The city of Lethbridge will be introducing a number of new initiatives, including drive-through voting, in an effort to increase voter turnout in the October municipal election.
An environmental review panel into a proposal for an open-pit coal mine in Alberta's Rocky Mountains is advising the federal government that the Grassy Mountain mine is not in the public interest.
The Blood tribe announced that it's relaxing some pandemic-related restrictions that have been in place since mid-January.
The Livingstone Landowners Group says it hopes the Alberta government and provinces Coal Consultation Committee will heed the findings of a new report that recommends coal mining in the headwaters of the Oldman River not proceed.
For those who enjoy watching the Summer Olympics, it’s felt like a long wait for the games, but for those who actually compete, the wait has felt like an eternity.
Lethbridge Police Chief Shahin Mehdizadeh held an 80-minute virtual town hall on Tuesday night to outline plans for the department going forward.
Scorching weather wasn't enough to deter more than 100 people from attending vigil at Lethbridge Islamic Centre.
June is International Pride Month and it's hard not to notice with all the rainbow flags waving in Lethbridge.
Zoey Black Plume's idea came when she realized that water fountains were not running due to the pandemic and she was worried about what that meant for the homeless community and wanted to do her part to help.
The City of Lethbridge is once again calling on a herd of goats to help clean up Alexander Wilderness Park and Indian Battle Park this summer.
Alberta currently has 2,170 active cases of COVID-19 after the province reported 127 new cases on Saturday.
A dog with the Calgary police canine unit bit an “innocent bystander” while chasing five suspects believed to be connected a liquor store robbery, according to CPS.
Almost two hundred people lobbied for the release of a local pastor outside of the Calgary Remand Centre on Saturday.
Parents of kids too young to be vaccinated are expressing concern as the province prepares to lift restrictions on July 1.
Back in 2003, Bill Taylor saw a similar chess set while travelling in Austria and decided to bring jumbo chess to the hat for everyone to enjoy.
Saturday marked the 156th anniversary of the end of slavery in the U.S. as Calgarians gathered to appreciate and reflect on the time racial reckoning.
Multiple emergency teams, including the STARS Air Ambulance, were sent to a crash scene in the westbound lanes of the Trans-Canada Highway Saturday morning.
Another LOTTO MAX draw has come and gone this week, but the $70 million grand prize has yet to be claimed.
In order to promote human and wildlife safety, Parks Canada has blocked off six kilometres of Highway 1 in Yoho National Park.
One dedicated father isn't letting his ALS diagnosis stop him from the perfect father-daughter dance at his daughter's wedding.
Tom Walters retraces the long road to commemorate Black freedom on June 19 in the U.S. and the work that remains unfinished.
The Atlantic's Rachel Gutman found an apple that had been left behind in her office before the pandemic started, so she ate it.
The Toronto Zoo opened to the public on Saturday for the first time in 200 days.
Former beauty queen Ashley Callingbull discusses breaking barriers as the first Canadian and Indigenous woman to win Mrs. Universe.
A small celebration was held in a Montreal care home for Cecile Klein's 114th birthday, the oldest living Canadian.
An 80-year-old man has developed a strong friendship with an unlikely companion.
A decade after releasing 'Friday,' Rebecca Black is back and working on new music, here's the latest message she hopes to spread.
It's going to be a very happy Father's Day this weekend for a Yukon couple who flew to Vancouver for the birth of their new baby boy.
An American congressman says he has proposed to the White House to unilaterally reopen the border to Canadians as Ottawa announced another month extension of the restrictions that prohibit non-essential travel.
A 'brazen' shooting at a child's birthday party in Rexdale Saturday evening left a man and three children, including a one-year-old boy, injured, Toronto police say.
Canada has hit a major milestone with 20 per cent of the eligible population now fully vaccinated, a target government officials have said was needed before the country could proceed with the easing of COVID-19 health restrictions.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are marking Father's Day by sharing family photos including some of Prince Phillip and Prince Charles on social media, including one featuring their three children that was previously unseen.
A convoy of trucks travelled through downtown Ottawa Sunday as a show of support for Indigenous peoples and to honour the 215 children whose remains were found at the former Kamloops, B.C. residential school.