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Hockey Canada departures may not be enough as sponsors seek policy, culture change

Hockey Canada departures may not be enough as sponsors seek policy, culture change

A leadership change at Hockey Canada may not be enough to bring back its biggest corporate sponsors.
Vegas showgirls describe shock of stabbings that left 2 dead, including an Alberta man

Vegas showgirls describe shock of stabbings that left 2 dead, including an Alberta man

Victims of a quick series of stabbings on the Las Vegas Strip described the shock and horror of the unexpected attack on a group of showgirls and others outside a casino that left two people dead--including an Alberta man--and six injured.
CEO Scott Smith out at Hockey Canada, board of directors resigns

CEO Scott Smith out at Hockey Canada, board of directors resigns

Scott Smith spent nearly three decades climbing the ladder at Hockey Canada.
Sovereignty Act rollback: Incoming Alberta premier would follow rule of law on bill

Sovereignty Act rollback: Incoming Alberta premier would follow rule of law on bill

The top adviser to incoming Alberta premier Danielle Smith says her proposed sovereignty act would respect Supreme Court decisions.
Higher interest rates needed, signs of economic slowdown not enough, says Macklem

Higher interest rates needed, signs of economic slowdown not enough, says Macklem

Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem says more interest rate hikes are necessary to bring inflation down, despite some early signs of a slowing economy.
New screening program will use CT scans to detect early-stage lung cancer

New screening program will use CT scans to detect early-stage lung cancer

Alberta Health Services (AHS) has launched the Alberta Lung Cancer Screening Program (ALCSP), a new two-year pilot project that will offer lung cancer screening using low-dose computed tomography (CT) scans to approximately 3,000 eligible Albertans.
Prairie premiers, governors urge Canada, U.S. to keep border crossings open longer

Prairie premiers, governors urge Canada, U.S. to keep border crossings open longer

Canada's Prairie premiers and two U.S. governors want their respective countries to restore pre-pandemic operating hours at entry points along their shared land border.
Trudeau demands Poilievre apologize after misogynistic tag found on YouTube videos

Trudeau demands Poilievre apologize after misogynistic tag found on YouTube videos

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is facing pressure to apologize over accusations that he has been trying to reach out to those in the "male supremacy" movement through tags embedded in his YouTube videos.
Telus will not sponsor Hockey Canada's men's programs this season

Telus will not sponsor Hockey Canada's men's programs this season

Telus Corp. says it will not be sponsoring Hockey Canada’s men's hockey programs for the 2022-23 season, including the upcoming World Juniors tournament.
Alberta United Conservatives head to polls on final voting day to replace Kenney

Alberta United Conservatives head to polls on final voting day to replace Kenney

Albertans will learn today who the new premier of the province will be.