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With Keystone XL effectively dead, where does Jason Kenney go from here?
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has spent the last number of days calling for consequences and compensation after U.S. President Joe Biden revoked the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline on Wednesday.

At least 10 Loblaws warehouse staff worked while symptomatic during COVID-19 outbreak
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During a COVID-19 outbreak, employees at a Loblaws warehouse in Calgary worked while symptomatic, didn't wear masks, and didn't disinfect equipment, according to a recently issued health order. 

Everything you need to know about COVID-19 in Alberta on Saturday, Jan. 23
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As case numbers fall, Alberta's top doctor says restrictions will remain in place to ease the pressure on the health-care system. Meanwhile, the province records a grim milestone: 1,500 deaths.

60% of COVID-19 long-haulers say government is 'absolutely ignoring them,' Marketplace questionnaire finds
Susie Goulding

CBC Marketplace investigated access to care for COVID-19 long-haulers across Canada, finding that over 60 per cent aren't getting the medical support they need, 50 per cent say doctors didn’t believe them, and some are paying hundreds, sometimes thousands, of dollars out of pocket for treatments.

How political symbolism brought down Keystone XL

Those calling on Ottawa to impose punitive sanctions on the United States for killing the Keystone XL pipeline project still have a question to answer: what are they hoping to achieve?

Check out these beautiful photos sent to us by Calgarians
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We asked you to share your photos with us, and here's a selection of what you sent in.

It's time to let Keystone XL go, ambassador says
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Canada’s ambassador to the United States says there’s no chance of President Joe Biden walking back his decision to kill the Keystone XL pipeline — so she’s turning her attention to other pressing bilateral issues.

How the wind shapes Alberta: Stories and facts about winter's mighty gusts
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It's not out of the ordinary for it to be windy in southern Alberta. However, these days, it's been above average with gusts climbing to over 100 km/h.

Canada is on the hunt for coronavirus variants — but may not be able to keep up with outbreaks
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Canada is on the hunt for highly contagious strains of the coronavirus, but experts say they could already be spreading across the country and we may not be able to keep up with surveillance as more outbreaks occur.

Calgary ICUs still stretched even as COVID-19 case rates drop
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Calgary's intensive care units remain under intense pressure as overall COVID-19 case counts, transmission rates and hospitalization numbers drop.

Biden pledged to work with Canada on 'Buy American' during call with Trudeau, official says
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with newly inaugurated U.S. President Joe Biden Friday in what was the first opportunity for the two leaders to chart a fresh course for the Canada-U.S. relationship after four tumultuous years with Donald Trump.

Here are the latest COVID-19 statistics for Alberta — and what they mean
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, there are so many numbers flying around, it's hard to keep track. Here, we'll do our best to keep track for you, with new charts updated daily and the context surrounding the data.

Block Heater announces virtual concert series lineup
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Block Heater is back, but this time, the music is coming to your home.

CBC Calgary News at 6, January 22, 2021
CBC Calgary News at 6, January 22, 2021

Current and comprehensive news stories from around Calgary and Southern Alberta

What's on tap at this year's Banff SnowDays
What's on tap at this year's Banff SnowDays

Banff SnowDays will be a little scaled back this year with the pandemic, but there is still some safe outdoor fun to be had. Organizers promise to be back bigger and better next year.

WestJet halts Boeing 737 Max jet before takeoff after warning light in cockpit
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WestJet temporarily grounded a Boeing 737 Max jet that was supposed to fly from Calgary to Toronto on Friday after a warning light came on in the cockpit prior to takeoff.

Alberta's longest-standing brewmaster reflects on beer career
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Paul Gautreau is Alberta's longest-standing brewmaster with 20 years under his belt, and 35 years at Big Rock Brewery.

Former basketball coach faces multiple charges related to sexual assault of a teen
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Sean Maheu, 38, was formerly a coach at with Genesis Basketball League from 2015 to 2018. He now faces charges that include sexual assault, interference and exploitation in relation to a male teenager.

Alberta reports 643 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 additional deaths

Active cases continue to drop in the province, falling below the 10,000 mark for the first time since mid-November.

In letter to PM, Kenney calls for consequences or compensation over Keystone XL cancellation
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is repeating his calls for economic retaliation after the U.S. cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline, or at least some compensation for TC Energy and the province for the loss of billions of dollars.