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First Lake Louise men's downhill canceled

LAKE LOUISE, Alberta (AP) — The first of two men’s World Cup downhills in Lake Louise was canceled Friday due to too much snow.

First Lake Louise men's downhill cancelled due to too much snow

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — The first of two men's World Cup downhills in Lake Louise, Alta., was cancelled Friday due to too much snow.
Mexican regulators approve Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern deal

Mexican regulators approve Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern deal

CALGARY — Mexican regulators have given their approval to Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s deal to buy U.S. railway Kansas City Southern.
Brodie Seger, Jack Crawford lead rebuilding Canadian men's downhill ski team

Brodie Seger, Jack Crawford lead rebuilding Canadian men's downhill ski team

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Breakout world championship results this year by Jack Crawford and Brodie Seger indicate the rebuild of the Canadian men's downhill team may be accelerating.
Technology sector helps lift S&P/TSX composite index higher

Technology sector helps lift S&P/TSX composite index higher

CALGARY — Canada’s main stock index ticked slightly higher Thursday, driven largely by gains in the technology sector on what was otherwise a quiet trading day due to the Thanksgiving holiday south of the border.

Norway's Kilde top in men's downhill training at Lake Louise World Cup

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. — Aleksander Aamodt Kilde was the fastest finisher in a men's downhill training session at the World Cup in Lake Louise, Alta., on Wednesday. The Norwegian was 0.
Trains roll into Vancouver after CP Rail restores limited service following mudslides

Trains roll into Vancouver after CP Rail restores limited service following mudslides

CALGARY — Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says the first trains have rolled into Vancouver since flooding and landslides cut key supply links in southern British Columbia.
Environmentalists threaten Alberta Premier Kenney with lawsuit over inquiry remarks

Environmentalists threaten Alberta Premier Kenney with lawsuit over inquiry remarks

A coalition of at least eight environmental groups is threatening to sue Alberta Premier Jason Kenney for defamation if he doesn't retract and apologize for statements saying a public inquiry found they spread misinformation about the province's oil
Calgary Flames extend win streak with 5-2 victory over Chicago Blackhawks

Calgary Flames extend win streak with 5-2 victory over Chicago Blackhawks

CALGARY — On a night Calgary didn't have its 'A' game, Milan Lucic and the club's veteran fourth line delivered a pair of timely goals.

WHL roundup: Carrier scores natural hat trick as Pats trounce troubled Tigers 6-2

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. — Cole Carrier scored three goals in less than four minutes and the Regina Pats routed the Medicine Hat Tigers 6-2 on Tuesday. Carrier's first goal came on a power play 15:05 into the third.