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They, in turn, sold the herd to the highest bidder, a Canadian slaughterhouse. Wild horse advocates are incensed, saying they should have had a chance to intercede in the March roundup and auction.
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Monique Verhoef lights candles as friends and fellow students of Jordan Segura and Kaiti Perras gather at a vigil at Mount Royal University in NW Calgary, Alta.
Candles are lit for each of the five victims during a Mount Royal University memorial service remembering victims of Tuesday's fatal stabbings in Calgary, Alberta on Thursday.
The father of a man charged with killing five young people in Calgary says his family would give anything to bring them back.
Spencer Estabrooks will take us through the journey to create and maintain a Webseries and its online presence.
ERT/Danzy Distributors marked the grand opening of its new warehouse in Calgary, Alberta, on April 10 with over 200 customers attending the event and 10 major suppliers showcasing products along with demo vehicles.
Putting the wrong address on a $15 shipment of synthetic rubber rings has cost an Alberta company $90,000 for violating legislation which prohibits sending certain products to Iran.
When Calgary billionaire Bob Dhillon placed the winning bid on a 19th-century curved sword in a recent British auction, he didn't see himself as merely purchasing the sword -- he was liberating it.
Finance Minister Joe Oliver waits inside the church at the state funeral for the late Jim Flaherty in Toronto on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
As police try to determine what led to the worst mass murder in Calgary's history and the accused undergoes a court-ordered psychiatric assessment, families and friends of the victims are left struggling to cope.
Global TV News frame grab showing the suspect Matthew De Grood, identified at the suspect in Brentwood stabbings at a northwest Calgary house party.
Students at the University of Calgary are struggling to cope following the worst mass murder in the city's history that left five young people dead and another facing five counts of first-degree murder.
One person has been seriously hurt in a rollover crash west of Calgary on the Trans-Canada Highway, emergency officials say.
The City of Abbotsford has paid the owners of the Abbotsford Heat another $5.5 million to end the Calgary Flames' farm team's contract with the city, capping off years of financial losses for the city.
Hockey style cards of the Conservative Senators Pamela Wallin, centre, Patrick Brazeau, right, and Mike Duffy are pictured at the Conservative convention in Calgary, Alta., Saturday, Nov. 2, 2013.