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Wind energy specialists say they're hoping to find common ground with the United Conservative Party, despite the promises to step away from Alberta's current climate change plan.Read More...
Keep up to date on the latest from southern Alberta by watching this article and following along with CBC's live election coverage.
Albertans hold strong opinions that vary widely across the province — and even in the same riding, those views can be starkly different, new data analysis shows. How that will translate into votes has yet to be seen.
Julie Barnes and her husband want to know when they can drink a glass of water from their own kitchen tap. They've been without water since early March.
An RCMP officer shot a man while investigating a call about allegedly stolen oilfield property in a central Alberta town.
A Calgary NDP candidate has apologized for posting a meme about jihadists and crusaders several years ago, saying he wasn't aware of "Islamophobic and anti-Semitic connotations" of the image.
An abrupt announcement has left players and hockey team staff without a gig for next season, and fans wondering where they'll watch their favourite athletes in the future.
A group of Alberta doctors want climate change action to be top of voters' minds as they head to the polls.
An ordained minister described as a leader in Calgary's Chinese community has replaced the star United Conservative Party candidate who resigned earlier this week after controversial messages she sent came to light.
The first-quarter update for Green Line transit project didn't assure one Calgary councillor, who wants to see the light-rail transit line run through her northern district in the future.