Southbound Deerfoot Trail closed due to multi-vehicle collision Published on: January 1, 2018 | Last Updated: January 1, 2018 9:46 AM MST Calgary, Alberta: March 10, 2013 -- Deerfoot was turned into a parking lot after a crash near 17 Ave had traffic backed up past Glenmore Trail, in Calgary on March 10, 2013. Photo by Christina Ryan, Calgary Herald (For City section story by TBA) Emergency services have shut down southbound Deerfoot Trail due to a multi-vehicle collision.Emergency crews...
Emergency services have shut down southbound Deerfoot Trail due to a multi-vehicle collision. Emergency crews responded early Monday morning to 15 vehicles involved in a collision on Deerfoot Trail south of Memorial Drive. Only southbound Deerfoot will remain closed due to the accident. More details to come.
Environment Canada issues extreme cold warning for Calgary, surrounding areas Published on: December 26, 2017 | Last Updated: December 26, 2017 6:59 AM MST Thick frost sits on the branches of bushed in the Edworthy Park off leash area on January 8, 2016. Colleen De Neve / Calgary Herald A white Christmas is being followed by an extremely cold Boxing Day.Environment Canada has issued an extreme cold warning for most of the province, including Calgary and surrounding areas.The extreme cold is...
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Selecting a term
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