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For the third consecutive year, students at Rosemont School in the city`s northwest have joined forces with Stephen's Backpacks - an Airdrie-based charity that has been helping underprivileged children since 2006.
There's a moment at Christmas gatherings, usually as the first wave of escapees each has one boot on at the door, when someone's aunt wails, "Wait, I have to get a Christmas picture with everyone!" Groans, sighs and last-second teenage pleas for individuality burst like soggy confetti, while pets are disrespectfully yanked from their warm and ... (more)
Police stand outside of a Medicine Hat home in which three people, including an eight-year-old boy, were murdered on April 23, 2006.
Tracey Drummond, left, does a hat fitting on Santa School participant Doug Bell in Calgary, Alta.
A woman who was just 12 when she helped murder her family in southeast Alberta must continue to abide by a curfew.
Canadian product Neil Young has just announced a series of four shows in Canada with Diana Krall aboard as support.
Kathy Tomlinson has worked as an investigative reporter for more than a decade. She is currently host of CBC Vancouver's news segment Go Public.
The city is still cleaning up following Monday's blizzard and will be towing vehicles for free from three hard-hit neighbourhoods Monday.
In the dream, Misty Franklin is in a big, empty house. She can hear his heavy breath and smell the smoke from his cigarette.
Dec. 07 --A proxy fight could be brewing at another Oklahoma City energy company.
The City of Calgary, as well as Airdrie-Cochrane-Olds-Sundre and Okotoks-High River-Claresholm are no longer under a wind chill warning after temperatures reached lows of -40 C on Friday and continued into early Saturday.
New Energy Minister Diana McQueen says her move from the environment portfolio will help her in the new post.
He was a champion of freedom, who spent one-third of his life in a prison cell; a revolutionary who espoused armed conflict against the state, yet became a global icon of peace and moral virtue.
A 29-year-old Calgary man convicted of dangerous driving for a June 2010 crash that killed his passenger was sentenced to 14 months in jail Friday.