Mothers' depression during and after pregnancy appears to affect the mental health of their offspring, says a University of Calgary scientist.
Bill Kaufmann, Calgary Sun
Bill Kaufmann is senior reporter for the Calgary Sun. He's covered nearly every beat for the paper and currently covers general assignments. Bill has also worked as a columnist and writes a weekly restaurant review for the Sun. His work has also included reporting from various overseas locales. He works regularly as an assistant city editor. Bill attended Mount Royal College's journalism program.
It's a issue currently dominating the headlines in U.S. politics: Is the fact Ted Cruz was born in Calgary going to hamper his bid for the U.S. presidency?
Thirteen charges have been laid against a Calgary man who allegedly assaulted three police officers and an EMS member.
It’s not always a smartphone, say Cochrane Mounties.
Four-year-old Jerylle Saquibal bravely struggled through chemotherapy to keep an advanced case of nerve cancer at bay.
Mitchell Harknes stabbed U of C student Brett Wiese in self-defence, the accused's lawyer told court Thursday.
Being blown off course and arrested for parachuting from a lawn chair strapped with helium balloons has left a city man more elated than deflated.
Pundits a century ago didn’t think it’d gallop beyond its debut.
Saliva through the mail could lead to a cure for stuttering, say those researching the speech disorder.
Dutch war bride Aleyda Campbell recalled the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers Friday, 70 years after they liberated her homeland and ended the war in Europe.
Benefits gaps that have frustrated some military veterans should be closed with improvements to reservists' programs, Defence Minister Jason Kenney said Friday.
Canadian border agents have seized $38,000 at the Calgary International Airport they say was bound for the Middle East and possible terrorist use.
Oil prices should rebound before they have a devastating impact on government coffers, federal Finance Minister Joe Oliver said in Calgary Thursday.
Family of a Somali man murdered in a New Year's Day mass shooting have gathered in Calgary, as their plans the grim task of burying one of its own.
Wildlife officials say they were forced to shoot dead a moose Friday morning in a northeast Calgary back yard after it had wandered into the parking lot of a nearby shopping mall.
Last year's great flood and the sharp eyes of a fisherman have led to the discovery of a new species of dinosaur in an unexpected spot in southern Alberta.
Police have identified a man suspected in the theft of at least five poppy fund boxes in Calgary this month.
In 55 years of lensing wildlife, Jim Lawrence had never seen a grizzly bear on the other end of the lens.
It might not have been free, but Tim Hortons coffee was on the house in Oakridge Tuesday morning.
Accidentally e-mailing the personal information of more than 500 students to hundreds of recipients has led to an apology from a city public school principal.