Starting Jan. 31, Albertans will be required to show their health care number to access supervised consumption sites.
Alberta Health has confirmed that a sub variant of Omicron has been detected in the province, but it's unclear exactly where those cases were identified.
The University of Lethbridge says a new upgrade to the campus library has not only significantly brightened it, but will also reduce its environment footprint.
The president and CEO of Lethbridge College has announced she is leaving her position.
Now in its 12th year, Bell Let's Talk Day continues to raise both awareness and money for mental health. Many post-secondary students in Canada have faced a lot of added stress and anxiety since the pandemic began, but students in Lethbridge may actually be up against more stress than students in other cities.
1,026 women have been turned away over the past 10 months as a result of limited space.
Lethbridge police say one man has been charged after cash, a weapon and $20,000 worth of street drugs were seized from his home.
The live music industry in Canada, like so many others, has taken a huge hit over the past two years due to postponed and cancelled concerts.
Though Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has expressed concern that grocery stores across Alberta are experiencing food shortages, it doesn't appear to be an issue in Lethbridge at this time.
As hundreds of truckers arrived at a truck stop just outside of Medicine Hat Monday, a crowd gathered to show their support for the drivers on their way to Ottawa as part of Freedom Convoy 2022.
Lethbridge police are working to identify a man they say threatened a local business owner last week.
Alberta reported 14 new COVID-19 deaths on Thursday as hospitalizations continue to put pressure on the health-care system.
As a convoy of truckers made its way through Ontario on Thursday, hundreds of supporters gathered along roadways and overpasses in the Greater Toronto Area, with police warning of major traffic delays.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will travel to Washington to discuss issues including COVID-19 and pipelines with American leaders.
As Alberta prepares for the tabling of its next provincial budget, Finance Minister Travis Toews says there are signs of greater optimism.
As a convoy of truckers head to Ottawa to protest the federal government's cross-border vaccine mandate, some truckers are distancing themselves from the movement as it attracts support from fringe groups and generates dangerous rhetoric.
An Amber Alert has been cancelled after police say a two-year-old boy was discovered safe in a Calgary home Thursday evening.
A warm weekend… then, dust off that parka!
Alberta's nurses have overwhelmingly ratified a new collective bargaining agreement, closing the book on what the union calls some of the most contentious and bruising negotiations in its history.
Brandon Saad scored twice and had an assist, Ville Husso made 28 saves to win his sixth consecutive start, and the St. Louis Blues cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Thursday night.
Star player Alphonso Davies didn't play for Canada in Thursday's game against Honduras, but he delivered incredible commentary on Twitch.
Firefighters in Nanaimo, B.C., quickly came to the rescue after this deer fell into a frozen lake on Jan. 25.
Astronomers are investigating after the discovery of mysterious object in space. Joy Malbon reports.
A University of Saskatchewan professor and her research on the aurora is being recognized internationally.
An Ontario farmer is attributing his recovery to the generosity of someone across the globe.
'Jeopardy!' champion Amy Schneider's dazzling streak is over, snapped Wednesday by a Chicago librarian after 40 consecutive wins and nearly US$1.4M in prize money.
The City of Ottawa will honour Canadian actor Ryan Reynold for his charitable work.
Television show Fraggle Rock returns after more than 30 years of being off the air. Bill Fortier reports.
Police are scheduled to hold a briefing at 11 a.m. ahead of a trucker convoy's arrival in downtown Ottawa. The convoy left Kingston just after 8:30 a.m. Friday.
Two dozen people are facing more than 300 charges combined in connection with an investigation into what police are calling a “prolific auto theft ring” in the Greater Toronto Area.
As tensions continue in the Russia-Ukraine standoff, and while global governments and intelligence services attempt to figure out what comes next, one expert says the current crisis won’t be a traditional war.
GoFundMe is releasing an initial $1 million in fundraising money to the organizers of the trucker convoy protesting vaccine mandates, after the website had temporarily frozen the funds earlier this week.
'Vaccines are not to punish people': Health Minister Duclos
Gas prices are expected to soar into record territory in Canada. John Vennavally-Rao reports.
As Russia bolsters its military, residents in Ukraine fear a possible invasion. Omar Sachedina reports from a city near the border.