CBC | Calgary News

Saturday, September 25, 2021 12:50:52 AM UTC
Beyond the numbers: Alberta doctor discusses pre-existing conditions in COVID-19

The Alberta death toll from COVID-19 is mounting daily, and the province has now passed 2,600 deaths.

Alberta reports 1,651 new COVID-19 cases, 11 additional deaths

The province continues to see increasing COVID hospitalizations and ICU admissions, which are pushing the limits of the Alberta's health-care system.

Calgary mayoral candidate plagued by online threats, office vandalism after council remarks
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A Calgary city councillor and current mayoral candidate says his office has been vandalized following remarks he made in council. 

Meng Wangzhou believed to have left Canada after B.C. court drops extradition case

A plane believed to be carrying Chinese tech executive Meng Wangzhou took off from the Vancouver airport on Friday, marking a new stage in a legal saga that ensnared Canada — and two of its citizens — in a dispute between the U.S. and Chinese governments.

Indigenous organizations conflicted about Catholic bishops' apology
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The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has issued a public apology to Indigenous people in Canada for the suffering endured at residential schools, but Assembly of First Nations National Chief RoseAnne Archibald says she wants to see further action.


: Calgary

Saturday, September 25, 2021 1:20:51 AM UTC
Calgary company donates plants to seniors for comfort in COVID times
A Calgary company is teaming up with the United Way to help lonely seniors, donating potted plants to help get them through the pandemic.
Calgary woman’s flowers bring ‘nice boost’ for health-care workers amid COVID-19 pandemic
Alberta's hardworking health-care workers are getting some new support in the battle against COVID-19.
Decision Calgary: Will future of city’s downtown become an election issue?
According to Avison Young, there is currently 14 million square feet of vacant office space and five buildings sitting empty in the downtown core.
COVID-19: Alberta Education confirms 5 schools moving to online classes
The Alberta government confirmed on Friday that five schools across the province are moving to online classes amid surging cases of COVID-19.
Global News Hour at 6 Calgary: Sept. 24
Global News Hour at 6 on Global Calgary for Sept. 24, 2021. Hosted by Linda Olsen.
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