Police in Lethbridge say they've found the rightful owners of a pair of diamond rings that were found earlier this year.
Weather permitting, the City of Lethbridge will close a road at the intersection of Jerry Potts Boulevard and Algonquin Road West on Saturday to make improvements.
Local artists from the Blood Tribe in southern Alberta are contributing their work to a campaign taking on one of the biggest crises the nation has faced in years.
Northback, formerly known as Benga Mining, appears to be attempting to resurrect the Grassy Mountain project, a proposed coal mine rejected by the provincial and federal governments.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes hit the road Friday for their second away game of the 2023-24 season.
Some Lethbridge, Alta., residents may hear gunfire late Thursday night and early Friday morning.
Lethbridge police are looking for information from the public that could help them identify a man they say was taking photos of children without their consent.
The Brooks Bandits kicked off the 2023 AJHL Showcase with a win Wednesday, topping the Whitecourt Wolverines 4-1 Wednesday.
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.
The couple and dog mauled and killed by a grizzly bear in the backcountry of Banff National Park late last week did everything right, Parks Canada says.
Alberta's highest court has dismissed an appeal by a popular mountain community to reverse a decision by a provincial tribunal ordering it to allow two major developments that would almost double the town's population.
Another child at a Calgary daycare has tested positive for Shiga toxin-producing E. coli, a month after an outbreak that infected hundreds at numerous daycares centres started.
Alberta’s former environment minister says there has been an increase in human interactions with bears in the area of Banff National Park where a couple and their dog were attacked and killed on Friday.
More than 50 Alberta CEOs, entrepreneurs and industry leaders are in Ottawa this week in an effort to raise the profile of their province.
A new report suggests that despite high inflation, volatile energy prices and a competitive housing market, Calgarians are happier than they've been in recent years.
The Calgary Real Estate Board says there were 2,441 home sales in September, setting a record high last month.
An autopsy has confirmed a man found dead on Stoney Nakoda First Nation last month was a victim of homicide.
LIVE as it happens: An aerial view of a celery spill that has shut down Ontario. Highway 400 near Barrie.
Canadian National Railway Co. is experiencing a network-wide system failure that is also affecting Via, GO and other trains in Ontario.
Liberal MP Greg Fergus is Canada's new House of Commons Speaker, following a secret ranked ballot election on Tuesday. It is a day for the political history books as Fergus, once a parliamentary page, becomes the first Black Canadian to hold the prestigious role.
U.S. Speaker Kevin McCarthy's ability to remain in leadership was thrown into serious risk Tuesday after the House voted to move ahead with an effort by hard-right Republican critics to oust him.
Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre is defending the caption on photos he posted to social media on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation after Liberal cabinet minister Marc Miller accused him of misidentifying Inuit people as Algonquin.
The United States government cannot be sued in Canada for its alleged role in infamous brainwashing experiments at a Montreal psychiatric hospital, Quebec's Court of Appeal ruled this week.