Abdulfatah Sabouni has been in Calgary for about two years, but in a few weeks he hopes to open the doors to a new Syrian soap store which will showcase more than a century of family experience. Morevideo
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For 20 years, a southern Alberta community has been haunted by the shootings of a kindergarten teacher and her Mountie boyfriend. Who could have wanted them dead? And why have the murders never been solved?
A remorseful killer who stabbed a man he'd just met in a puppy sale gone wrong has pleaded guilty to manslaughter nearly five years after Matthew Brown died in the basement of his home.
Video Kent Hehr acknowledges he can be 'brash and insensitive' but believes he still belongs in cabinet
Kent Hehr acknowledges he can be "brash and insensitive" at times but doesn't believe that should disqualify him from his job as the federal minister of sport and persons with disabilities.video
A Calgary-based forensic psychiatrist says a recent trend in criminal behaviour and limited resources are behind the backlog of court-ordered tests, which is causing delays in the court system.
The head of the construction association in the border city of Lloydminster has invited the two province’s trade ministers to the city to help resolve their dispute.
Life in the Alberta Legislature is about to get a lot more interesting with the arrival of newly-elected United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney, one expert says.
A sentencing hearing has been booked for a 14-year-old boy who stabbed a Calgary police dog. The teen pleaded guilty last month to stabbing Jester in the head.
Like many other Christmas classics, Die Hard tells the story an imperfect protagonist with a dad bod who must overcome obstacles to learn the meaning of Christmas. Except in this case, it's all while under fire from a group of terrorists.audio
It looks a bit like a yellow Christmas tree cruising down the road, but it's really a Calgary school bus decked out in its holiday finest.video
City engineers and local businesses have asked to test autonomous vehicles — ones that run without a human driver — on roads that are usually empty in the wee hours of the morning.audio
Alberta has begun monitoring oilsands emissions from the sky.
The history of hip hop is rife with epic rap battles, from Jay Z and Nas to 2Pac and Biggie. Then there’s whatever Gazzy Garcia has going on with WestJet. The Florida rapper has trained his lyrical crosshairs on Canada's "Little Airline that could" in a dispute that's soared to the top of charts.
Jason Kenney says his United Conservative Party is on track to defeat the NDP's "job-killing, socialist government" in Alberta's 2019 election, after a resounding victory in a provincial byelection gives him a legislative seat to directly take on Premier Rachel Notley.
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says a national price on carbon won't be imposed on any province for at least another year.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association says the future of its international exchange program is up in the air because of a decision by the province to stop paying the union to operate it.
66-year-old who took 1st figure skating lesson a year ago readies to jump, spin and loop through competition
A 66-year-old southern Alberta university professor is competing in a figure skating competition this weekend, after having his first lesson last year.audio
Canadians Tristan Walker and Justin Snith reached the podium for the first time this season, scoring bronze at the luge World Cup event in Lake Placid, N.Y., on Friday.
Calgary continues to be Alberta's influenza epicentre, now accounting for more than half of the province's seasonal flu cases and nearly two-thirds of flu-related deaths.
As trade officials gather in Washington in search of easy wins amid difficult NAFTA talks, Alberta industry appears to be sharpening its focus on what happens should the United States drop out of the pact.
A new poll suggests a majority of Albertans support at least partial public funding for religious schools.
A local non-profit has axed its plans to move its homeless shelter from its downtown location to a former school in southwest Calgary after facing heated opposition from area residents.
The 39-year-old physiotherapist and experienced ice canoe paddler had been in the water about 30 minutes when he was rescued. He was in a state of respiratory arrest and was hypothermic.
The spirit at Eau Claire Distillery in Turner Valley, Alta., has sold out completely, save for a few bottles reserved for tasting.
It was nearly a year before Parks Canada officials realized that a world-renowned Alberta ski resort had cut down a stand of endangered trees.
Morale within the Calgary Police Service continues to decline, according to an annual survey, which found officers feel less proud of their work and a growing number are looking at leaving the service.
Red Deer RCMP are looking for group of masked intruders who assaulted a couple with machete in a "terrifying" home invasion, targeting the wrong people.
The Calgary Chamber of Commerce says its research suggests the combined effect of new financial burdens from the three levels of government are hurting small- and medium-sized businesses in the city.
Albertans carry the most debt relative to their assets, according to data released Thursday by Statistics Canada.
With the countdown to Christmas in full swing, if you don’t plan on spending the weekend in a shopping mall, here’s some inspiration to get you and the kids out of the house.
Some policies of the Edmonton Combative Sports Commission “were not followed” for the June boxing match that resulted in the death of fighter Tim Hague, a report released Thursday shows.
Cenovus Energy Inc. said Thursday it is planning to cut about 15 per cent of its workforce as it looks to reduce costs next year.
Joonas Donskoi scored the winner late in third and had an assist to lead the San Jose Sharks to a 3-2 win over the Calgary Flames.
Alberta filed a trade injunction Thursday after Saskatchewan ignored its ultimatum in a spat over licence plates, said Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous.
B.C. pot activist arrested in Calgary pleased federal Crown drops appeal of ruling dismissing charges
The federal Crown has decided to drop its appeal of a ruling dismissing charges against cannabis activist Dana Larsen, who was arrested in Calgary during a national tour to give away millions of marijuana seeds to the public.
Three companies were picked on Wednesday after a competitive, international auction to build four wind energy farms in the province's south.
Gas stations that hike prices overnight and lower them when competitors reopen outrage Airdrie residents
Some people in Airdrie, Alta., aren't happy with 24-hour gas stations hiking prices by 10 cents or more overnight, only to return to normal levels once the morning rush is over the next day.
Detectives are trying to track down a man they believe sold a gun to the suspect accused of killing two men in a southeast Calgary parking lot earlier this year.
Alberta Health Services is notifying 141 women who may be at risk of blood-borne and sexually transmitted infections after undergoing endovaginal ultrasounds at an Edmonton clinic.video
In an interview with CBC News on Thursday, Greg Clark said he decided his family had to come first. Clark and his wife have two daughters, 10 and 13, and they asked him not to run as party leader.
The popularity of craft beer has seen the number of licensed breweries in Canada increase dramatically over the past five years. But some say the industry could be facing a flooded market.
The downtown business crowd packs into The Guild on Calgary's Stephen Avenue at lunchtime. But the Guild's manager warns that meals at restaurants will cost more in 2018 — if the prices of vegetables and restaurant food soar by a forecast four to six per cent.
An Alberta member of the legislature who is already dealing with charges of hit and run is now facing accusations of illegally shooting a deer.
There is little to no research to support the supposed benefits of medical cannabis, and what evidence exists suggests that using marijuana as medicine may do more harm than good, family doctors' associations across Canada are telling their members.
After a year of study and public consultation, the city has presented its master plan for the land around the Rundle LRT station.
The United Conservative Party was prepared to sit into next week until it was revealed the party’s House leader fired a woman after she complained about sexual harassment, government house leader Brian Mason says.
The Alberta government says it received such attractive bids in an auction to pick renewable energy projects that it exceeded its goal of 400 megawatts and will instead support 600 megawatts of new generation.
It was a night in celebration of pyjama work days, coffee shop free Wi-Fi and the struggles of getting paid on time.
Man's sentencing in vicious Lethbridge sexual assault delayed due to wait for psychiatric assessment: lawyer
An Alberta man's sentencing for a random sexual assault and attack on a woman walking to work has been put off until March.
Candidates are vying to replace MLA Dave Rodney, who stepped aside to make space for the new leader of the United Conservative Party, Jason Kenney, to run for a seat. CBC Calgary's The Homestretch is profiling the candidates for the major parties.audio
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