PRIDDIS, Alta.—Canadian golf sensation Brooke Henderson spent well over an hour hammering balls on the driving range at Priddis Greens yesterday as veterans and rookies alike marvelled at her amazing year heading into the Canadian Open later this week.
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CALGARY—Kay Pike stands in front of a giant lit mirror, dabs her brush into a glob of paint, and touches it to her skin.
She’ll repeat the motion thousands of times over the next 12 hours as she transforms herself from a willowy blond artist to the dark-haired “Man of Steel” for a throng of viewers following along on the Internet.
LETHBRIDGE, Alta.—Three close calls that could have ended in tragedy spurred the Lethbridge Police Service to rethink how it was responding to troubled individuals causing a disturbance.
Officers were dispatched to deal with reports of armed persons who were suffering from a mental crisis.
In each instance, they were taken into custody safely.
WITHROW, Alta.—Three young sisters were playing in their family’s loaded grain truck when they became trapped and suffocated in a dense pile of tiny canola seeds that experts say would have swallowed them like quicksand.
CALGARY—Moments after messing up the NDP’s momentum with a provincial byelection win in Calgary last night, the opposition Wildrose encouraged its members to readjust their sights to the federal vote and a victory for Conservative leader Stephen Harper.
CALGARY—The issue of doctor-assisted suicide generated plenty of debate but little consensus at the Canadian Medical Association’s annual convention yesterday.