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Holloway leads Oilers to 7-2 pre-season rout over Canucks

Holloway leads Oilers to 7-2 pre-season rout over Canucks

EDMONTON — It would appear you can add Dylan Holloway’s name to the Edmonton Oilers season-starting roster in indelible ink.
Tanev's pre-season debut helps Flames beat Kraken 4-1

Tanev's pre-season debut helps Flames beat Kraken 4-1

CALGARY — When Chris Tanev last played in an NHL game in the spring, he was playing through a dislocated shoulder. He's healthy again and it showed on Monday night.
Alberta Court of Justice: Provincial court to get new name next year

Alberta Court of Justice: Provincial court to get new name next year

EDMONTON — Alberta's provincial court is getting a new name. The provincial government says the court will be renamed the Alberta Court of Justice to better represent its responsibilities. The change comes into effect on April 1, 2023.
Smith won't seek early vote if she wins UCP leadership, becomes next Alberta premier

Smith won't seek early vote if she wins UCP leadership, becomes next Alberta premier

United Conservative Party leadership candidate Danielle Smith says she would not call an early election to seek a broad mandate on her policy ideas if she wins this week's vote and becomes Alberta's next premier.
More MRI, CT scans being completed than before pandemic: Alberta Health Services

More MRI, CT scans being completed than before pandemic: Alberta Health Services

EDMONTON — Alberta Health Services says more MRI and CT scans are being completed now than before the COVID-19 pandemic and there are shorter wait times for urgent cases.
Alberta government funding non-profit group to attract international students

Alberta government funding non-profit group to attract international students

CALGARY — The Alberta government says it is spending $1 million to establish a non-profit organization that will work to attract more international students.
Enbridge's Al Monaco to retire Jan. 1, board chair Greg Ebel named next CEO

Enbridge's Al Monaco to retire Jan. 1, board chair Greg Ebel named next CEO

CALGARY — Al Monaco, who led Enbridge Inc. through a tumultuous decade and helped to transform it into a diversified North American energy infrastructure company, will retire as chief executive of the Calgary-based company on Jan. 1, 2023.
Calgary home sales in September down nearly 12 per cent from year ago mark

Calgary home sales in September down nearly 12 per cent from year ago mark

CALGARY — The Calgary Real Estate Board says home sales in the Alberta city for September were down nearly 12 per cent compared with the same month last year.

Rent-to-own housing to be built in Edmonton for Paul First Nation members

EDMONTON — Ottawa and Alberta have announced $3 million in funding to build affordable housing in Edmonton for members of the Paul First Nation. The project involves the construction of 24 rental and rent-to-own units.
Dominant Raptors feed off crowd to beat Jazz 114-82 in pre-season debut

Dominant Raptors feed off crowd to beat Jazz 114-82 in pre-season debut

EDMONTON — The Toronto Raptors opened their exhibition season on Sunday by being simply dominant in their Canadian home away from home.