Calgary police continue to search for the driver of a hit and run that mowed down two children in a marked crosswalk last year and the young victims are now speaking out about what happened that day.
Mere weeks after escaping their war torn homeland, Calgarians Yahya Al Masalma and Seham Talab are celebrating the arrival of their son Mohammad, the first baby to be born in Calgary to Syrian refugee parents during the recent intake.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be going back to familiar territory on Friday, but it’s unlikely he’ll be getting any rest from discussing Alberta’s issues as he is set to meet with Canada’s big city mayors, including Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi.
A huge construction crane being lowered to safety in a snow squall plummeted onto a Lower Manhattan street Friday, killing a Wall Street worker and leaving three people hurt by debris that scattered as the rig's lengthy boom fell, officials said.
North American stock markets turned lower following two days of solid advances amid declining oil prices and renewed concerns over the U.S. economic recovery. The oil-sensitive Canadian dollar also retreated, down 0.85 of a U.S. cent at 71.90 cents US.
A United Nations human rights panel has sided with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in his long-running battle with Swedish and British authorities, saying he should be allowed to walk free immediately and compensated for the years he has lost.
Gunmen wearing disguises opened fire on boxing fans at a Dublin hotel Friday, killing one man and wounding two others in an attack that could reflect tensions within Ireland's top cocaine-smuggling gang.
A 2005 spate of quakes in California's Central Valley almost certainly was triggered by oilfield injection underground, a study published Thursday said in the first such link in California between oil and gas operations and earthquakes.
Job prospects for women are looking increasingly bleak as the so-called fourth industrial revolution puts female-dominated industries at imminent risk. In Canada, where the traditional gender employment divide persists, that could mean a big hit to the economy.
Casinos worried that millennials aren't getting into traditional gambling like their parents and grandparents are bringing in tattoo studios, mixed martial arts competitions and other offbeat attractions to attract a younger clientele.
Even in the city that never sleeps, it's common to see New Yorkers doze off on the subway. But New York City's police commissioner is instructing police officers to wake passengers in an effort to keep them safe.
Brazilian officials say they're sending a set of samples related to the Zika outbreak to the United States, a move which follows complaints that the country was hoarding disease data and biological material.
Syrian government forces and allied militias, backed by what an aid official said were 'hugely increased' Russian airstrikes, pushed ahead with a major offensive in northern Syria on Friday, moving a step closer to encircling contested Aleppo, Syria's largest city.
The IAAF is investigating the authenticity of a two-decade-old letter published in Chinese media that suggests state-sanctioned doping in the 1990s, and casts doubt on the longstanding world records set by Wang Junxia in the women's 3,000 and 10,000 metres.