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Men's world curling championship in Calgary concludes amid COVID scare

Men's world curling championship in Calgary concludes amid COVID scare

CALGARY — Niklas Edin's fifth world men's curling title was memorable not only because of the history the Swede made.
Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

Expert says gathering outside Alberta church attended by many conspiracy theorists

SPRUCE GROVE, Alta.
Jacob Markstrom earns shutout as Flames blank Oilers 5-0 in Battle of Alberta

Jacob Markstrom earns shutout as Flames blank Oilers 5-0 in Battle of Alberta

CALGARY — It took Sean Monahan breaking out of his goal-scoring slump to set the offensive tone for the Calgary Flames.

Men's world curling championship in Calgary remains in COVID limbo

CALGARY — The men's world curling championship in Calgary remained in a holding pattern Saturday just short of its finish line because of positive tests for the COVID-19 virus.
Edmonton Oilers place centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on injured list

Edmonton Oilers place centre Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on injured list

EDMONTON — The Edmonton Oilers have placed Ryan Nugent-Hopkins on the injured-reserve list. The 27-year-old centre missed Edmonton's game against the Ottawa Senators Thursday with an upper-body injury.
Alberta expands rapid tests for schools, but critics demand vaccines for teachers

Alberta expands rapid tests for schools, but critics demand vaccines for teachers

EDMONTON — Alberta's premier and education minister say a pilot program that has been using rapid screening tests in some Calgary schools is being expanded to about 300 other schools in the province.
Break for a Breakthrough: Canadian hosts international martial arts demonstration

Break for a Breakthrough: Canadian hosts international martial arts demonstration

EDMONTON — Over 100 martial artists from different corners of the world screamed one loud "kihap" and broke wooden boards in half as a symbol of breaking free from their pandemic fatigue.

Brent Sutter quits as coach of Canadian hockey team he owns

RED DEER, Alta. — Brent Sutter, the former NHL star who coached the New Jersey Devils and Calgary Flames, quit as coach of the Western Hockey League team he owns. Sutter has run the Red Deer Rebels for 20 seasons and coached them for 15.

Brent Sutter fires himself from head coach of the Red Deer Rebels

RED DEER, Alta. — Brent Sutter has stepped down as head coach of the Western Hockey League's Red Deer Rebels, which is a team he owns. Sutter has run the Rebels for 20 seasons and coached them for 15.

Non-profit Quebec law centre to aid environmental group targeted by Alberta oil firm

QUEBEC — The Quebec Environmental Law Centre is coming to the aid of an environmental group targeted by an Alberta oil company threatening legal action. Pieridae Energy Ltd.