This knuckle sandwich wasn't on the menu.
Dave Dormer, Calgary Sun
Dave Dormer is a general assignment reporter for the Calgary Sun - responsible for covering everything from crime to politics to cutting edge research at the city's universities. He also writes a bi-monthly Sunday brunch column. Originally from B.C., Dave reported at several papers around that province for 10 before coming to Alberta in 2006. An avid snowboarder and adventure racer, Dave is a graduate of the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology.
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Police have arrested in a suspect in the shooting of a B.C. Mountie Wednesday morning.
A B.C. man accused of abducting his own son was arrested Friday by police in Montana.
The Keystone XL Pipeline will likely be approved, but a timeline depends on who wins the upcoming U.S. presidential election, former prime minister Brian Mulroney said Tuesday.
Talisman Energy is selling 49% of its North Sea interests to China-based Sinopec, company officials announced Monday.
In a deal worth $15.1 billion, state-owned Chinese oil conglomerate CNOOC has agreed to buy all outstanding shares of Calgary-based Nexen Inc.
A Calgary man ran to the rescue after two huskies savaged a five-year-old girl in a "horrific attack" at a school in the Silver Springs neighbourhood on Sunday.
The story of Canada's involvement in the Second World War and Korea was preserved for future generations Friday as part of the Memory Project.
The spectre of race entered the provincial campaign Monday, forcing Wildrose leader Danielle Smith to defend controversial comments by a Calgary candidate.
An Okotoks man drowned Wednesday after being knocked into the ocean during a scuba diving tour near Hawaii.