Calgary police took one person into custody on Wednesday after a shooting outside the Calgary International Airport.
Someone stole a puppy.
A Calgary man accused in the 2014 killing of 18-year-old Colton Crowshoe pleaded guilty to manslaughter Wednesday following negotiations between Crown and defence lawyers.
Bill Hopson spent close to two years transforming his northwest Calgary home into what's known as a painted lady.
The Calgary Flames have signed centre Mikael Backlund to a two-year contract extension, and named him the 21st team captain in franchise history.
A man faces multiple traffic charges after he was reportedly driving over 160 km/hr on the QEII highway several weeks ago.
A young man convicted in the deliberate killing of a Calgary police officer has been sentenced to 12 years in prison.
The wife of Chris Snow says the Calgary Flames vice-president of data and analytics suffered a 'catastrophic' brain injury after going into cardiac arrest and isn't expected to recover.
The company that runs a commercial kitchen at the centre of an E. coli outbreak that has infected hundreds at numerous Calgary daycares has been charged with operating without a business licence.
As COVID-19 cases in Canada rise and updated vaccines make headlines once again, Alberta’s premier and health minister were non-committal about getting the shot this fall when speaking on Wednesday.
Mounties out of Okotoks, Alta., need your help to find a missing teen.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith says two of her staff members were among those outraged by Parliament's recognition of a man who fought alongside the Nazis in the Second World War during last week's address by Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.
With time served, Tyriq Lyman Kootenay will end up serving just shy of six and a half years, defence lawyer Balfour Der confirmed on Wednesday.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is defending one of her cabinet ministers over possible conflict of interest concerns.
The bad news is the Boss won't be gracing the stage at the Saddledome November 8.
Calgary Flames winger Jakob Pelletier is scheduled to undergo surgery on his left shoulder next week and will be out indefinitely.
Calgary police are looking to the public for help locating a missing teen.
Alberta's New Democrat Opposition is asking the provincial government to step in and quash applications for coal mining exploration in the Rocky Mountains.
Lethbridge police are looking for public assistance identifying the driver of a vehicle who they believe deliberately damaged the Pride Crosswalk.
Opening ceremonies outside Lethbridge's civic centre on Monday officially began a week of events based upon truth and reconciliation in the southern Alberta city.
RCMP say a shelter in place advisory issued for the southern Alberta hamlet of Champion has been lifted.
The sun is setting on the summer tourism season in Lethbridge, and stakeholders are now turning their attention ahead to winter.
Police say a coordinated looting spree saw 100 people ransacking liquor, shoe and clothing stores in Philadelphia. Heather Butts reports.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered 'unreserved apologies' Wednesday for Parliament's recognition of a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War and said the Canadian government has reached out to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the wake of the incident.
Prevention could have prevented nearly seven in 10 premature cancer deaths among women worldwide in 2020, new research has found.
Police have locked down and evacuated a section of Barrie, Ont., Wednesday morning in the city's west end amid unconfirmed reports of an explosion.
Canada's near-term economic struggles will ease next year when growth returns and the Bank of Canada begins cutting its key lending rate, a new forecast from Deloitte Canada said.
Hyundai and Kia have issued a recall for several vehicle models and are urging drivers to park away from buildings due to the risk that the issue could start a fire.
The House of Commons will resume sitting this morning for the first time since Speaker Anthony Rota officially stepped down from his post.
Some health-care workers in British Columbia have started receiving notification that they will once again be expected to wear masks in medical settings, but the language is ambiguous about what exactly will be required and for whom.
Dozens of people faced criminal charges Wednesday after a night of social media-fueled mayhem in which groups of thieves, apparently working together, smashed their way into stores in several areas of Philadelphia, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing, authorities said.
Some magnetic building blocks are being recalled by Health Canada as they do not meet the magnetic force requirements and pose ingestion hazards for children.