Police are investigating after two men suffered stab wounds in an apparent random stabbing attack at a southwest Calgary church.
Alberta’s top doctor confirms 10 people connected to the COVID-19 Delta variant outbreaks at Calgary’s Foothill Medical Centre were fully immunized before testing positive for the disease.
School is almost out for summer and that has many parents wondering what they can and can’t do with their children with changing COVID-19 restrictions, emerging variants and children under 12 unable to get vaccinated.
Protesters marched to the Sheldon Chumir Centre Friday to draw attention to the growing opioid crisis.
The UEFA European Football Championship could not have come at a better time for Calgary restaurant and bar owners in need of a spike in sales.
The City of Lethbridge is once again calling on a herd of goats to help clean up Alexander Wilderness Park and Indian Battle Park this summer.
On Wednesday, just before 5 p.m., Didsbury RCMP received a call about a 68-year-old man whose family had not seen or heard from since around the end of February.
Alberta reported another 170 cases of COVID-19 Friday as hospitalizations and ICU admissions continue to decline.
The process to potentially rename a southwest Calgary high school because of its ties to Canada's former residential school system has moved ahead.
The Lethbridge Bulls kicked off their training camp Friday in preparation for a shortened 2021 campaign.
Rodeo competitors, support staff and workers coming to the Calgary Stampede have been granted an exemption from having to quarantine at a government-approved hotel after crossing the Canada-U.S. border.
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi received his second vaccine shot Friday at a southeast pharmacy.
A walk through several Calgary communities will now reveal a colourful series of murals and parklets, thanks to the Beltline Urban Mural Project
A simple postal code change was supposed to be a positive thing for Jim and Dianne Novak but instead, the couple has been battling their insurance company — SGI Canada — over a premium charge on their bill.
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) is investigating an incident involving Airdrie RCMP and a man who died while in their custody last Monday.
Two men from Fort McMurray, Alta. face attempted murder charges after shots were fired inside a business south of Calgary Monday, A third suspect fired shots at the same business the following day.
Premium Fire Protection Ltd. has been found guilty in provincial court of 15 fire code violations stemming from the use of unqualified and uncertified staff.
A St. Albert man has opened his own version of the once-popular Blockbuster Video stores on his front lawn - and it’s free.
The pandemic has created some unique classrooms challenges over the past year, but it has also opened up a new opportunity for students at a high school dance academy in Lethbridge.
Today marked Alberta entering into Stage 2 of its 'Open for Summer' plan.
According to a group of Blood Tribe members who spoke to local media on Wednesday, there isn’t enough being done to combat the impacts of the ongoing opioid crisis on the Blood Reserve.
A supply truck driver got the shock of a lifetime when an elephant attacked his vehicle. The man was rescued safety.
The world's soccer fans finally got something to cheer about as the long-delayed 2020 Euro Cup finally kicked off. Todd Battis reports.
Attending a G7 event, the Duchess of Cambridge says she 'can't wait' to meet Prince Harry and Meghan's newborn daughter Lilibet.
Melanie Nagy has the story of a 91-year-old B.C. gardener's magically tender tribute to his late wife.
Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House were engulfed in thick fog on June 11 after temperatures dropped to their lowest point in 37 years.
In this edition of Indigenous Circle, a new garden is being created to provide healing for survivors of residential schools. Donna Sound has more.
Health Canada says it 'will not be releasing' the more than 300,000 Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine doses that arrived in the country in April due to a possible quality control issue.
A teacher of the 15-year-old girl killed in the London, Ont. attack is remembering her as an 'extremely talented, extremely intelligent, warm hearted' student, brimming with potential.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says that while progress has been made on the creation of a bill to combat online hate, it's uncertain whether it will be brought forward before June 23, when the House of Commons rises for summer recess.
The burial site of at least 35 Indigenous children who attended the Regina Indian Industrial School has become a gathering place and memorial following the discovery of remains at a residential school in Kamloops, B.C.
The United States plans to push democratic allies on Saturday to publicly call out China for forced labour practices as the Group of Seven leaders gather at a summit where they will also unveil an infrastructure plan meant to compete with Beijing's efforts in the developing world.
Ontario stores and restaurants were teeming with customers Friday as the province lifted some of its COVID-19 restrictions for the first time in months.
The majority of Canadians are either opposed or somewhat opposed to the idea of students returning to the classroom without being vaccinated, according to a new survey by Nanos Research.
A Cape Cod lobster diver is safe following a fluke encounter with a humpback whale that nearly made him the leviathan's lunch.
While there are no signs that public health guidelines for masks will change anytime soon in Canada, some people have come to appreciate wearing them and plan to continue even when it is no longer recommended to curb the spread of COVID-19.
The co-workers of the vehicle attack suspect are grappling with the crimes allegedly committed by a colleague. Omar Sachedina reports.
Weeks after a burial site was uncovered in B.C., more remains were located at a former Regina residential school. Creeson Agecoutay reports.
A large interfaith march was held in London, Ont. to pay tribute to the victims and to call for action on racism. Merella Fernandez reports.
The world's wealthiest countries are under growing pressure to help the developing world fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Glen McGregor reports.