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Letters to The Province, Nov. 26, 2020: Human rights complaints — BMO and the VPD should be ashamed. The Province - 25/11/2020

Letters to the editor: "BMO and the VPD should be ashamed of their actions and be punished with a huge damage award," writes G. Nordal of

Calgary man captures photo of SpaceX Dragon docked at the International Space Station. Calgary Herald - 26/11/2020

When Shafqat Zaman takes photos of the International Space Station (ISS) from Calgary, it may help that he’s about 1 kilometre closer than

Your letters for Nov. 26. Calgary Herald - 26/11/2020

Alberta needs a leader, not ideologies Re: Kenney takes the heat but real problem is people who don’t comply, Opinion, Nov. 25 Don Braid suggests

Braid: UCP has to set aside ideology and turn hard against COVID-19. Calgary Herald - 23/11/2020

Don Braid: Sometimes a crisis blows right past a government's ideology. This is one of those

COVID-19: NHL, NHLPA fight for salary leverage as they negotiate a return to play. The Province - 22/11/2020

The players have the leverage because at the end of the day, Gary Bettman has to preserve the integrity of the game and they have to play a season —

Corbella: Retailers relieved government has not locked them down. Calgary Herald - 25/11/2020

Licia Corbella: When you consider that 98 per cent of Alberta businesses are small enterprises with fewer than 99 employees, knocking out 40 per cent

Chilliwack gift-shop owner is cheerful giver when it comes to Empty Stocking Fund. The Province - 24/11/2020

I think it (the fund) is so important, it’s a charity that gives to every area of the

Psychotic state that led to random attack was drug induced, psychiatrist says. Calgary Herald - 6 hours ago

Heavy cannabis use in the days and weeks leading up to the random stabbing of a mother and child triggered a psychotic episode in Calgarian John Yag,

Robbing and confining prostitute in his apartment lands Calgary man four-year term. Calgary Herald - 6 hours ago

Robbing and confining a prostitute after they’d agreed to cancel their “date” after he paid her $250 has landed a Calgary man a four-year prison

Angry Blood Tribe voters confront election officials. Calgary Herald - 27/11/2020

A crowd hoping to cast ballots for the Blood Tribe chief and council angrily confronted elections officials when told they weren’t able to vote.

Seeing double: Calgary's Sally Bishop has been stuntwoman for Carrie Coon, Robin Wright, Julia Roberts. Calgary Herald - 27/11/2020

Last week, Sally Bishop sat in a Calgary movie theatre and watched herself take a violent fall down a flight of stairs. It was part of the Kevin

As ICU beds fill up with COVID-19 patients, Alberta scrambles to free up space. Calgary Herald - 26/11/2020

There are more than 8,000 acute-care beds in Alberta, but fewer than 200 of them are equipped for intensive-care unit

Letters to The Province, Nov. 27, 2020: Don’t let ‘Scrooge’ steal North Vancouver holiday lights. The Province - 26/11/2020

Opinion: Letters to The Province, Nov. 27,

Nenshi 'disturbed' by contact tracing breakdown during new wave of COVID. Calgary Herald - 27/11/2020

Th city also announced Friday that CEMA deputy chief Sue Henry would take over the top job as Tom Sampson

'Every day here is precious': Sundre physics teacher named educator of the year while facing terminal cancer diagnosis. Calgary Herald - 25/11/2020

I just hope I can keep doing this longer because this is what I want to

Former Red Autumn Fall guitarist Rich Ragany returns home to pay tribute to lost brother. Calgary Herald - 25/11/2020

When musician Rich Ragany was eight years old, he would spend most Saturdays listening to music with his big brother on the front stoop of the family

Calgary police release composite sketch of sex assault suspect. Calgary Herald - 25/11/2020

Calgary police have released a composite sketch of a suspect who committed a sexual assault in September. A woman walking near 19 Ave. and 5 St. S.W.

Judge denies injunction for Calgary police officer who claims documentary defames him. Calgary Herald - 24/11/2020

Neufeld said edits the production company has agreed to make, removing the subtitles and blurring Harris' face, are sufficient to allow the film to

Letters to The Province, Nov. 25, 2020: Down memory lane at the Palomar. The Province - 24/11/2020

Letters to The editor: "As seniors, we say thanks. Memories are very important in our lives," writes Lennie Gelfand,

Canucks prospects tracker: The Jurmo gambit, hold the Linus. The Province - 22/11/2020

It’s the latest edition of the weekly tracker, where we tally up the efforts of the Vancouver Canucks’ highest-profile prospects: Joni Jurmo At last,

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