Calgary has seen more fatal motorcycle crashes so far this year than all of last year. Four people were killed in the first six months of 2016, according to Calgary police. That's up from three in all of 2015.
One man is dead after his motorcycle struck a deer on Lochend Road, just off highway 1A between Calgary and Cochrane on Thursday night. When paramedics arrived at the scene around 10 p.m. they found two damaged motorcycles — one belonging to the 67-year-old man who died.
It’s motorcycle season once again and the Medicine Hat Police Service is reminding motorists to be safe. Cst. Kurtis LaDouceur says riders need to remember any speed can be dangerous when riding a motorcycle.
Edmonton police are investigating a fatal crash downtown involving a motorcyclist. Police were called to Bellamy Hill near 99th Avenue just before 9 p.m. Tuesday.
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As the Foothills Special Needs Association for Parents and Siblings (SNAPS) gears up for its annual motorcycle poker rally, organizers said this year’s event will feature a full day of family-friendly activities along with a show and shine and live entertainment.
Morinville RCMP would like to remind that all drivers play a large role in motorcycle safety. On a motorcycle, a rider is vulnerable. Be aware of motorcyclists on the road and give them the space they need.
A 31-year-old motorcyclist died in a head-on crash with a semi tractor-trailer truck Sunday on the Pacific Rim highway on Vancouver Island. The motorcyclist, from Alberta, was heading east on Highway 4 toward Port Alberni when the deadly crash occurred.
Round Two of the Edmonton Motorcycle Roadracing Association’s 2016 race season fired up on June 19th, just outside of Edmonton, Alberta at Castrol Raceway. Castrol Raceway is the largest racing facility in western Canada and houses the 2.7km, 14-turn road circuit.
A fundraising campaign kicks off Saturday to build a monument in Veterans' Park for Canadian soldiers who died in the war in Afghanistan. The fundraising kickoff parade and poker run starts at 11:25 a.m. in Revolution Place and will include local army and air cadets honour guards.