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Colorado Mammoth snap losing streak with win in Calgary against Roughnecks

CALGARY — Ryan Lee and Kyle Killen scored three goals apiece as the visiting Colorado Mammoth downed the Calgary Roughnecks 11-9 in National Lacrosse League action on Saturday night.

Eight-year-old Edmonton boy found unharmed, Amber Alert cancelled

EDMONTON — The Edmonton boy at the centre of an Amber Alert that spanned two Alberta cities has been found safe, and police are crediting an off-duty officer from Calgary with spotting the child and his mother.
CP NewsAlert: Amber Alert issued for eight-year-old boy in Edmonton

CP NewsAlert: Amber Alert issued for eight-year-old boy in Edmonton

Edmonton police have updated the Amber Alert they issued for an eight-year-old boy who they say was abducted by his mother Friday afternoon.
Matthew Tkachuk with first career five-point outing as Flames beat Rangers

Matthew Tkachuk with first career five-point outing as Flames beat Rangers

CALGARY — Matthew Tkachuk's playmaking ability was on full display on Friday night as he earned his first-career five-point game.

U Sports Roundup: T-Birds knock off top-ranked team in women's volleyball

EDMONTON — The top-seeded Trinity Western Spartans have made an early exit at the U Sports women's volleyball championship. The No.
Notley demands Kenney 'come clean' on growing party leadership controversy

Notley demands Kenney 'come clean' on growing party leadership controversy

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is demanding Opposition Leader Jason Kenney "come clean" with voters on a spreading controversy involving one of his leadership rivals.
Notley demands Kenney 'come clean' on growing party leadership controversy

Notley demands Kenney 'come clean' on growing party leadership controversy

EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is demanding Opposition Leader Jason Kenney "come clean" with voters on a spreading controversy involving one of his leadership rivals.
Imperial Oil slows development of Aspen project, cites Alberta production cuts

Imperial Oil slows development of Aspen project, cites Alberta production cuts

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd. has slowed the development of a $2.6-billion oilsands project because of uncertainty due to the Alberta government's oil production curtailment program and other challenges.

Alberta creates unit to fight hate crimes, extremism in the province

EDMONTON — Alberta is creating a unit to fight hate crimes and extremism in Alberta. Premier Rachel Notley says it will bring together specialists from various police forces to focus exclusively on hate groups and hate crimes.

Alberta creates unit to fight hate crimes, extremism in the province

EDMONTON — Alberta is creating a unit to fight hate crimes and extremism in Alberta. Premier Rachel Notley says it will bring together specialists from various police forces to focus exclusively on hate groups and hate crimes.