Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Calgary Street

Small Plane Makes Emergency Landing on Calgary Street

By The Canadian Press

Calgary Plane
A plane sits on a street after making an emergency landing in Calgary on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO – Andrew Greig)

CALGARY – A small plane carrying six people made an emergency landing on a Calgary street Wednesday morning.

Police say the twin-engine plane was coming in from the south, heading for a landing at the Calgary airport, when the pilot radioed in that the aircraft was low on fuel.

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Electric Donkey Run Lighting Up ManyFest

Electric Donkey Run Lighting Up ManyFest

Electric Donkey RunGrab your glow sticks and neon running clothes. The Electric Donkey Run is returning to team up with ManyFest this year.

The annual run, produced by Swamp Donkey Adventure Racing, is Friday, September 7.

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Trade-Deadline Additions of Stastny, Morrow Paying Big Dividends for Jets

Trade-Deadline Additions of Stastny, Morrow Paying Big Dividends for Jets

By Judy Owen, The Canadian Press

Winnipeg Jets
Winnipeg Jets left wing Nikolaj Ehlers (27), right wing Patrik Laine (29), centre Paul Stastny (25) and defenceman Ben Chiarot (7) celebrate Stastny’s goal against the Chicago Blackhawks during first period NHL hockey action in Winnipeg on Thursday, March 15, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

WINNIPEG – Being traded to the Winnipeg Jets this season has turned into a highlight for Paul Stastny and Joe Morrow.

While the February moves disrupted their lives, they’ve been able to contribute to the success of a team that’s heading into the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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Vehicle Attacks Already Part of Winnipeg Police Plans as Jets Fans Party

Vehicle Attacks Already Part of Winnipeg Police Plans as Jets Fans Party

By The Canadian Press

Winnipeg Jets Fans
Winnipeg Jet fans celebrate at Portage an Main in downtown Winnipeg after the Winnipeg Jets defeated the Minnesota Wild in game five NHL playoff action to win the first round 4-1 in Winnipeg on Friday, April 20, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

WINNIPEG – Police in Winnipeg say they were already considering a potential vehicle attack as they planned security for Jets fans looking to party downtown during the NHL playoffs.

Insp. Dave Dalal says attacks such as the one in Toronto on Monday are becoming more common, and Winnipeg police are prepared to keep fans at the so-called Whiteout street parties safe.

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‘Death Road to Canada’ Game Release on Hold Due to Toronto Van Attack

‘Death Road to Canada’ Game Release on Hold Due to Toronto Van Attack

By Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press

Death Road to Canada
An image from the video game “Death Road to Canada” is seen in this undated handout photo. Wednesday’s scheduled console release of the video game “Death Road to Canada” has been delayed due to Monday’s horrific van attack in Toronto. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO, Rocketcat Games)

TORONTO – Wednesday’s scheduled console release of the video game “Death Road to Canada” has been delayed due to Monday’s horrific van attack in Toronto.

London-based Ukiyo Publishing says it has put the game’s release on hold because of the rampage that killed 10 pedestrians and injured 15 others.

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Identities of 10 Killed in Toronto Van Attack Will Take Days to Confirm: Coroner

Identities of 10 Killed in Toronto Van Attack Will Take Days to Confirm: Coroner

By Michelle McQuigge, The Canadian Press

Toronto Van Attack
Police secure an area around a covered body in Toronto after a van mounted a sidewalk crashing into a number of pedestrians on Monday, April 23, 2018. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette)

TORONTO – Investigators probing the deadly van attack that killed 10 people and injured 14 others in north Toronto have not yet identified any of those who died, Ontario’s chief coroner said Tuesday.

Dirk Huyer said confirming the identities is a time-consuming process complicated by the fact that the attack took place over at least a one-kilometre stretch of one of Toronto’s busiest streets.

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