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Live: Alberta voters head to polls

Voting continues at polling places across the province this afternoon in an Alberta election that is bound to make history one way or another. After four weeks of what has been an intense — and at times downright nasty — campaign, voters are set to decide if Rachel Notley will be the first...

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Decision day in Alberta: No matter the outcome, history will be made

Voters are heading to the polls in the Alberta election today and advance turnouts suggest it could be busy at the ballot boxes. Almost 700,000 people voted early in malls, airports, recreation centres, public buildings and even an Ikea store. That was well ahead of the 235,000 who came out early in...

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Former Calgarian wins Pulitzer for uncovering Trump's questionable finances

When New York Times reporter Susanne Craig received an anonymous envelope in the mail back in 2016, the former Calgarian says she had no idea the delivery would launch an “odyssey” investigating the finances of U.S. President Donald Trump. Now, after 18 months of digging into even more leaked...

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When Billy, the hero of Billy Elliot the Musical, auditions for London’s National Ballet, the adjudicators ask what he feels when he dances. He says words are inadequate, but if they really need a word, it’s electricity. I’m going to borrow Billy’s explanation to help describe the experience...

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Street cleaning equals easy money for city Like many Calgarians, I live in a densely populated residential neighbourhood with limited parking. On most days, cars flank both sides of the narrow streets, and towards the evening, I cross my fingers in hopes to find a spot. To my dismay, the city...

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It obviously remains to be seen just how much common ground Alberta’s government will share with Doug Ford’s government in Ontario after today. But on at least one important issue, it should be easy for Alberta’s premier — whoever that turns out to be — to align with their Ontario...

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Calgary shines in top Canadian restaurants list

Nine Calgary restaurants are among the country’s best as determined by heavyweight industry officials. The fifth edition of Canada’s 100 Best Restaurants, the definitive guide to Canada’s finest restaurants, was released at an awards gala held at The St. Regis Hotel in Toronto. The 2019...

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