Calgary police took one person into custody on Friday morning after a disturbance at a Beltline bank.
The Calgary Parking Authority is stepping up to support local small business over the holiday season by giving away four $150 parking credits.
The manslaughter convictions of two men in the 2016 beating death of their landlord have been upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada.
No criminal charges will be laid in connection to the rollover of an icefield tour bus in the Rocky Mountains which killed three passengers and injured 14 others.
Calgary fire officials are reminding residents to be aware of the risk posed by lithium-ion batteries and the "large amount of energy they contain in a small space."
Health Canada approved a COVID-19 vaccine booster for children on Friday that targets more recent variants of the coronavirus, along with the original strain.
Two Mounties on trial in the death of an Alberta man have been found not guilty of manslaughter and aggravated assault.
The man who ran Leslyn Lewis's campaign as she made two consecutive bids to become the federal Conservative leader is off to help Alberta Premier Danielle Smith try to win a provincial election in 2023.
The federal government will announce support and resources for Alberta's women entrepreneurs and investors on Friday.
Alberta Health Services is investigating a number of cases of a contagious illness that could be connected to two social gatherings at a local hotel.
Canada's premiers are demanding Ottawa shoulder what they argue is the federal government's fair share when it comes to health-care costs across the country.
The Red Thread Gift Shop at the Peter Lougheed Centre offers a variety of basic items for patients and their families, but its team of volunteers is also providing a sense of warmth, comfort and love this holiday season.
A wintry weekend for Calgary.
Eight more Albertans have died from influenza, according to the latest data update from health officials bringing the total so far this season to 24. The 2021-22 flu season had a total of 14 deaths.
It's unwelcome news for Canadians as the holidays approach: there's yet another thing driving inflation this year.
Scientists in Calgary are looking at density changes in the earth's crust that impact gravity, so they can predict when a catastrophic event is coming and warn people before it happens.
For nearly five decades the Town and Country Motor Inn saw countless parties in its bars and gave travelling truckers a place to rest and clean up from the road.
The ski and snowboard hill at Canada Olympic Park is open and soon the tube park will be too.
After two years where COVID-19 health restrictions caused holiday parties to be cancelled or pared down, Lethbridge restaurateurs are excited to have year-end celebrations return.
A recent survey has revealed that Lethbridge's most vulnerable population is growing significantly.
“There’s nothing like mom’s cooking” is a common saying, and now Seasons Retirement Communities will help preserve mom’s treasured recipes to share with the next generation.
Arrests have been made following a nearly three-month investigation into the activities of two suspected drug dealers who were believed to be trafficking in Calgary and Medicine Hat.
A Seattle-based company has been granted the salvage rights to a sunken ship believed to have millions of dollars worth of gold on board.
A security breach linked to Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine portal exposed the personal information of thousands of people in the province.
An oil spill in a creek in northeastern Kansas this week is the largest for an onshore crude pipeline in more than nine years and by far the biggest in the history of the Keystone pipeline, according to federal data.
Quebec's legislature has passed a law putting an end to the requirement that members swear an oath to the King.
The head of NATO expressed worry that the fighting in Ukraine could spin out of control and become a war between Russia and NATO, according to an interview released Friday.
A monkey cloaked in a tiny shearling coat was found roaming an Ikea in Toronto 10 years ago to date.
Brittney Griner returned to the United States early Friday, nearly 10 months after the basketball star's detention in Russia made her the most high-profile American jailed abroad and set off a political firestorm.
Decisions on next steps in a potential search for the remains of two Indigenous women believed to be at a landfill outside Winnipeg are being worked through with the option of bringing in outside help, the city's police board said Friday.
Jill Promoli, a flu shot advocate, shares her story after losing her son to the flu in 2016 and urged parents to take precautions.