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Olympic speedskaters Gilmore Junio, Kaylin Irvine and Marsha Hudey retire

Olympic speedskaters Gilmore Junio, Kaylin Irvine and Marsha Hudey retire

CALGARY — Canadian Olympic speedskaters Gilmore Junio, Kaylin Irvine and Marsha Hudey announced their retirements on Wednesday.
Extreme cold leads to flight cancellations in BC, Alberta : In The News for Dec. 21

Extreme cold leads to flight cancellations in BC, Alberta : In The News for Dec. 21

In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Dec.21 ... What we are watching in Canada ...
University of Calgary researchers say reindeer could hold key to scar-free healing

University of Calgary researchers say reindeer could hold key to scar-free healing

CALGARY — Reindeer could hold the key to regenerative healing in humans and animals, says research led by the faculty of veterinary medicine at the University of Calgary.
B.C. snow, cold Alberta temperatures cause significant flight cancellations: WestJet

B.C. snow, cold Alberta temperatures cause significant flight cancellations: WestJet

CALGARY — WestJet says snow in British Columbia and extreme cold in Alberta have caused hundreds of flight cancellations over the past three days.
Staff shifted to deal with surge of patients at Edmonton children's hospital

Staff shifted to deal with surge of patients at Edmonton children's hospital

EDMONTON — Alberta Health Services says it's moving around staff to deal with a surging volume of sick children at the Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton as a provincial nurses' union called for an indoor mask mandate to help slow the wave of i
Mental health panel takes cautious approach for Alberta man who killed mother

Mental health panel takes cautious approach for Alberta man who killed mother

EDMONTON — A mental health board has opted to take a cautious approach in granting liberties for an Alberta man who killed his mother because he thought she was possessed by Satan.
In Danielle Smith's fantasy Alberta, Indigenous struggle is twisted to suit settlers

In Danielle Smith's fantasy Alberta, Indigenous struggle is twisted to suit settlers

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. Disclosure information is available on the original site.
Imperial Oil plans $1.7 billion in capital spending in 2023

Imperial Oil plans $1.7 billion in capital spending in 2023

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd. is planning $1.7 billion in capital spending for next year.
Onion Lake Cree Nation suing Alberta government over sovereignty act

Onion Lake Cree Nation suing Alberta government over sovereignty act

EDMONTON — Onion Lake Cree Nation has filed a lawsuit against the Alberta government saying its sovereignty act is an infringement on treaty rights.
World archery championship in 2024 awarded to Lac La Biche, Alta.

World archery championship in 2024 awarded to Lac La Biche, Alta.

Lac La Biche, Alta., has been chosen to host the 2024 world archery field championship by the world's governing body of the sport.
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