The Calgary Police Service is seeking public assistance to identify a vehicle and a person believed to be related to a shooting downtown earlier in the month.
Just before 5 p.m., on Thursday, March 3, 2016, police were called to the 1200 block of 12 Avenue S.W., for reports of a shooting.
A man was observed exiting a grey Hyundai Sonata and shooting at a grey Ford Taurus.
The shooter then returned to the Hyundai and fled the area. No one was injured as a result of the shooting.
Police are releasing photos of what is believed to be the Hyundai Sonata that was involved in the shooting.
It is believed to be a 2011-2013, four-door model.
It’s self-care week for SAIT students, SAITSA had an expo today to help students focus on themselves instead of stressing about mid-terms.
Twenty percent of Canadians will experience a mental illness in their lifetime.
SAITSA is known for putting on mental health events but this one is slightly different.
The first ever self-care event was to encourage students to take care of themselves mentally and physically during mid-term exams.
Teenagers and young adults aging 15-24 experience the highest incidence of mental health disorders of any age group in Canada.
Students could enjoy a little salad and pick up a healthy eating brochure… Although chocolates and cupcakes were also on the menu.
Fifty percent of college students rate their mental health below average or poor.
Mental illness indirectly affects all Canadians at some time through a family member, friend or colleague.
8 percent of adults will experience major depression at some time in their lives.
Husky Energy says it expects to start producing oil from its Edam East heavy oil project in Saskatchewan this spring.
Edam East is the first of three new thermal projects that the Calgary based company expects to begin operating this year.
Husky says the three steam assisted operations will add a total of 24,500 barrels a day of production by the end of 2016, including 10,000 from Edam East.
That project has begun steam operations and will begin producing its first oil early in the second quarter, Husky says.
Husky also says its heavy oil sites will have among the lowest operating costs in the industry.
The company is aiming to have 40 per cent of overall production come from the projects with low sustaining capital costs by the end of 2016, compared with 8 per cent in 2010.
Albertans will now be able to have their say about funding criteria for new municipal transit initiatives and rural bus service, along with a new provincial transit strategy.
The Province is looking to the largest amount of funding needed in order to get community members to begin taking bus or train services to reduce the amount of congestion on roadways.
Minister of Transportation Brian Mason will begin to hold discussions this spring with federal ministers, first nation, urban, and rural leaders as well as stakeholders to begin the process.