Oil prices should rebound before they have a devastating impact on government coffers, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver said in Calgary Thursday.
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Wildlife officials say they were forced to shoot dead a moose Friday morning in a northeast Calgary back yard after it had wandered into the parking lot of a nearby shopping mall.
In the worst mass killing in Calgary’s history, five young adults were stabbed to death during a Brentwood house party.
The Calgary woman who was killed by Taliban gunmen in a luxury hotel in Kabul Thursday was devoted to peace and wasn't afraid, her grieving brother said Friday.
Alberta icon Ralph Klein was bid a moving farewell Friday by a who’s who of Canadian politics and the “Marthas and Henrys” the ex-premier was so closely identified with.
When Allan Warrack first sat down with Peter Lougheed to be wooed into running for office, it was clear the premier-to-be was serious about change.
The Alberta oilsands' first carbon-capture project will be pumped up with $865 million in government cash.
A U.S. prankster trying to enact a Bigfoot hoax was struck by two vehicles and killed on Sunday night.
Alberta Health Services' (AHS) financial boss has resigned as it was revealed he'd racked up an exorbitant $346,000 in expenses.
Business owners are devastated after being abruptly shut down by city officials after illegal renovation work in their downtown building sparked fears of structural collapse.
What many predicted would be a political watershed turned into an ebbing Wildrose tide as the Alberta Tory dynasty racked up its 12th straight majority victory.
The Wildrose Party appears poised to win Monday’s election -- possibly with a majority, states a fresh poll.
Graham James victim Todd Holt called his assailant's two-year sentence a tragedy, predicting the serial abuser will offend again.