22 Calgarians honoured for selfless heroics, from pulling people from burning cars to saving a drowning dog
Margaret Bell says she gets goosebumps thinking about how she hauled a drowning man out of the Glenmore Reservoir last summer. She's just one of the 22 Calgarians being recognized by the fire department for going above and beyond in emergency situations. More
Developmentally disabled artists got out of the Fairview Arena with only about an hour to spare before part of the roof collapsed Tuesday afternoon, and the executive director is wondering what happened.videoaudio
A former pimp heading to trial in October, accused of murdering a Calgary woman and her five-year-old daughter, wants two separate trials.
Atley Ma says he's saving his business profits because he doesn't have any more room for new Lego.
The Alberta government placed full-page newspaper advertisements in British Columbia newspapers Wednesday that tout the provinces’ shared goals on climate change and jobs, the latest tactic in a campaign to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built to the Pacific coast.
The B.C. Wine Institute says it is seeking an injunction against Alberta’s ban on vintages from this province.
A southern Alberta First Nation says Canada continues to inflict historical wrongs on Indigenous communities by placing Indigenous children in white homes, pointing to a child custody battle now before the courts.
The city says it has been receiving more reports of coyote sightings around Calgary as spring nears.
Police have hired a U.S. DNA technology firm to create a sketch of the possible likeness of the mother of a baby found dead in a Calgary dumpster on Christmas Eve, as investigators continue in their efforts to find her.
An inmate at the Drumheller Institution has died — the second in-custody death at the southern Alberta federal prison in the span of three days.
Looking for work? Jobs in management, health, and science sectors taking long time to fill, StatsCan says
While many Saskatchewan and Alberta residents struggle to find employment, data released by Statistics Canada suggests there are opportunities in management, health, and science sectors — and these jobs are taking a long time to be filled.
The 'road ahead' for Alberta voters as CBC surveys motivations and polarization in lead up to next election
"The job of a public broadcaster is to take the data available and explain it, to help Albertans understand the context of this moment, and understand one another." CBC Calgary partners with pollster to chart the political motivations in Alberta, more than a year away from the next provincial election.
If you have a five-month-old baby, sleep might be a rare luxury in your home, and Rachel Farrar knows that all too well.
No injuries were reported after the roof collapsed at Fairview Arena in southeast Calgary, one day after it was deemed structurally unsafe by city engineers and the Calgary Fire Department.
Competition hopes to highlight the province's 'spectacular, very cool, very welcoming small towns.'
Spitz sunflower seeds blossomed at its plant in Bow Island, in southern Alberta, but PepsiCo, the American multinational corporation decided last week to shut down the Canadian facility.readcomments video
Calgary ski cross racer Brady Leman won Olympic gold early Wednesday, Canada's ninth of the Winter Games, with Toronto's Kevin Drury fourth in the final after a collision. Earlier in the competition, Canadian Chris Del Bosco was sent off on a stretcher after a crash, suffering a pelvic injury.
Two years after the federal government launched Phoenix, public servants and their families across the country continue to suffer under the problem-plagued pay system, with no fix in sight.video
Calgary's public school board is expanding its Mandarin bilingual program in the south end of the city. Parents were upset when they were told their kids would have to bus to the north Calgary if they wanted to continue in Mandarin beyond grade six.
The soaring number of abandoned oil and gas wells across Alberta is overwhelming the industry-backed fund that pays to clean them up — and now there's concern taxpayers could share in that burden if the province's energy regulator loses a crucial appeal at Canada's top court.video
A Nova Scotia artist will soon be reunited with a stolen painting she made of her grandfather that was taken from her more than two decades ago.
Kaillie Humphries came up a bit short Wednesday in her quest for a third consecutive Olympic gold medal. But she & Phylicia George did take bronze in women's bobsleigh.
Police are crediting an eagle-eyed rural resident in central Alberta for alerting them to a suspicious vehicle, which led to the arrest of two people and the seizure of three firearms following a lengthy chase.
"You can be riding responsibly and all it takes is a touch — you can have your life changed for the worse, permanently."
Hartgert van Engelen trembled as German officers searched his family home, barely missing the hiding places he had helped his father build behind the walls.audio
The widow of a 64-year-old Canmore man who died in an avalanche northwest of Golden, B.C., in 2016 has filed a lawsuit against the guides, the resort and others, nearly two years to the day after the fatal slide.
"You are the flavour that gives Calgary its kick. You are the steady beat that has become the heart of this city. You have inspired us to come together and share our stories, our talents and our gifts." Lynn Olagundoye, on our city's soul.
Serious accidents involving both rail and pipeline transport of dangerous substances like crude oil and gas increased in 2017 over the previous year, according to statistics compiled by the Transportation Safety Board.
Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver they say was driving dangerously when he struck a man and his snowblower in the central Alberta town of Castor last week.
Frozen water lines forced officials to close Robert Thirsk High School in northwest Calgary on Tuesday morning.
Spitz sunflower seed facility was a victim of surpassing its own growth strategy, says Bow Island Mayor Gordon Reynolds after local employer shuts down.video
Alberta economic development minister Deron Bilous says a fine for violating a trade agreement would be small in comparison to the jobs and investment that could be lost if the British Columbia government continues to oppose the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
The head of the Kidney Foundation in Calgary says the family that put up billboards seeking donors is helping everyone waiting for a transplant.
The province is spending $11 million to expand a program that dispatches specially-trained community paramedics to give on-site care to seniors and Albertans with chronic conditions so that they don’t have to go to an emergency room.
A small village near Vulcan, Alta., is appealing to the Natural Resources Conservation Board to halt plans for a big animal farming operation at a nearby Hutterite colony.
A Quebec man made his first appearance in a Calgary courtroom Tuesday morning, facing a second-degree murder charge in the 2002 death of Adrienne McColl.
RCMP in the Calgary area have created a new crime fighting unit to focus on nabbing criminals in rural jurisdictions — especially repeat property-crime offenders — and the team has already had a few successes.audio
Alberta chainsaw artist Marina Cole is working on a sculpture to commemorate bull-riding legend Ty Pozzobon.
A Red Deer, Alta., man who successfully appealed his drunk-driving conviction for a crash that killed a 13-year-old boy has avoided a second trial by pleading guilty to lesser charges.
Thirty five years ago, Parks Canada approached a Lethbridge waste management company. They wanted a garbage container that looked nice but was bear resistant.video
An Edmonton man has been charged with uttering threats on social media against the Canadian government, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
A birder who has travelled the country for decades is blogging about a once-in-a-lifetime find in Calgary last week.
Canada's Kaillie Humphries, bidding to become the first bobsledder to win Olympic gold three times in the same event, sat fifth following Tuesday’s first two runs of women’s bobsleigh.
An Edmonton business owner has been convicted of assaulting two teenage boys who worked for him on a remote construction site in Valleyview, Alta.video
Banff property values have been increasing steadily year over year, but the latest assessment may have given homeowners a bit of sticker shock.
Three weeks after announcing it would move two idle Canadian drilling rigs and three from Saudi Arabia to greener pastures in the United States, Trinidad Drilling Ltd. has put itself on the block.
Alberta RCMP are on the hunt for a trio of dinosaur-toting thieves after a late-night break and enter at the Jurassic Forest Theme Park near Gibbons.
We all remember those family dinners growing up, the ones important enough that your parents or grandparents brought out the good china.audio
The Midfield Trailer Park in northeast Calgary is now officially a place of the past.
A Quebec man has been arrested and charged in the 2002 death of Adrienne McColl. The 21-year-old's body was found in a rancher’s field in Alberta, about 85 kilometres south of Calgary, 16 years ago.
'More than just a skin blemish': Calgary-led study indicates new acne diagnoses linked to depression risk
In the first year after being told by a doctor that they have acne, patients' risk for a diagnosis of major depressive disorder spikes by more than 60 per cent compared to the general population, according to a new study.
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