Kylee Pedersen

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New health centre in Stoney Nakoda Nation aims to bring services 'under one roof'

After 18 months of construction, the newly renovated Stoney Health Centre officially opened its doors on Wednesday in Mini Thnî. It will provide increased access to health services for the people of Stoney Nakoda First Nation. 

Calgary's Peace Bridge repairs finally complete after vandalism

The bridge has been partially closed since construction on the new railings began in April this year, following an act of vandalism in July 2022 that damaged dozens of glass panels.

1 dead in shooting in northeast Calgary, police link uptick in violence to organized crime

Calgary police confirmed that several of the city's recent shootings were targeted events, and that they had the "hallmarks" of organized crime.

AI radar used to detect polar bears could be used for grizzly and black bears, too

While experts warn there isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution to stopping unwanted bear encounters, one scientist believes a new radar technology could become the latest tool to help humans and bears live safely alongside each other.

Missing sled dog spotted multiple times in Calgary but remains elusive

The eight-year-old Alaskan Husky slipped out the door of his new home in Calgary’s northwest neighborhood of Brentwood last week, after retiring from his life-long work as a sled dog due to a bout of pneumonia and some sore hips. 

3 arrests made at Calgary protests amid calls for a ceasefire in Gaza and counter-protest

In a statement, Calgary police said the arrests ranged from charges of breach of peace to one arrest for assault with a weapon. Police were unable to confirm what group those arrested were supporting.

Hockey Calgary has questions over new country-wide dressing room policy

The policy, which came into effect on Sept. 12, outlines that players must wear a base layer at all times in dressing rooms where more than one person is present, at that two adults must be present in dressing rooms or directly outside of them to monitor player's behaviour.

'Be prepared to encounter a bear at anytime' in Banff townsite, Parks Canada warns residents

Officials said the warning was posted after reports of multiple bears frequenting the townsite.

Family continues search for missing Calgary woman into Thanksgiving weekend

In a remote forested area northwest of Calgary in the Waiparous Valley, Trevor Miller sits in a Westfalia van, poring over maps and organizing volunteers to aid in the search for his cousin, Amy Fahlman, who was declared missing by Calgary police on Oct. 1.

Wet winter needed to feed next years' crops, say Alberta irrigators amid early water shut-off

The province's two largest irrigators say a smaller than normal snowpack at the end of last winter, combined with high temperatures early in the spring and little to no rainfall throughout the summer, has left their systems with one of the lowest water levels in recent memory.