A Lethbridge man alleges he was fired after raising concerns about workplace safety with his former employer.
An independent, government-ordered report on the feasibility of a provincial police force suggests a long transition period and a hefty price tag.
A 32-year-old Medicine Hat man has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a Brooks man who was found deceased in early 2020.
One person is dead following a Tuesday morning crash east of Lethbridge and RCMP suspect wintry weather played a role.
The City of Lethbridge is asking residents for feedback on the ways Indigenous people are represented through its evolving placemaking strategy.
An online petition asking the University of Lethbridge to make a formal decision on whether classes will be in person or online has garnished over 1,300 signatures since Friday.
A 32-year-old man from Medicine Hat has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a Brooks man who was found dead in early 2020.
Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that relates to a change of season. Common symptoms include feeling down and out, or lacking energy.
Lethbridge police say charges have been laid against a 41-year-old woman in connection with the theft of $12,000 in cash left inside a vehicle this week.
Code red has become the new norm for Alberta EMS paramedics in some southern Alberta communities.
The University of Calgary will be extending online classes until Feb. 19, with no return to in-person learning until after reading week.
"We're being asked, 'when do all of these restrictions and measures come to an end,'" Kenney said Thursday.
The Town of Banff is asking the province to increase the number of doses available for Bow Valley residents and to help with more delivery options.
Alberta will create new pandemic response units in Edmonton and Calgary as it augments intensive and non-intensive care beds for an expected hospitalization peak later this month.
A black lab got loose from her dog walker in Baker Park Thursday and gave everyone a scare when she ran out onto the ice on the Bow River.
A former employee and customer of the Red Deer restaurant that made international headlines for taking dog photos as proof of vaccination claim the restaurant has always been relaxed when it comes to COVID-19 mandates.
The association that represents Alberta police chiefs says it's too soon to decriminalize illicit drugs.
Fire crews and other first responders are on scene in northwest Calgary after a power line was hit Thursday afternoon.
When a Calgary scientist examining fossils in Canada's Burgess Shale region noticed that previous researchers had only just scratched the surface of the evolutionary record, he decided acid was a better bet.
It’s been a week since the Canadian government claims it made a mistake when it said it would allow an exemption for Canadian truck drivers on its vaccine mandate plan.
A 19-year-old pilot set a world record as the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.
'Jeopardy!' contestants failed to answer a clue about Prince Edward Island potatoes.
A rare pristine coral reef seemingly untouched by climate change has been discovered off the coast of Tahiti.
An eastern Ontario man is overjoyed his beloved dog, Snickers, is safe and sound after being missing for three weeks, battling the elements, predators, and even illness.
A viral video of an exhausted Toronto kid out with his snow shovel has struck a chord with many. Scott Lightfoot reports.
A Florida man has been charged with human smuggling after the bodies of four people, including a baby, were found in Manitoba near the Canada-U.S. border.
Russia's Ambassador to Canada Oleg Stepanov says the threat of Western sanctions in response to a military buildup along the Ukraine border carries no weight.
CTV National News London Bureau Chief Paul Workman reports for CTVNews.ca on a girls' school in Afghanistan that has grown silent with the rise of the Taliban.
Ontario announced it will allow indoor dining and gyms to reopen and will increase gathering limits on Jan. 31 as part of a three-step plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in the province.
A doctor who says he faced a barrage of hate and racism after being accused of breaking COVID-19 rules in New Brunswick in 2020 is suing the provincial government, the RCMP and Facebook's owner, Meta.