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Canada adds Tij Iginla, son of Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla, to U18 squad

Canada adds Tij Iginla, son of Hall of Famer Jarome Iginla, to U18 squad

CALGARY — Hockey Canada completed its 25-player roster for the upcoming world men's under-18 hockey championship Tuesday with the addition of forward Tij Iginla.
Oilers beat Kings to open playoffs in first Game 1 win since 2017

Oilers beat Kings to open playoffs in first Game 1 win since 2017

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers have won a Game 1 for the first time in seven years. Edmonton beat the visiting Los Angeles Kings 7-4 on Monday night to open their first-round, best-of-seven NHL playoff series.
Large study shows caribou herds in Alberta, B.C., growing from wolf culls, cow pens

Large study shows caribou herds in Alberta, B.C., growing from wolf culls, cow pens

Fresh research suggests western Canada's once-dwindling caribou numbers are finally growing. But the same paper concludes the biggest reason for the rebound is the slaughter of hundreds of wolves, a policy that will likely have to go on for decades.
Hyman, McDavid lead Oilers to 7-4 playoff win over Kings

Hyman, McDavid lead Oilers to 7-4 playoff win over Kings

EDMONTON — For once the Edmonton Oilers won’t have to dig themselves out of a hole to start the NHL playoffs.
Fire destroys Second World War hangar at former Edmonton airport

Fire destroys Second World War hangar at former Edmonton airport

EDMONTON — An aircraft hangar built during the Second World War at Edmonton's former municipal airport has been destroyed by fire.
Alberta introduces legislation to reduce high power bill fees for Calgarians

Alberta introduces legislation to reduce high power bill fees for Calgarians

EDMONTON — The Alberta government is stepping in to stop Calgary residents from being forced to pay hefty surcharges on their power bills.
'Trees going up like Roman candles' as fire season starts early in B.C., Alberta

'Trees going up like Roman candles' as fire season starts early in B.C., Alberta

CARIBOO, B.C. — Susanne Langan first noticed the Burgess Creek wildfire from her home in British Columbia's Cariboo region on Saturday afternoon as a distant, thin column of smoke. But as winds picked up that night, the flames became more aggressive.
Alberta hockey volunteer charged with sex offences back in court in May

Alberta hockey volunteer charged with sex offences back in court in May

DIDSBURY, ALBERTA, CANADA — The case of an Alberta hockey association volunteer charged with sex offences against four teens has been put over to next month.
AIMCo's balanced fund earned 8.0% in 2023, falls short of benchmark

AIMCo's balanced fund earned 8.0% in 2023, falls short of benchmark

EDMONTON — Alberta Investment Management Corp. says its balanced fund earned a net return of 8.0 per cent for 2023, short of its benchmark return of 9.3 per cent. The investment manager says its public equity investments earned 15.
Naheed Nenshi eyed as front-runner as deadline looms in Alberta NDP leadership race

Naheed Nenshi eyed as front-runner as deadline looms in Alberta NDP leadership race

EDMONTON — As a key deadline looms Monday in the leadership contest for Alberta's New Democrats, numbers and opinion suggest it remains Naheed Nenshi’s race to lose.
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