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Exceptional is new normal: Experts break down anti-science tropes on extreme weather
The intensity of the Australian wildfire, followed by flash flooding in other parts of the country. Military called in to deal with multi-day Newfoundland weather event like none in recent memory. One-in-100-year flood in Calgary in 2013. What's the common thread?
Animator from Calgary opens up about her role on Frozen 2
Some of the scenes in Disney's new Frozen 2 were created by a Calgarian. Jackie Koehler joined the Calgary Eyeopener on Monday to open up about how she got involved with the film and what her role was.
Alberta post-secondary funding will be tied to performance
The Alberta government announced Monday that it intends to tie post-secondary funding to performance measures.
Arts Commons announces Alex Sarian, of New York's Lincoln Center, as new president and CEO
Arts Commons has chosen a new president and CEO after a year-long search. He's Alex Sarian, who has held a variety of leadership roles at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
B.C., Alta. Indigenous leaders call on federal government to kill Teck Frontier mine project
Members of the Indigenous Climate Action, the Tiny House Warriors and the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs were among those who were protesting Monday in North Vancouver outside the office of Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson.
Unpaid taxes from oil and gas companies have more than doubled to $173M in rural Alberta
Snowboarder, skier die in separate incidents after being found unresponsive in Kootenays
Bow River a chilly training ground for Calgary team headed to annual ice canoe race
'I want to have some sign of life:' Public efforts to find missing Holly Ellsworth-Clark intensify
Companies charged after hydrogen sulphide leak causes health problems near Grande Prairie
Blue Monday isn't real but the winter blues are, experts say. Here are some tips to beat them.
Goodbye, gas furnaces? Why electrification is the future of home heating
Supervised consumption site advocates anxiously await results of provincial review
Youth centre for at-risk kids closes its doors citing financial pressures
OPINION | Need a rubber stamp? Some political cover? There's a panel for that
When a CEO takes a stand: the changing world of corporate activism
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Sexual assault at southwest Calgary home was random, police say
Hockey ref braves freezing Calgary weather during 19-hour outdoor skate for Alzheimer's