Members of Lethbridge’s 50+ Curling Club are taking to the sheets this week for the annual Green Acres Foundation Bonspiel.
Advocacy groups who were horrified by the news of a brutal assault on a baby girl in Lethbridge say they have created a fund to help out, enlisting support from an organization that helps hundreds of young victims each year.
The provincial government has announced $8.5-million in funding to assist low-income nursing students.
The City of Lethbridge has unanimously agreed to move ahead with plans to add more affordable housing.
Lethbridge police say Andrew 'Georgie' Rabbit, 17, left Sifton Family Services on an unsupervised break just after 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 4 and hasn't been seen since.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes are off this week, so players took Tuesday to spend time with local AMA school safety patrollers at the ENMAX Centre.
Students, faculty and staff at the University of Lethbridge got the chance meet their incoming president and vice chancellor on Tuesday at a welcome ceremony.
Medicine Hat city council passed the first reading of a proposed bylaw that would ban smoking in parks and at public events.
A skier, along with his two rescuers, spent a chilly night on the side of a mountain at a southern Alberta ski resort last week.
It may only cost a handful of change to pay for parking in downtown Lethbridge but for those that don't and get a ticket, they could be paying a hefty fine.
A Lethbridge man convicted of sexually assaulting three women has been sentenced to 12 years behind bars.
The Calgary Police Service asked residents of a northwest neighbourhood to shelter in their homes as officers responded to a situation Wednesday morning involving a firearm.
A woman sustained critical injuries and two children were also hurt in a crash at a northwest Calgary intersection Wednesday evening.
Calgary soccer star Sam Adekugbe is working with the Red Cross, urging Canadians to donate to quake relief.Adekugbe plays professionally in Turkiye, for Hatayspor, in the devastated city of Antakya.
A man has been charged in relation to a May 2022 single-vehicle collision that killed a 24-year-old woman.
More than 70 people are in Kananaskis for this year's event, which brings together skiers from across Canada, the U.S. and a few visitors from Norway and the U.K.
Alberta now has 683 people in hospital with COVID-19, 22 of whom are receiving care in ICUs.
Two men from northern Alberta face charges in relation to an incident that took place last week in Wheatland County, Alta.
Calgary has dozens of dog walkers, but only one company that uses a school bus to transport its clients' pups to the park
Airdrie RCMP are investigating after a pharmacy robbery took place Wednesday over the lunch hour.
Nearly 100,000 pieces of mostly plastic trash were collected from the Toronto Harbour using 10 devices known as Sea Bins.
Two four-year-old children are dead and a man has been charged with first-degree murder after a driver crashed a city bus into a daycare in Laval, Que. Wednesday morning. The driver, 51-year-old Pierre Ny St-Amand, was arrested at the scene and faces two counts of first-degree murder and several other charges.
A Canadian-led study of a new potential antiviral therapy shows a single dose can help cut the risk of hospitalization and death from COVID-19.
Two children wedged between concrete in the remains of their home in northern Syria have been rescued more than 36 hours after Monday's quake trapped their family as they slept.
Like many other Turkish-Canadians Nural Sumbultepe is grieving the family members she lost in the earthquakes from thousands of miles away, and trying to find the best way to support the survivors and relief efforts.
An annual survey on how trusting Canadians are suggests their faith in governments is rebounding as the COVID-19 pandemic begins to fade.
CTV's Max Harrold shares the latest details surrounding the driver of the city bus that crashed into a daycare centre in Laval, Que.