Not surprisingly, our most popular story of 2013 concerned the flooding in June.
Our “What you need to know” story – full of essential information during the emergency – received nearly a million hits.
What else happened in Calgary this year? Alberta said goodbye to “King Ralph” and Calgary re-elected Mayor Naheed Nenshi.
A hockey star sold his mansion, while a Freeman claimed someone else’s half-duplex as his own.
December isn’t over yet, but the most-read story so far is about a Calgary man giving his $40-million lotto win to charity, wrapping up 2013 on a generous note.
Below are the most-read stories by month. Which Calgary story would you add to this list? Leave your suggestions in the comments section below.
A big fuel mixup has left roughly 500 Calgary drivers having to get their vehicles fixed.Read full story »
Distracted driving ads focus on unlikely target — your crotchRead full story »
Public memorial will be held Friday in Calgary for the 'people's premier' and former Calgary mayorRead full story »
Former Flame now playing in PittsburghRead full story »
Incident happened outside Bank of MontrealRead full story »
Disaster financial assistance staff will be in Calgary from July 2 until July 7 to help residents access recovery moneyRead full story »
'We expect this will drain quickly when rain stops,' Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi saysRead full story »
Mother tried to recover daughter's scattered ashes from rain-soaked roadRead full story »
Property located in Calgary's upscale Parkdale neighbourhoodRead full story »
Voter turnout was 39.43% of eligible votersRead full story »
Ottawa set to announce more accurate fuel consumption testsRead full story »
Retiree won the lottery in May, but kept it a secret until nowRead full story »