18 children uninjured after 3 school buses crash on wintry Calgary morning

Posted November 19, 2019 1:51 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ No injuries were reported after three school buses crashed into each other, and an SUV, in a “low-speed collision” on…

No snow-route parking ban anticipated in Calgary amid winter weather

The City of Calgary said on Tuesday morning that it’s not anticipating a snow-route parking ban will be put in place to help crews clear streets. The parking bans are put in effect on the city’s snow routes when Calgary…

Police urge drivers to slow down following dangerous weekend on Calgary roads

November 18 2019 8:19pm One man was killed and another nearly killed in two separate single-vehicle collisions over the weekend on Calgary roads. As Blake Lough reports, police believe excessive speeds were factors in both crashes. ‘ }); } else…

Excessive speed to blame for 2 serious weekend collisions in Calgary: police

Two serious, single-vehicle collisions resulting in one death and injuries to two people over the weekend were caused by speeding drivers, according to Calgary police. First responders were called to the first collision, in the community of Erin Woods, at…

Calgary police investigate single-vehicle rollover on Deerfoot Trail

Posted November 17, 2019 5:06 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Calgary police shut down a road in the city’s south after a single-vehicle rollover on Sunday. Police said the crash…

New city committee facing challenges keeping Calgary’s Green Line project on track

November 15 2019 8:14pm The proposed Green Line megaproject is still a hot topic at Calgary city hall. In the face of cuts in provincial funding, a new committee is facing some big challenges as they look at options for…

Should Calgary’s Green Line be split into 2 legs? Committee considering options

A city committee tasked with finding options to see Calgary’s LRT expansion through is looking at the possibility of splitting the tracks into two legs, which would join with existing tracks in the downtown core. Related News Councillors on the…

Driver arrested after U-Haul speeds through Calgary, crashing into parked vehicles: police

Calgary police say the driver of a U-Haul van was taken into custody on Thursday after officers pursued it through the city as it crashed into numerous other vehicles and drove at high rates of speed. Police were first called…

Auto insurance premiums going up in 2020 for many Alberta drivers

Many Alberta drivers will soon pay more to insure their vehicles — in some cases, much more. In a bulletin sent to brokers, and obtained by Global News, large home and auto insurer Aviva Canada said there would be across-the-board…

Help improve Deerfoot Trail: open houses start this week

Posted November 13, 2019 1:37 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The first of a series of open houses aimed at gathering feedback on how to improve Deerfoot Trail will be…