Calgary 2026 CEO peppered with mostly skeptical questions on call-in show

With seven weeks left before the Calgary-only non-binding plebiscite on whether the city should host the 2026 Winter Olympics, the CEO of the bid corp was on the defensive and more often than not on a call-in show, it was a hard sell.

Whistleblower deserves 'gold medal' for leaking Calgary Olympic documents: taxpayers group

Advocacy group the Canadian Taxpayers Federation is praising a whistleblower who leaked municipal documents pertaining to Calgary's potential bid for the 2026 Winter Olympic Games.

Game Wrap: Strong 2nd half lifts Canada over France

Canada trailed by as many at 15 points, but managed to turn it on in the 2nd half to beat France 71-60 at the 2018 FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Artificial intelligence is coming to Summerside

BluWave-ai is developing artificial intelligence software that will automatically decide how much power needs to be imported for the electrical grid system for the City of Summerside's electrical utility.

Mother of Sask. man fatally shot by RCMP officer disappointed by lack of criminal charges

Dorothy Laboucane said she wants the officer who shot her son to testify during the upcoming coroner's inquest. "I want him to see us. I want to look at him."

Trump takes on Iran at UN

U.S. president slams Iranian leadership, praises economic sanctions

Quesnel will not allow public cannabis smoking or private cannabis retailers

Recreational cannabis will be legal across Canada on Oct. 17, but the City of Quesnel has decided to temporarily ban private retail sales of marijuana, as well as the smoking of the drug in public spaces.

Trump says Democrats using 'con game' to sink Kavanaugh's nomination

U.S. President Donald Trump accused Democrats on Tuesday of using a "con game" to scuttle Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, dismissing allegations against the judge as Republicans began preparations for a pivotal hearing Thursday with the woman accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

Calabogie residents 'banded together' after tornado hit, officials say

Municipal officials in Calabogie, Ont., say more than two dozen homes will need to be repaired after a tornado tore through the eastern Ontario community late last week.

Party of one: Mark Critch interviews Canada's newest party leader Maxime Bernier

Party of one: Mark Critch interviews Canada's newest party leader Maxime Bernier

People's Alliance avoids spotlight as Austin discusses strategy

The People's Alliance have gone quiet in order to regroup and figure out what to do with their newfound power after winning three seats in Monday's provincial election.

Hammonds Plains man guilty of sex trafficking teens gets 8 years

Leeanthon Oliver pleaded guilty to five charges Sept. 5 and has been sentenced to eight years in prison. In his statement to the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, he apologized to his victims and their families.

Kia Nurse keys Canada comeback vs. France at FIBA World Cup

Kia Nurse scored 18 points and Canada rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat rival France 71-60 and win Group A at the FIBA Women's World Cup on Tuesday in Tenerife, Spain.

'A new beginning': Modern home for Mackay Centre, Philip E. Layton Schools inaugurated in NDG

The ribbon was cut on a new $30-million, state-of-the-art school in Montreal’s west end Tuesday — a building that at last meets the needs of English-language students with disabilities.

Major feature of Cogswell redevelopment site? Truck noise

Redevelopment of the Cogswell interchange in downtown Halifax will take noisy truck traffic into account.

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Game Wrap: France down Canada at Socca6 World Cup

France edge the Canadians 3-1 at the Socca6 World Cup in Lisbon, Portugal.

Party leaders to get 'grim' report from Edmonton school board on funding cuts

The leaders of Alberta's political parties will be sent a report from Edmonton Public Schools, characterized by trustees as "grim" and "bleak," that suggests as many as 932 jobs could be lost if education funding is cut after next spring's provincial election

Socca6 World Cup: Canada vs. France

Watch Canada take on France at the 2018 Socca6 World Cup in Lisbon, Portugal.

Trump rejects globalism, touts 'doctrine of patriotism' at UN General Assembly

U.S. President Donald Trump used his second address to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday to tell world leaders that his administration rejects "global governance, control and domination."

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