Flames fans were relatively well behaved on 17 Avenue following the Flames’ loss to the Canucks on Thursday night and police say they are prepared to patrol the Red Mile and areas around the Saddledome after Game 6 on Saturday.
Students at the University of Calgary are exploring housing alternatives in the hopes of allowing an aging population, as well as severely ill or injured citizens, the opportunity to remain independent despite physical limitations.
Alberta's four major party leaders dropped the door knocking for the day to square off in a televised debate in Edmonton on Thursday night but they were back on the campaign trail on Friday trying to drum up support from Albertans.
The first aboriginal northerner to lead the group of eight nations that ring the North Pole has stepped down from the post. Speaking of the pride she took in heading the Arctic Council, federal Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq handed the chairmanship off to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry during a meeting in the northern capital Friday.
Authorities urged 2,000 people living near the Calbuco volcano to evacuate Friday after potentially devastating mudflows of volcanic debris were detected in a nearby river, the result of two huge eruptions this week that sent ash across large swaths of southern South America.
The Speaker of Canada's Senate, Pierre Claude Nolin, died Thursday after a five-year battle with a rare form of cancer, leaving the much-maligned institution without a leader in the midst of its greatest crisis.
Survivors and relatives of victims of a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh marched Friday to demand better compensation on the second anniversary of the disaster that killed more than 1,100 people.
Nearly 400 people in a Northern Ontario First Nation community had to leave their homes on Friday because of the threat of flooding. Kashechewan Chief Derek Stephen says evacuation flights will likely continue from the community until early next week.
The province's attorney general is expected to seek clarification in court Friday on a controversial ruling that said the family of an 11-year-old First Nations girl with cancer has a constitutional right to choose traditional aboriginal medicine over chemotherapy.
Greece sought to downplay the scale of its differences with its bailout creditors as the eurozone's top official said Friday that time is running out for the country to secure a deal that will prevent its bankruptcy.
A group of migrants trying to reach European opportunity via what's billed by smugglers as a "safe" route -- trekking along train tracks through the Balkans -- was hit by an overnight train in a remote river gorge in Macedonia, killing 14.
The presidents of Russia and France joined other leaders Friday at ceremonies commemorating the massacre of Armenians a century ago by Ottoman Turks, an event which still stirs bitter feelings as both sides argue over whether to call it genocide.
The man believed responsible for murdering a mother and her three children in Tisdale, Sask., took pictures of the bodies and sent them to the children’s biological father, according to a relative of the victims.