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  1. A change of direction for the Calgary Stampede Parade

    03.28 / 22:42 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    The Calgary Stampede parade is doing an about face and will be travelling in the opposite direction this year on Friday July 7, parade day. The parade will follow the same route but will start on 9th Avenue and 1st Street Southeast moving in the reverse direction toward 6th Avenue and 3rd Street…
  2. Thousands of Calgary youth attend job fair at Stampede Park

    03.28 / 21:01 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    The city's 19th annual Youth Hiring Fair was hosted at Stampede Park on Tuesday and thousands of young people crowded into the Big Four Building to see what employers had to…
  3. AHS shuts down unsanitary dental clinic run out of home

    03.28 / 18:53 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Alberta Health Services is warning patients of a home dental clinic in southwest Calgary to undergo testing after officials ordered the facility shut down last week because of a risk of exposure to serious…
  4. Wait times for cataract surgery in Alberta among the worst in Canada

    03.28 / 18:29 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    A new report says that patients waiting for priority procedures are getting the help they need within the appropriate time frame, but there are a few major exceptions here in…
  5. Lawyer says Trump administration moved to squelch testimony

    03.28 / 18:03 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    A lawyer for former deputy Attorney General Sally Yates wrote in letters last week that the Trump administration was trying to limit her testimony at congressional hearings focused on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. The hearing was later cancelled by the House intelligence committee…
  6. McMorris nominated to Canadian Olympic team despite injury

    03.28 / 16:50 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Despite being in hospital with serious injuries suffered in a backcountry accident over the weekend, snowboard star Mark McMorris was provisionally nominated to Canada's team for the 2018 Winter Olympics on…
  7. Devin Nunes won't leave Russia probe; Paul Ryan says no need to

    03.28 / 16:50 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    U.S. House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes rebuffed calls to step aside from the Russia investigation Tuesday as demands grew for him to recuse himself as head of that…
  8. Canadian ships involved in massive drug bust at sea

    03.28 / 16:26 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    The U.S. Coast Guard says Canadian ships were involved in a massive cocaine bust in international waters over a 26-day…
  9. Airdrie residents now offered 24/7 emergency care

    03.28 / 14:21 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Starting next week, residents of Airdrie will have access to medical care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Airdrie Urgent Care…
  10. Thousands of Calgary youth to attend job fair at Stampede Park

    03.28 / 12:41 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Young people looking for work will be crowding into Stampede Park on Tuesday for the annual job fair that aims to fill positions in many different areas of the…
  11. Boston doctors killed in Mount Hector avalanche remembered by colleagues

    03.28 / 12:13 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Friends and coworkers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston are planning a memorial for a pair of promising physicians who were killed in an avalanche north of Lake Louise earlier this…
  12. Think tank urges Liberals to sell money-making assets to private sector

    03.28 / 12:13 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    A new report is urging the Trudeau Liberals to make their new, experimental infrastructure bank a centre for helping cities and provinces sell off existing assets, rather than just helping to build new…
  13. Health Canada issues warning about potent steroid in PureCare skin product

    03.28 / 12:13 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Health Canada has issued a warning about a skin cream for babies and children that it says could pose "serious health…
  14. Montreal likely to block Energy East pipeline, Rona Ambrose says

    03.28 / 12:13 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Interim Conservative leader Rona Ambrose says she's not optimistic the proposed Energy East pipeline from Alberta to New Brunswick will be built, citing the opposition from the mayor of Montreal and anti-pipeline…
  15. 2017 Rangeland Derby canvas auction hauls in $2.4M

    03.24 / 02:31 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    This year's edition of the 2017 Calgary Stampede GMC Rangeland Derby canvas auction, generally considered a reflection of the state of Calgary's economy, saw growth over the total from the 2016…
  16. Liberal MP apologized for stripper joke, whip's office says

    03.24 / 01:45 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    Dianne Watts says the MP made reference to a 'pole to slide down' during a committee…
  17. Calgary woman appeals conviction in death of diabetic son

    03.24 / 00:36 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    A Calgary mother convicted in the death of her 15-year-old son from starvation and untreated diabetes in 2013 has filed an…
  18. Businesses in Kensington and South Calgary robbed at knifepoint

    03.23 / 22:59 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    The Calgary Police Service has released surveillance camera stills of the suspect in two recent robberies in the hopes a member of the public can identify the masked…
  19. Melting snow exposes hidden mould, majority of Calgarians left sniffling

    03.23 / 21:50 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    The return of warm conditions has many Calgarians basking, and sneezing, in the sunshine and a local physician says most people are unaware of what’s causing their red eyes and runny n…
  20. Roadside signs scorched by vandal in city’s southeast

    03.23 / 21:27 calgary.ctvnews.ca Calgary.ctvnews.ca - Alberta
    A pair of liberal byelection signs and a commercial advertising billboard were set on fire on Thursday morning and police are now looking for those…