Natasha Mohamed Farah, 26, was killed in a shooting near 11th Ave. and 1st St. Southwest at about 3 a.m. Ms. Farah, who had just recently moved to Calgary, was pronounced dead at the scene
Aug 25, 2014
Danielle Smith spoke with reporters Friday for the first time since Redford resigned her seat in the Calgary-Elbow riding and the Auditor-General released his report on the former premier’s travel habits
Aug 08, 2014
Auditor-General’s report uncovers widespread shortcomings under former premier’s watch, suggests she pay back more of her travel costs
Aug 07, 2014
Current premier wants RCMP to review travel expenses, use of government aircraft
Aug 06, 2014
University of Calgary study shows treating both areas together lets athletes return to sport more quickly
Aug 03, 2014
Public backlash over former premier’s questionable travel habits and expenses has made the Tories especially vulnerable
Aug 01, 2014
Auditor-general report finds government planes booked with bogus passengers to ensure privacy for former premier and daughter
Jul 29, 2014
Experts fear volunteers could jeopardize murder investigation or suffer long-lasting trauma if they find bodies
Jul 17, 2014
Man accused of triple homicide will be held in custody until August
Jul 16, 2014
Douglas Garland's case has been adjourned to Aug. 14
Jul 15, 2014
Allan Maki has been writing on sports in Western Canada and around the world since 1979. During that time, he has chronicled Stanley Cup finals and Grey Cups, Summer and Winter Olympics, the 1980 Miracle on Ice, the 1989 Super Bowl riot, the 1989 earthquake World Series and hockey-playing bears from the Russian circus.
Allan is a multiple National Newspaper Award finalist and was named 2001 Sportswriter of the Year. He has appeared on dozens of television and radio shows, authored Pro Football's Greatest Stars and is a member of the Football Reporters of Canada Hall of Fame.
He is also the only Canadian sports writer to be interviewed on television by Brian Williams (of TSN) and Brian Williams (then of MSNBC). It is a distinction that could stand for some time.