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Utility bill help is just a phone call away

Utility bill help is just a phone call away

Utilities Consumer Advocate handles thousands of calls about utility issues
Canadian, U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian aircraft off Alaskan coast

Canadian, U.S. fighter jets intercept Russian aircraft off Alaskan coast

All travel-related: Coronavirus cases double in Alberta to 14

All travel-related: Coronavirus cases double in Alberta to 14

The number of novel coronavirus cases in Alberta doubled to 14 on Tuesday as some 228 Canadian cruise ship passengers began a two-week quarantine at Canadian Forces Base Trenton in Ontario. Alberta's chief medical officer, Dr.

Enbridge moving May annual meeting online due to coronavirus concerns

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. is moving its annual meeting in May online because of concerns about the spread of novel coronavirus.
Calgary Flames defensive depth tested by injuries in race to playoffs

Calgary Flames defensive depth tested by injuries in race to playoffs

Calgary's defensive depth has been put to the test while the Flames scratch and claw to maintain playoff position. Since the NHL all-star break, it seems when one big-minute man draws back into the lineup after an injury, another goes down.

Man found guilty in Calgary quadruple killing case appeals sentence, conviction

CALGARY — A Calgary man found guilty for his roles in a quadruple killing is appealing his conviction and sentence. Tewodros Kebede and Yu Chieh Liao were given life sentences last month for the first-degree murder of Hanock Afowerk in 2017.

Hamlet northeast of Calgary safe for re-entry after truck-train crash

THREE HILLS, Alta. — Residents of a hamlet northeast of Calgary were being allowed to return to their homes Tuesday after crews cleared the site of a collision between a train and a propane truck.
Cenovus spending cut expected to set trend as sector adjusts to oil prices

Cenovus spending cut expected to set trend as sector adjusts to oil prices

CALGARY — Forecasts for a stand-pat year for drilling in 2020 in the Canadian oilpatch are up in the air following an oil price crash Monday linked to a dispute between Russia and Saudi Arabia over oil production cuts.

Calgary correctional peace officer charged with remand centre assaults

CALGARY — A correctional peace officer has been charged with assaulting four inmates at the Calgary Remand Centre. The Crown prosecution office asked Calgary police last March to look into complaints of excessive force.
Alberta Parks' online camping reservations open this month

Alberta Parks' online camping reservations open this month

Online reservations open for individual campsites will begin March 17, with staggered times to include 9 a.m. for the south region, 11 am. for Kananaskis Country, 1 p.m. for the central region and 3 p.m. for the north region.