The Calgary Flames will make some changes over the summer months but growth must come from within, GM Brad Treliving told reporters on Friday.
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The NHL linesman who was injured by a hit from Calgary Flames player Dennis Wideman is suing the hockey club and the defenceman for $10.2 million.
Calgary Flames president and CEO Ken King says the team will move if it can't strike a deal for a new arena. It could be an effective tactic to convince Calgarians to part with their tax dollars, according to author Martin Fridson.
The chuckwagon races are one of the marquee events at the Calgary Stampede, and the annual auction to advertise on the canvases that adorn the wagons is always a bellwether for confidence in the heart of the oilpatch.
Mayor Naheed Nenshi says Calgarians have been loud and clear in their opposition to using public dollars to finance a new arena for the Flames, and to the NHL commissioner jumping into the debate.
Eddie 'the Eagle' Edwards, the British ski jumper who finished dead last in the 70- and 90-metre events at the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics — but gained worldwide fame in the process — returned Sunday to jump once again.
Underdog British ski jumper Eddie Edwards, who won the hearts of Calgarians during the 1988 Olympics, is back in the city this weekend — and he just might take another crack at the ski jump.
Major junior hockey players who are fighting to earn at least minimum wage in Canada are taking their case before a Calgary judge starting Tuesday, in a hearing to determine whether their multimillion-dollar claim can proceed as a class-action lawsuit.
Near-missed flights, running for his life through Cairo's notorious traffic jams, landing at New York's JFK airport during the chaotic aftermath of President Donald Trump's recent immigration ban.
Mayor Naheed Nenshi says a final decision on whether to proceed with a bid is expected this summer.