Opening ceremonies outside Lethbridge's civic centre on Monday officially began a week of events based upon truth and reconciliation in the southern Alberta city.
RCMP say a shelter in place advisory issued for the southern Alberta hamlet of Champion has been lifted.
The sun is setting on the summer tourism season in Lethbridge, and stakeholders are now turning their attention ahead to winter.
The Lethbridge Hurricanes kick off the 2023-24 regular season on Friday with a game against the Swift Current Broncos.
People in the area around the Lethbridge Fish and Game Range may hear guns going off Thursday night but the Lethbridge police have an explanation for that.
Post-secondary students have been in the classroom for two weeks and this year has already brought with it more stress than others.
The Lethbridge police want to hear from a person who misplaced a lot of cash.
A new $19-million addictions recovery facility has opened in Lethbridge.
Hundreds of people gathered outside Lethbridge city hall on Wednesday morning, chanting and holding signs, arguing for or against the teaching of sexual orientation and gender identity in schools.
After five years of planning since the idea was first pitched by the Lethbridge Pickleball Club, six new tournament quality pickleball courts were opened to the public.
Some farmers in southern Alberta are expressing discontent with this year's harvest after a hot and dry growing season.
Calgary police have released the name of a man killed in the community of Pineridge over the weekend.
Calgary police have charged three men and one teen in connection to a violent abduction in the community of Acadia earlier this month.
The Town of Banff is hoping a new affordable housing strategy can make a dent in the community's housing crisis.
The Canada Energy Regulator has approved Trans Mountain Corp.'s application to modify the pipeline's route, a decision that could spare the government-owned pipeline project from an additional nine-month delay.
An Alberta court justice has approved a partial settlement in a class-action lawsuit involving decades-long sexual abuse within The Young Canadians at the Calgary Stampede by an adult supervisor.
Calgary police are investigating the death of a man found suffering from 'suspicious' injuries early Monday.
At least two members of the group that recommended a pause on coal mining in Alberta's Rocky Mountains are concerned the province's regulator appears to have accepted applications to renew an already twice-denied project, in seeming contradiction of government policy.
Alberta is adding an extra $12.4 million this year to create more apprenticeship seats to meet surging demand.
Alberta's Opposition is launching its own survey on whether the province should leave the Canada Pension Plan, saying the government questionnaire is a "sham" and a "unicorn."
Tensions flared in the Commons on Monday over opposition calls for House Speaker Anthony Rota to resign after apologizing to Parliament for inviting, recognizing and leading the chamber in a standing ovation for a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War.
Police have launched an investigation into a poster inviting "proud parents of European children" to participate in racially segregated playtime in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.
The Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) is investigating an ‘inappropriate and unapproved’ call sign that was transmitted electronically from one of its aircraft on Monday.
Polish ambassador to Canada says House Speaker Anthony Rota's apology doesn’t go far enough after a Nazi veteran was honoured in the House of Commons last Friday.
The field for the second Republican presidential debate will be smaller than the first.