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Alberta delays identification requirements for supervised drug-use sites

Alberta delays identification requirements for supervised drug-use sites

CALGARY — The Alberta government is delaying implementation of one of its new rules governing supervised drug-use sites amid a legal challenge.
Enbridge advances Gulf Coast strategy with US$3B Moda Midstream purchase

Enbridge advances Gulf Coast strategy with US$3B Moda Midstream purchase

CALGARY — Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge Inc. is increasing its presence on the U.S. Gulf Coast through a US$3-billion acquisition. The Calgary-based company said Tuesday it will buy U.S.
Former Liberal MP Kent Hehr running to be Calgary's next mayor

Former Liberal MP Kent Hehr running to be Calgary's next mayor

CALGARY — Former member of Parliament Kent Hehr is throwing his hat in the ring to become Calgary's new mayor.
Edmonton Elks add former L.A. Rams linebacker Derrick Moncrief

Edmonton Elks add former L.A. Rams linebacker Derrick Moncrief

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Elks have beefed up their defence, signing former NFL linebacker Derrick Moncrief. Moncrief, 28, was cut by Los Angeles last month after splitting the 2020 season between the Rams and Las Vegas Raiders.
Harris throws four TD passes, leads Elks to 32-20 win over Stampeders

Harris throws four TD passes, leads Elks to 32-20 win over Stampeders

CALGARY — Trevor Harris was well aware that he had never been on the winning end of a decision against the Calgary Stampeders.
Edmonton Elks return from COVID-19 hiatus to face Stampeders in Labour Day Classic

Edmonton Elks return from COVID-19 hiatus to face Stampeders in Labour Day Classic

CALGARY — The Calgary Stampeders will have history on their side Monday when they host the Edmonton Elks. Calgary (1-3) has won the last eight Labour Day showdowns against Edmonton (1-2).
Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

Twenty years later, Canadians reflect on their efforts after the 9/11 attacks

Calgary firefighter Mark Turik recalls standing at Ground Zero in January 2002, watching a group of police officers as they surrounded a body pulled from the rubble of the World Trade Center.
Rookie quarterback Jake Maier to make third straight start when Stampeders face Elks

Rookie quarterback Jake Maier to make third straight start when Stampeders face Elks

CALGARY — Rookie Jake Maier will make a third straight start at quarterback Monday when the Calgary Stampeders host the Edmonton Elks.
Alberta turns to staffing agencies for nurses as it deals with patient surge

Alberta turns to staffing agencies for nurses as it deals with patient surge

EDMONTON — Alberta's health delivery body says it's turning to staffing agencies for nurses as "a last resort," saying its local supply of nurses is "close to being exhausted" as intensive care units approach capacity.

Alberta man faces second-degree murder charge in death of six-month-old: RCMP

STONEY NAKODA FIRST NATION, ALBERTA — Alberta RCMP say a 21-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a baby. Police say they arrested Tyriq Lyman Kootenay from the Stoney Nakoda First Nation on Wednesday.