The Highway 3 Twinning Development Association has been advocating for the twinning of the major southern Alberta route for the last 20 years and now shovels are slated to hit the ground on another section of road in the spring.
The ostrich round-up is still ongoing in Taber, Alta., but the community is using a bit of humour over the situation to rustle up a bit of scratch for the local food bank.
The government of Alberta will provide additional support to Albertans dealing with mental health and addictions issues. The province will double its original $7.5-million investment to $15 million over the next three years.
University of Lethbridge Pronghorn swimmers will make a splash this weekend, with their sights set on a championship title.
Lethbridge police say they seized drugs, weapons, cash and stolen property from a home where a child was living.
It was a strange situation in one southern Alberta community on Thursday where police were called to help wrangle some runaway ostriches.
Canada's national soccer team made its return to the FIFA World Cup on Wednesday after their last and only appearance in 1986.
With the snowy fall and chilly November, staff at Castle Mountain Resort are gearing up for an early opening this weekend.
An investigation into a break-in at a business in a southern Alberta town led to the arrest of two people and the recovery of a significant haul of stolen goods.
RCMP in Pincher Creek, Alta. are warning the public after someone seemingly listed several residential properties for rent that they don't own and aren't for rent at all.
Key stakeholders in the Lethbridge area will try to tackle the region's health and social challenges.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is defending new rules ordering schools to provide in-person learning during the current wave of viral illnesses, saying a clear, measured response is crucial for students and parents.
Police are warning owners of high-end Ram pickup trucks to be aware after a series of thefts of the trucks since early November.
The Hitmen kicked off a busy weekend with a defeat Friday, dropping a 5-2 decision to the Prince Albert in the first game of a three-game weekend for the team.
Worker paycheques in the province that once led the country in wage growth have flatlined, but experts say the double whammy of inflation and labour shortages mean Alberta businesses are poised to face a reckoning on wages soon.
A man who killed a woman and her young daughter before burying them in a shallow grave near Calgary is appealing his sentence and conviction on a charge of second-degree murder.
An investigation into the fatal shooting of a driver by a Calgary officer on Christmas Day 2018 has found serious breaches of policy made during the response, but the officer's actions were ultimately justified.
Heavy rainfall triggered landslides early Saturday on the southern Italian island of Ischia that collapsed buildings and left as many as 12 people missing.
A Calgary animal rescue society is turning to the public for financial support to care for a large amount of felines that have found their way into its shelters.
After a week of deliberations, Calgary council has approved its budget for the next four years.
Ontario photographer Cody Evans has gained national attention for capturing a photograph of a wave that many viewers think has a face.
After six weeks, more than 70 witnesses, and the submission of more than 7,000 documents into evidence, the public hearing portion of the Public Order Emergency Commission wrapped up on Friday.
Canada had just lost its first World Cup match in 36 years, outplaying Belgium for much of a 1-0 defeat, and an emotional John Herdman revealed in the on-field interview what he had just told his players during a postgame huddle.
Health Canada has issued a recall for an educational children's toy, which may contain above-legal amounts of lead.
Lionel Messi’s Argentina face a crucial encounter against Mexico after Kylian Mbappe’s France battle Christian Eriksen’s Denmark. Australia and Poland both stayed alive in the competition with wins.
Ukrainian authorities endeavored Saturday to restore electricity and water services after recent pummeling by Russian military strikes that vastly damaged infrastructure, with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy saying millions have seen their power restored since blackouts swept the war-battered country days earlier.
Team Canada is in need of at least a draw against 12th-ranked Croatia to keep its World Cup hopes alive. Heather Wright reports.