Ken King, the former president and CEO of the Calgary Flames ownership group, has died. He was 68. The Calgary Sports and Entertainment Corporation announced his death Thursday afternoon, describing King as a leader and a friend who will be deeply missed. “Ken was the right leader at the rightRead More →

Hundreds more Alberta doctors are lending their voices to the growing outcry against the provincial government’s sweeping changes to the way doctors are paid. Health Minister Tyler Shandro terminated the master agreement between the province and the Alberta Medical Association last month and will impose sweeping changes to doctors’ compensationRead More →

After previously denying they had used a controversial facial-recognition app that harvested billions of personal photos from social media, Calgary police now say some officers did, in fact, use the Clearview AI software. “The Calgary Police Service does not use Clearview AI in any official capacity,” police said in aRead More →

The shelving of the proposed $20.6-billion Frontier oilsands mine this week stems mostly from the length of time it took for it to win regulatory approval, says the CEO of oilsands producer Husky Energy Inc. The project application was withdrawn by Teck Resources Ltd. last Sunday, just days before theRead More →

The Calgary-based Manning Centre will feature American conservative radio host Dennis Prager as one of its keynote speakers at a conference next month, a fiery and often controversial figure who recently complained that the left has made it “impossible” to say the N-word. “It’s disgusting, it’s a farce. It’s the only wordRead More →

Alberta is taking a gradual approach to balancing its budget while protecting programs that matter most, Premier Jason Kenney told delegates at the United Conservative Party’s annual general meeting in Calgary on Saturday. “Some of this will be controversial, some of it will invite protests, saw one today,” Kenney told the hundredsRead More →