Think you have Alberta figured? Meet Richard Miranda
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Think you have Alberta figured? Meet Richard Miranda

Calgary elected the country’s first Muslim mayor, helped kick out the long-ruling Conservatives and elect…

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The Young Guns battle it out
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The Young Guns battle it out

Where better than a cocktail mixer to wind up the next generation of Calgary’s political…

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Return to the oil patch or call it quits?
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Return to the oil patch or call it quits?

Two years into the oil downturn and tens of thousands of people in Alberta have…

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Calgary’s singing a different tune?
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Calgary’s singing a different tune?

The soundtrack to the city is changing. Sure, we’ve still got the ol’ Stampede influence,…

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Trudeau on his political messaging
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Trudeau on his political messaging

The Prime Minister was speaking with Michael Litt in Kitchener To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4084482 »»»…

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Trump slaps tariffs on softwood lumber
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Trump slaps tariffs on softwood lumber

U.S president says Canada has outsmarted U.S politicians for many years, but he doesn’t fear…

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Job losses inevitable in softwood lumber industries
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Job losses inevitable in softwood lumber industries

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says that while job losses are inevitable due to U.S.…

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Catch a ride with Brett Wilson
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Catch a ride with Brett Wilson

Kyle Bakx hits 17th Avenue with this former dragon to check out Calgary’s economic situation.…

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Hey Alberta, outta work? Why not try your own thing?
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Hey Alberta, outta work? Why not try your own thing?

We catch up with three Calgarians who are putting their entrepreneurial hopes to the test.…

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Woman set on fire by husband denied home insurance payout
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Woman set on fire by husband denied home insurance payout

Allstate puts up legal fight despite telling CBC News it would review its handling of…

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