Power is back on in Lindenwoods today after the lights went out around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday. It appears a goose hit an overhead power line, cutting electricity to 2,700 people.
For those who have a whole day to kill there are several closures to be aware of. All government offices, libraries, banks and schools are closed for the day.
Alberta's beef industry is still in decline, with Canadians eating less of the meat and fewer producers raising cattle 10 years after BSE, or mad cow disease, savaged the industry.
As Canada's biggest banks prepare to report their second-quarter results, analysts say those that rely more heavily on wealth management and global markets will fare better amid slowing growth in Canadian retail banking.
Calgary's mix of on-street parking rates across the city may soon be scrapped in favour of a more fair and consistent price scheme.