-smokable hemp appear set …


Your letters for Monday, July 16

Growth has left little space for animalsRe: “Coyotes becoming a serious menace,” Letter, July 13.This is in response to Vic Fitzpatrick’s letter. …


Nelson: Taxpayers will be taken for a ride on bus line

Since when did it become a basic human right to catch the bus?Maybe it was tucked away in an addendum to the Magna Carta or a lesser-known amendment …


Parker: A pardon for Latimer could have consequences for disabled Canadians

<b>By Shafer Parker</b>When I read the Herald’s report that Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer is seeking a federal pardon for taking the life of his …