Good morning, Calgary! It's –6 C at 6 a.m. Here's what's happening in the city today.
It's warmed up a bit since the weekend, but we'll only get to -5 C today. There's a 30 per cent chance of flurries and the temperature will fall to minus 9 C this afternoon, according to Environment Canada.
Overnight we're expecting a 30 per cent chance of flurries again.
The weather changes tomorrow warming up to a high of plus 1 C with winds from the west at 20 km/h gusting to 40.
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Two men are facing multiple charges and police are hunting for a third suspect after a shooting at a Calgary nightclub early Sunday morning. One man was injured and sent to hospital. Calgary police say at about 1:30 Sunday morning, three men pulled up in a vehicle in front of the 10 X nightclub on Tenth Avenue SW. Two waited in the car while one man walked up to the front door of the bar and started shooting. He was tackled by bouncers and members of the Calgary police gang unit which happened to be nearby and heard the shots responded. One of the men from the car tried to help the shooter but fled the scene. The third person in the car was arrested at the time.
CBC News has learned the former PC government declined federal anti-drug strategy funding in the midst of the fentanyl crisis. The province's then acting executive director of the addiction and mental health branch wrote in a document obtained by CBC that the decision was made because of fiscal constraints and a hiring freeze. It's the first time a province or territory rejected funding after a proposal was approved by Health Canada.
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