After nearly two months spent getting paperwork and plane tickets in order, a Ukrainian family fleeing Kyiv arrived in Coalhurst, Alta. late last week.
Clean up is underway after 43 CP Rail train cars carrying potash left the track Sunday morning east of Fort Macleod, Alta.
Six people are facing charges related to drugs, weapons and stolen property after a home was searched by Lethbridge police.
There’s about to be new way for hockey fans in Lethbridge to catch the Battle of Alberta.
The race for a new United Conservative Party leader is on.
Lethbridge police are warning residents that drinking and driving remains illegal even if you're on an electric scooter instead of in a car.
Lethbridge police are trumpeting the success of a bait bike used to catch thieves in the act.
Shovels hit the ground and construction officially began Wednesday on a new 50 bed recovery centre just east of Lethbridge.
The vehicles used in Wednesday's re-enactment were banged up with broken windows, and came from a real collision involving a distracted driver.
Members of the Kainai Board of Education, Blood Tribe and Indigenous Services Canada joined together on Tuesday at the ground-breaking ceremony for the new Aahsaopi Elementary School.
Some downtown Lethbridge residents were left scrambling before their morning commute on Monday after a string of vehicle break-ins overnight in the 1100 block of Fifth Avenue S.
Alberta cabinet minister Doug Schweitzer announced Monday evening he would not seek the United Conservative Party's top job or run for re-election.
The wreckage of a small plane that disappeared last month in northern Ontario with two men aboard has been located in Lake Superior Provincial Park.
EMS took a man to hospital suffering "traumatic injuries" after a shooting on 17th Avenue S.W. on Monday.
The Calgary Stampeders football club has launched an investigation after video of a fight between a player and an airline employee went viral over the weekend.
Milan Lucic and his head coach are on the same page - the situation could have been a whole lot worse.
If the Calgary Flames thought their second-round series was going to be a cakewalk after scoring nine goals in the opening game, they forgot the firepower of their opponent.
Calgary Police Service is searching for a suspect after a man was shot Monday morning in the southeast.
The American Hockey League board of governors has approved the relocation of the Flames' AHL franchise, the Stockton Heat, from California to Calgary, the team announced Monday.
A Texas 2-year-old loves cheeseburgers so much that he ordered 31 of them from McDonald's on his mom's unlocked phone.
Three months after the Feb. 24 invasion of Ukraine, many ordinary Russians are reeling from those blows to their livelihoods and emotions. Moscow's vast shopping malls have turned into eerie expanses of shuttered storefronts once occupied by Western retailers.
Justice Mahmud Jamal sat down with CTV National News' Omar Sachedina for an exclusive interview ahead of the one-year anniversary of his appointment to the Supreme Court of Canada. Jamal is the first person of colour to sit on the highest court in the country, bringing it closer to reflecting the diversity of Canada.
As the death toll related to the powerful storm that swept Ontario and Quebec on Saturday reached 10 on Monday, some of the hardest-hit communities were still working to take stock of the damage.
It's been a year since the announcement of the detection of unmarked graves at the site of what was once Canada's largest residential school – an announcement that for many Indigenous survivors was confirmation of what they already knew.
The United States and four other nations that walked out of an Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation group meeting in Bangkok over the weekend underlined their support Monday for host nation Thailand, saying their protest was aimed solely at Russia because of its invasion of Ukraine.