Monday at the Southern Alberta Ethnic Association, 19 Queen’s Platinum Jubilee medals were given to Lethbridge residents for donating time and resources to various charitable causes in the region.
The Lethbridge Police Service is celebrating another successful Charity Checkstop.
A Medicine Hat woman has been reunited with her dog and her car after both were stolen last week and recovered that same day in Saskatchewan.
Lethbridge is the scene of a growing collection of public art.
Members of a Hutterite colony in Standoff, Alta. braved the bitter cold and embraced their Christmas spirit on Friday to hand out food hampers to Blood Tribe members.
Trying to navigate finances can be difficult for newcomers to Lethbridge, but a new pilot project has been created to remove some of the barriers.
Alberta recorded a jobless rate of 5.8 per cent in November, up from 5.2 per cent in October.
Three people face charges following an early morning traffic stop in Medicine Hat in late November where officers seized weapons, drugs and cash.
Newly released court documents show the Alberta RCMP are still investigating multiple people in connection to the Coutts border blockade, including a suspected group of leaders issuing orders from elsewhere.
A Lethbridge man faces criminal charges after police seized drugs and cash during a vehicle search.
Lethbridge is teaming up with the Streets Alive Mission to provide a 24-hour comfort centre for vulnerable city residents over the winter months.
A Canada-wide Nanos Research poll found nearly 52 per cent of respondents in the Prairies supported Ottawa’s move to invoke the Emergencies Act following the Freedom Convoy to Parliament Hill.
Facing an intensive care unit operating close to – and sometimes above – capacity, Alberta Children's Hospital has been forced to redeploy 65 staff from a mix of units.
Alberta's UCP government wants to get rid of the province's so-called "squatter's rights."
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping says help is on the way to deal with strain on the province's two children's hospitals as they deal with a rise in respiratory illnesses.
Efforts are underway by the City of Calgary to increase safety along its transit lines.
A former running back with the Calgary Stampeders, who filmed a sexual encounter with a woman without her permission, won't be going to jail but will have a criminal record.
Calgary police closed a section of southbound Stoney Trail N.E. on Monday after a multi-vehicle crash involving a semi-truck.
Alberta's premier says she is OK with her caucus making changes to the sovereignty act bill she introduced last week, while the NDP argued it would be better to scrap it altogether.
A lawsuit filed by the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) is being dropped after the province agreed to stop terminating its compensation deals.
Canadian radio host Kat Callaghan speaks to CTV's Your Morning about being "Jessie," the text-to-speech voice on TikTok.
Actress Kirstie Alley has died after a brief battle with cancer, her children True and Lillie Parker announced on her social media.
The Canada Border Services Agency has re-opened two Nexus centers to help solve backlog issues.
A Toronto music lover who thrived in the company of others died alone at home following three visits to a local hospital due to severe abdominal pain, according to one of his closest friends.
A Loblaw executive is disputing an accusation that the grocery giant is taking advantage of inflation to drive up its own profits.
A Quebec civilian judge has acquitted Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin of sexual assault over an allegation that dates back to 1988. Judge Richard Meredith said he believes the complainant was sexually assaulted, but said the Crown did not establish beyond a reasonable doubt that it was Fortin who had assaulted her.