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Flames vow to get better … but how?

DENVER — The Calgary Flames have said again and again that they need to be better. When you get thoroughly outplayed for two straight games and find yourself on the receiving end of a 6-2 beatdown at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night, yeah, you need to be better. It can’t get...

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Ah, shoot! Flames legend Iginla made positive impact on Avalanche

DENVER — Just hours before his jersey was raised to the rafters on an emotional night at the Saddledome, Calgary Flames franchise icon Jarome Iginla told the current cast that he would be cheering for them in their bid to bring a championship to his longtime hockey home. Thing is, Iggy was also a...

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Bail denied for suspect in 2017 shooting death in city’s northwest

Murder suspect Armando Pepino Baccari will remain behind bars pending his jury trial this fall, a Calgary judge ruled Tuesday. Justice Rosemary Nation said defence lawyer Jim Lutz had failed to establish grounds to justify Baccari’s release on bail. Under the Criminal Code, for most charges the...

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RCMP raid on UCP candidate’s business connected to alleged voter fraud, says lawyer

An RCMP raid on UCP candidate Peter Singh’s business last week was to seize his computer as part of an ongoing investigation into alleged voter fraud in the party’s leadership campaign, Singh’s lawyer said Tuesday. But defence counsel Jim Lutz said Singh is “adamant” he did nothing wrong....

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Robin Wortman jailed 15 months for witness tampering, bail breaches

Former Calgary Homeless Foundation board of directors member Robin Wortman has been sentenced to 12 months for trying to get a witness to recant his sexual-assault allegations. Wortman was also sentenced to an additional three months custody for breaching a condition of his bail that he have no...

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Letters, April 16: Insurance companies just so unfair

BEING PROFILED Re: Your red car doesn’t cost more to insure. Under 25, male; under 25, female; married, unmarried; distance travelled annually … there is a name for this. It’s called ‘profiling’ and it’s illegal, except for insurance companies. No insurance company can predict anyone’s...

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Thief breaks into Lethbridge courthouse, empties cash box

Lethbridge police are hoping a man alleged to have broken into the southern Alberta city’s courthouse over the weekend will soon be making a return visit. Surveillance footage from the building captured an unknown male suspect forcing open a door on the east side of the building about 6:40 p.m....

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‘They were better’: MacKinnon shines as Avalanche stomp Flames in Game 3

DENVER — Uh oh. The Calgary Flames are in trouble, and not just because they now trail 2-1 in their best-of-seven opening-round set against the Colorado Avalanche. Because you could make a case that the Flames — the top seed in the Western Conference — have been outplayed in three straight to...

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Game 3 live blog: Flames down 6-2 early in the third

The Calgary Flames’ first-round series heads into Game 3 tonight at 8 p.m. MT against the Colorado Avalanche. We have a team of journalists to bring you live updates on the game, exclusive analysis and behind-the-scenes interviews. Follow it all here and join in the conversation:

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‘Whirlwind’: Cale Makar makes NHL playoffs debut

DENVER — Think about Cale Makar’s last couple of days. While the rest of the world was settling in to watch Tiger Woods win the Masters and/or see Jon Snow return to Winterfell in Game of Thrones, Makar was … well, maybe it’s best to just go day-by-day. On Friday, Makar was announced as the...

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