A spark on special teams gave the Calgary Stampeders the momentum they needed to beat the B.C. Lions 41-6 on Saturday.
More than 600 athletes from 29 schools competed Saturday in the first Calgary high school city championship competition since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
A group of volunteers spent their Saturday morning outfitting a Calgary home with new appliances, furniture and food for a family in need.
Calgary has taken a dive in terms of juggling jobs and private life, according to new data released on Friday.
Athletes of a sport derived from an important symbol of Japanese culture are meeting at the first-ever Canadian junior championship, taking place right here in Calgary.
If you have the chance to visit Heritage Park this weekend, you will be able to take in an exhibition of handcrafted quilts made by residents of Calgary and surrounding areas.
A southern Alberta man who killed three people, including a two-year-old girl, could have the ability to request a release from jail earlier than his original sentence intended, thanks to a landmark Supreme Court decision Friday.
Following two years of cancellations and public health restrictions affecting its operations, the Calgary Marathon will be back this year with a different flavour.
Calgary Flames fans are still coming to terms with a playoff series loss to the Edmonton Oilers Thursday night in a game that saw both controversy and heartbreak following a Connor McDavid overtime goal.
Western Canada's premiers want to reform their health-care systems by expanding services but they say Ottawa first needs to pick up the phone.
Alberta Parks has closed a section of Fish Creek Provincial Park in the city's southeast after aggressive coyotes attacked a dog and its owner.
A 31-year-old disabled Toronto woman who was conditionally approved for a medically assisted death after a fruitless bid for safe housing says her life has been 'changed' by an outpouring of support after telling her story.
The police official blamed for not sending officers in more quickly to stop the Uvalde, Texas, school shooting is the chief of the school system's small police force, a unit dedicated ordinarily to building relationships with students and responding to the occasional fight.
As Russia asserted progress in its goal of seizing the entirety of contested eastern Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin tried Saturday to shake European resolve to punish his country with sanctions and to keep supplying weapons that have supported Ukraine's defence.
RCMP are investigating the circumstances of a two-vehicle crash on Highway 1 on Friday.
Temperatures are rising in Calgary and workers who help make sure pets are kept safe from harm say residents need to be aware of the risks that come with the change of seasons.
The price of natural gas hit heights not seen since 2008 this week and analysts say it could go even higher this summer.
Thousands of new graduates from the University of Calgary will be able to receive their degrees at an in-person ceremony, the first time the event has been held since 2019.
The grounds at the Alberta legislature are getting a major upgrade thanks to a $20 million investment from the federal and provincial governments.
A new exhibit opens Friday, sharing the stories of 161 Holocaust survivors who came to call Calgary home in the years after the war.
If you’re looking for a night out but don't have anyone to join you, why not invite your dog?
A baby formula shortage in the United States is starting to affect some families in Lethbridge.
Performers with Cirque du Soleil are preparing for the company's fist show in Lethbridge since 2018.
The Lethbridge Bulls are set play their home opener this weekend in a three-game series against the Sylvan Lake Gulls.
An 11-year-old girl from Claresholm, Alta. is recovering after being attacked by a dog last Thursday.
Adam Sawatsky shares the story of a B.C. man who’s celebrating his 75th birthday by giving out hundreds of meals to those less fortunate.
The decision by police to wait before confronting the gunman at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde was a failure with catastrophic consequences, experts say. When it was all over 19 students and two teachers were dead.
A Dene filmmaker based in Vancouver says he was "disappointed" and "close to tears" when security at the Cannes Film Festival blocked him from walking the red carpet while dressed in a pair of moccasins.
The actions — or more notably, the inaction — of a school district police chief and other law enforcement officers have become the centre of the investigation into this week's shocking school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Around a hundred people gathered at noon Saturday at the empty Vancouver home where Chelsea Poorman’s remains were found late last month to show their support for her family's call for answers and justice.
Canada and Finland won semifinal games Saturday to set up a third straight gold-medal showdown between the teams at the IIHF world hockey championship.
Riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray at Liverpool supporters forced to endure lengthy waits to get into the Champions League final amid logistical chaos and an attempt by UEFA and French authorities to blame overcrowding at turnstiles on people trying to access the stadium with fake tickets on Saturday.
One week after a severe wind and thunderstorm swept through Ontario and Quebec, just over 48,000 homes in the two provinces were still without power on Saturday.
The devastating storm in southern Ontario and Quebec last weekend damaged thousands of hydro poles across the two provinces. CTVNews.ca gives a rundown of where utility companies get their hydro poles from, as well as the climate challenges in the grid infrastructure.
The fallout of the Uvalde police admitting mistakes during a school shooting; areas of Ottawa, Montreal are still without power.