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Longtime Co-op patron Carol Rudy leaves the Beltline Co-op Saturday afternoon. Developers have proposed six new supermarkets in the core to serve an ever-increasing population.
Stephen Stasiak can't keep up with the flags. He's short three right now, he says, as he walks through Viking Air's 5,388-square-metre assembly plant near Calgary International Airport.
Australia's Rohan Dennis, centre with yellow jersey, climbs a hill with the rest of the pack during stage four of the Tour of Alberta cycling race in Black Diamond in 2013.
MP Rob Anders is now seeking the Conservative nomination in the riding of Bow River east of Calgary.
Change often makes people feel uncomfortable. We like what we know and, when faced with the unknown, we frequently turn to our leaders for reassurance and guidance.
TransCanada President and CEO Russ Girling announces the new Energy East Pipeline during a news conference in Calgary, Alberta, August 1, 2013.
In an online poll conducted Thursday, the Gazette asked whether residents believe that politicians at the federal, provincial and municipal level "should be limited on how long they can hold their seats."
A pregnant woman in Florida was arrested following an argument with her roommate, that later turned physical.
One small town in Alberta, Canada, is aiming to warp past modern spacefaring technology by building a working science fiction relic: the U.S.S. Enterprise.
Edmonton grew faster than Calgary and faster than the province of Alberta, a province currently seeing the fastest growth in Canada.
A Saskatchewan man faces serious charges after he was allegedly found speeding down the highway drunk with six young kids in the back of his van.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 12:31 am
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