Bill Graveland

Bill Graveland is a Calgary-based reporter for The Canadian Press.

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RCMP investigation complete: Prosecutors have report on fatal Icefield bus rollover

Three people were killed and 14 others had life-threatening injuries after the red-and-white Ice Explorer lost control on the road to the Athabasca Glacier, about 100 kilometres southeast of Jasper, Alta., on July 18, 2020.

University of Calgary students convert ATV to solar to help Indigenous communities

Some engineering students have figured out how to convert all-terrain vehicles to solar power and hope it will benefit Indigenous and remote communities in Canada's North.

Going once, going twice: Calgary Stampede canvas auction returns after pandemic delay

The return of the Calgary Stampede's canvas auction Tuesday night mirrored much of the economic uncertainty coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Calgary researchers say there may be a link between fracking and premature births

A University of Calgary study says there may be a link between the density of certain oil and gas operations and increased health risks for nearby pregnant women and their babies.

Calgary Stampede unveils poster, promises pre-pandemic-style event this year

Unlike last year, the 2022 version of the Stampede will be a full event similar to pre-pandemic times.

Paralyzed Broncos hockey player getting upgrade on spinal device

A former junior hockey player with life-altering injuries from a bus crash four years ago is getting a boost he's been anticipating for two years.

'I would remember that': Second accused denies there was a plan to kill Calgary chef

A second man accused in the fatal stabbing of a popular Calgary chef has testified there was never any plan to harm the victim.

Accused in Calgary chef's death says he remembers scuffle, but not stabbing

One of two men accused in the killing of a popular chef has testified he remembers being in a scuffle with the cook but has no memory of stabbing him.

Witness worried about giving evidence against men accused of killing Calgary chef

The young woman, who cannot be identified due to a publication ban, was visibly nervous as she continued her testimony at the jury trial of Anthony Dodgson and Tommie Holloway.

Advocate for homeless says 'very common' attacks on vulnerable highlights dangers

An advocate for the homeless says stabbing attacks on three vulnerable people last month are a sad reality.

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