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Wednesday - 24th May, 2017
Task force takes on transit assault
Calgary’s transit operators are on the frontline at all times — and while some passengers greet ...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
‘Amazing kid’ remembered
A Calgary mother was devastated to learn her son was one of two men killed in a brazen shooting in t...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
Uniting the right PC, Wildrose leaders strike tentative deal
So long PCs and Wildrose — hello United Conservative Party. Wildrose Leader Brian Jean an...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
Goal to reduce fatalities in police-involved incidents
The Calgary Police Service (CPS) has enlisted a retired chief justice to conduct an independent revi...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
Alberta leads the country in auto theft
When David Lawrence found his stolen truck at a Calgary scrapyard back in March, he couldn’t under...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
Club tries to aid cursed traveller
Luck has not been on the side of Polish adventurer Piotr Glowacki in the last few weeks. Gl...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
Rempel, Chu blast staging of Green Line Suburbs wonder why light-rail pledge is falling short
City council appeared to be putting on a brave face Thursday after Metro reported details for the fi...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
Photo radar under review
Millions collected by the Calgary police’s photo radar could be at risk with a provincial review t...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
Green Line trimmed for Phase 1 Council to hear details Monday
Administration is ready to present the first phase of Calgary’s proposed Green Line, which will co...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
Big-budget show lost to Vancouver Cuts to media fund has Calgary-based firm go elsewhere
Hot on the success of Fargo, Hell on Wheels and Van Helsing, Calgary’s Nomadic Pictures is hitting...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
Mayor Naheed Nenshi said the world is watching Canada’s plans to create an infrastructure bank —...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Transit o cers could be brought into fentanyl ght
OPIOID CRISIS Transit peace officers’ “check on welfare” calls have changed as the city copes ...
Friday - 5th May, 2017
Developers going residential
In Calgary real estate development, residential is the new office space. The growing glut o...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
Hey council, public hearings are no place for Twitter Councillor and mayoral candidate wants rule against social media
LOL #yyccc, listen to your constituents and get off your phones. On Monday, councillors wil...
Wednesday - 3rd May, 2017
The dirt on city’s debt
Sure, a new rink would be great, but can we afford it? Next week, councillors will hear Cou...
Tuesday - 2nd May, 2017
Olympics cost around $3.2B
KeLLy OXFORd The Olympics don’t come cheap. In fact, according to calculations from the Calgary Bi...
Monday - 1st May, 2017
Police say Airdrie photog recorded victims without their knowledge
A Calgary model said she felt disgusted to learn that nude pictures and video, taken without her con...
Tuesday - 25th April, 2017
Arena’s Plan B OK for Flames CEO says he’s on board as long as it gets things moving
Calgary Flames CEO Ken King said plans for a new arena in Victoria Park will work for his organizati...
Monday - 24th April, 2017
Still ‘a long way to go’ in city rebuild
The day Gerald Wong came back to Fort McMurray, it was so quiet he could stand in the middle of the ...
Friday - 21st April, 2017
Wideman and Flames named in $10M lawsuit Player hit ref deliberately, claim states
The NHL referee hit by a Calgary Flames player in January 2016 is bringing forward a $10.25 million ...
Thursday - 20th April, 2017
‘New way’ to view urban farming
Imagine a Calgary where a vertical farm marketplace is your grocery store, a laneway food garden is ...
Wednesday - 19th April, 2017
Bylaw change would end anti-abortion banners on overpasses
Months after tweaking bylaws to stop anti-abortion flyers in citizens’ mailboxes, the City of Calg...
Tuesday - 18th April, 2017
Luis Welbanks is about to embark on a three-year mission to explore strange new worlds — to seek o...
Thursday - 13th April, 2017
‘Best opportunity’ amid crisis
Calgary’s chief of police has voiced his support for the move towards supervised consumption sites...
Tuesday - 11th April, 2017
Nenshi cheers changes that o er tools for levies, housing
Calgary’s mayor said tweaks in the Municipal Governance Act (MGA) means hundreds of millions will ...
Monday - 10th April, 2017
Discovery lets city intervene in Freedom Mobile’s plan
Scotsman’s Hill can keep its view, thanks to a persistent community, a perceptive councillor and t...
Friday - 7th April, 2017
Out with trees, hello pavement Councillor upset at loss of 111 trees on Anderson Rd.
A southwest Calgary councillor says the city failed to consult before making plans to cut down 111 t...
Wednesday - 5th April, 2017
Fighting crime with urbanism
When public art meets crime prevention, vigilantism is the last tool a community needs to combat del...
Tuesday - 4th April, 2017
Gay-straight alliance splits Wildrose, PCs
Alberta’s two conservative parties, working on a deal to join forces, are at odds when it comes to...
Friday - 31st March, 2017
Candidates get cautious about secondary suites
Cutting red tape. It’s something the conservative-minded candidates for mayor all seem to agree on...
Thursday - 30th March, 2017
Kenney called out for gay-straight alliance comment Tory says parents should know if kids join GSA clubs
Political leaders and LGBTQ advocates in Alberta are condemning Jason Kenney’s recent comments on ...
Wednesday - 29th March, 2017
Police legal counsel denies bad culture
The in-house legal counsel for the Calgary Police Service is denying a culture of bullying and haras...
Monday - 27th March, 2017
All options on table for city injection sites Fixed locations and mobile units being considered
When it comes to Calgary’s future supervised consumption sites, nothing is off the table. ...
Friday - 24th March, 2017
Province mulls trying out ‘free tuition’ model
Making tuition affordable for those who can least afford it — that’s one of the main priorities ...
Thursday - 23rd March, 2017
Man faces big bill after attack
A Calgary man faces a hefty dental bill after an assault outside his home left him with four broken ...
Tuesday - 21st March, 2017
Film industry calls for cash flow overhaul
Following last week’s cut to the Alberta Media Fund, some experts in the province’s film and TV ...
Monday - 20th March, 2017
Kenney gets right to it
Alberta Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney says the wheels are in motion for his unite-the...
Friday - 17th March, 2017
Provincial debt triples since 2015
Alberta’s debt is on track to hit $45 billion by year’s end, and expected to reach $71.1 billion...
Thursday - 16th March, 2017
Closing in on arena site Flames prez says they’ve been meeting regularly on Plan B
It wasn’t visiting NHL commissioner Gary Bettman with the latest sound bite on a new downtown Calg...
Wednesday - 15th March, 2017
Riders happy with transit
Calgary Transit has a balancing act to perform in 2017 as low ridership puts a strain on their custo...
Tuesday - 14th March, 2017
Foundation director charged with sex assault Teen ‘demonstrated great courage in coming forward’
The Calgary Homeless Foundation has removed Robin Adair Wortman, 62, from their board of directors a...
Friday - 10th March, 2017
Sex assault spurs closer look at ridesharing bylaw
Police believe a man exploited an opportunity, posing as a rideshare operator before assaulting his ...
Thursday - 9th March, 2017
One man’s trash is another’s cash
Going green will mean parting with green for landlords, condo owners and tenants as the city moves t...
Wednesday - 8th March, 2017
Calgary pitches red tape cut for downtown ‘Enterprise District’ would hit pause on permit processes
Don’t expect a wild-west free-for-all, but Calgary’s administration wants to press pause on some...
Monday - 6th March, 2017
City transit revenue down $17M
Ridership is down, revenue is down and Calgary Transit’s director Doug Morgan is concerned about t...
Friday - 3rd March, 2017
Rights, rates, reclamation in throne speech
The province’s throne speech outlined the goals and priorities of Premier Rachel Notley’s govern...
Thursday - 2nd March, 2017
Mom’s gift brings joy back, full cycle
When a grieving Kerri Workman and her husband made the decision to donate the treasured bike of thei...
Tuesday - 28th February, 2017
Good, clean campaigning
Councillors won’t get a new code of conduct for the election — but according to the city’s eth...
Monday - 27th February, 2017
Tobacco age may go up
The federal government is considering raising the minimum age for purchasing tobacco to 21, in an ef...
Friday - 24th February, 2017
Olympic bid survey biased, professor says
A survey released Wednesday by the Calgary Bid Exploration Committee is garnering a different kind o...
Wednesday - 22nd February, 2017
It’s lovely weather for a cab ride together with you
Calgarians were mostly riding cabs for the holidays, according to a citycommissioned survey.&nbs...
Tuesday - 21st February, 2017
Officers lawyer up in campaign to fix workplace culture
Thirteen current and former members of the Calgary Police Service are filing formal complaints again...
Friday - 17th February, 2017
Verdict a small relief for ‘numb’ family, Crown says
Douglas Garland has been found guilty on all three counts of firstdegree murder in the deaths of fiv...
Wednesday - 15th February, 2017
A ‘surprise’ resignation Councillor quits a day after complaints informally resolved
The Calgary Police Commission said it was surprised by the resignation of commission member and city...
Tuesday - 14th February, 2017
Councillor o the hook Commission goes informal route with complaints
The Calgary Police Commission (CPC) has come to an informal resolution after complaints over a city ...
Monday - 13th February, 2017
Construction feared ‘fatal’ for businesses
Local businesses on 17th Avenue S.W. are worried about their survival over the summer, as the city g...
Friday - 10th February, 2017
Jurors told to take a break Judge reminds 13 of free services in light of graphic details about case
After four weeks of hearing gruelling evidence in the case against Douglas Garland, the jurors got a...
Wednesday - 8th February, 2017
Boardroom gets upgraded
With no ribbon ceremony and no fuss, the City of Calgary opened a new $2.65-million meeting space fo...
Tuesday - 7th February, 2017
Family weeps as disturbing pictures presented to court
Jennifer O’Brien held her head in her hands and wept as court was shown aerial images Monday that ...
Monday - 6th February, 2017
‘Starting to feel the impact’ A ordable housing providers seeking solutions for carbon tax
Providers of affordable housing in Calgary say the carbon levy is cutting into their ability to keep...
Friday - 3rd February, 2017
Waging love, not hate
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Wednesday - 1st February, 2017
O cer quits police force dramatically
It was an uncomfortable moment at an otherwise routine Calgary Police Commission meeting. A...
Tuesday - 31st January, 2017
Despite concerns around the U.S. travel ban, refugees settled in Calgary through the Calgary Catholi...
Monday - 30th January, 2017
Crazy week for conservatives Stephen Khan stepping down latest in string of changes
The head of the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta has a message for Wildrose leader Br...
Friday - 27th January, 2017
Jean’s race already over, says expert Mt. Royal prof says Kenny will win handily
Saying he’s confident he can defeat the NDP in the next provincial election, Brian Jean announced ...
Wednesday - 25th January, 2017
City pitches plan to turn cubicle into residential Other cities are finding success following the conversion
Calgary’s core has a glut of office space right now, but what if some of those cubicles were bette...
Tuesday - 24th January, 2017
Calgary businesses treading financial waters have graciously been handed a one-year life raft.&n...
Monday - 23rd January, 2017
Beloved artist heart of theatre
Wonderful, mischievous — and a thoughtful activist and advocate — Calgary artist Thomas Poulsen ...
Friday - 20th January, 2017
A lock expert said a hole drilled into the top of a lock at the home of Alvin and Kathy Liknes rende...
Thursday - 19th January, 2017
WELCOME li a ti o n TO n ci R e c o LANGEVIN BRIDGE
In a motion that’s been nearly three years in the making, Mayor Naheed Nenshi and 13 members of co...
Wednesday - 18th January, 2017
Police admit investigation was years late Union head, other officer charged with 2008 assault
The Calgary Police Service admitted Tuesday it should have conducted a formal investigation into the...
Tuesday - 17th January, 2017
Right flips the activism script on the left metroVIEWS On the front lines of a global crisis metroLIFE
A dispute over a pump patent is the likely motive for the killing of a Calgary couple and their gran...
Monday - 16th January, 2017
Companies eye Calgary over Trump
The election of Donald Trump has caused some American companies to look to Calgary as a possible new...
Friday - 13th January, 2017
Olympic bid shut behind closed doors Council gets private brie ngs but public update cancelled
Though the city pledged to keep the process transparent, don’t expect any big news on Calgary’s ...
Thursday - 12th January, 2017
Coun. Druh Farrell has seen the economic situation in Calgary’s downtown, and she knows it’s dir...
Wednesday - 11th January, 2017
Nearly three Albertans a week are exercising their right to die — a number that has surprised Albe...
Tuesday - 10th January, 2017
Not Trump sending students to Calgary Schools say there are other reasons for recent in ux of Americans
It’s not a new Trump card, but it’s one that Calgary’s post-secondary institutions are continu...
Monday - 9th January, 2017
Only 8% in the province have signed up on the o cial list
Are you an organ and tissue donor? Nearly three years after Alberta created an organ donor ...
Friday - 6th January, 2017
Property-tax hike coming for nearly half
Despite lower property values, many Calgary home and business owners will face higher taxes this yea...
Thursday - 5th January, 2017
Go to metronews.ca for coverage of Wednesday’s Flames-avalanche game...
Wednesday - 4th January, 2017
Dogs maul 4-year-old
A four-year-old boy is in hospital after being bitten by at least two large dogs on Tuesday afternoo...
Tuesday - 3rd January, 2017
Carbon tax starts, gas prices rise
Alberta Environment Minister Shannon Phillips says the province is “still standing” a day after ...
Monday - 26th December, 2016
Police conduct brought scrutiny
In 2016 the Calgary Police Service found itself under a microscope after a 2013 internal audit came ...
Friday - 23rd December, 2016
Elevator operators refuse to go down
It was one of the first jobs to fall victim to automation. Before assembly-line workers, before bank...
Thursday - 22nd December, 2016
Stoplight pilot puts people rst
In 2017, the city is literally putting pedestrians first, with a pilot measure that will see walkers...
Wednesday - 21st December, 2016
Thief cracks into mailboxes like an advent calendar
The Grinch came early for one Airdrie woman who had her packages stolen from a Canada Post mailbox.&...
Tuesday - 20th December, 2016
Business mogul shot Strategic Group CEO Riaz Mamdani in critical condition
Calgary police say an shooting early Monday morning appears to be targeted. The victim has ...
Monday - 19th December, 2016
Attacks ‘deeply disappointing’ Jansen most targeted for harassment, report finds
A third-party investigation into the PC party uncovered “rude and ill-mannered behaviour,” but n...
Friday - 16th December, 2016
Weaknesses in cycle track stats Business support for project
A local conservative think-tank is peeling back the layers on how the cycle track pilot was tracked ...
Thursday - 15th December, 2016
Bill follows petition to observe Central Time all year
It’s time to choose one time. That’s according to Thomas Dang, NDP MLA for Edmonton-Sou...
Wednesday - 14th December, 2016
Builder, developer h
It could be the entrepreneurial spirit that is so active and alive in Calgary — or the fact that m...
Tuesday - 13th December, 2016
Uber drivers feeling stiffed Complaints of fare decreases, surge pricing in grand return
Uber’s drivers aren’t feeling the love, seeing their fare rates drop in the rideshare giant’s ...
Monday - 12th December, 2016
Tough decisions for United Way
Twenty Calgary not-for-profit groups will be facing a new reality in 2017 as they recently learned t...
Friday - 9th December, 2016
7 penguins drown at Calgary Zoo Sta don’t know what caused tragedy
Seven Humboldt penguins have died at the Calgary Zoo. The deaths have been determined to be...
Thursday - 8th December, 2016
Suicide data for students alarming Those who considered, or attempted, both increased
The numbers are in, and in Alberta, mental health is still a crippling concern for students — desp...
Wednesday - 7th December, 2016
Controversial Chinatown highrise OK’d Residents worry about loss of community
Despite a push by dozens of Chinatown residents to have the city reconsider a planned development, c...
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