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.
People were shocked and devastated when the news of Betty White’s passing broke out just days before her 100th birthday.
After reports that the federal government was no longer making it mandatory for Canadian truckers to show proof of vaccination to enter the U.S., the feds are now saying they are not backing down on mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations for Canadian truckers.
As COVID-19 cases continue to climb, doctors and other Lethbridge residents are asking those who haven't vaccinated their children to do so to help protect them and everyone else.
A natural avalanche, capable of destroying a rail car, struck near Waterton, Alta. last weekend, officials say, prompting an elevated risk of slides in the area.
The $70 million venue is, according to Lethbridge & District Exhibition officials, the largest development project in Lethbridge’s history
Premier Jason Kenney has asked Alberta's justice minister to "step back" from his ministerial duties until an independent review into his conduct following a distracted-driving ticket he received in 2021 is completed.
Over the weekend, Alberta's COVID-19 hospitalizations increased to 1,007, the highest count since mid-October.
Drivers in Calgary should expect to face icy conditions throughout the city following overnight snow.
A new report released Monday suggests Albertans are concerned about debt.
Alberta reported 23 COVID-19 deaths since Friday, including that of a child in the 5-9 age group with no pre-existing conditions. A total of 3,403 Albertans have died due to COVID-19.
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now isolating.
The Rothney Astrophysical Observatory west of Calgary is celebrating 50 years in operation.
Calgary police are looking to speak with a man who was at a Beltline bar last month when it's suspected two women had their drinks spiked.
A 20-year-old Airdrie man has been charged with second-degree murder after a 48-year-old Airdrie woman was found dead in a home last week.
A rare reflection of light is believed to be the cause of an iceberg seemingly appearing off the coast of Vancouver Island.
Ontario and Quebec students were supposed to return to in-person classes but the storm thwarted those plans. John Vennavally-Rao reports.
In 1999, Toronto was buried in snow after a series of storms, forcing the mayor to call in the army.
A man is giving back to the people who saved him by driving healthcare staff members to work. Adam Sawatsky has the details.
A doctor's skills were put to the test when she was called to help deliver a baby on a flight across Africa.
York University prof. Elizabeth Clare discusses a new study where certain animal species can be detected only through airborne DNA.
A snowstorm that closed schools in parts of southern Ontario and Quebec on Monday will keep many of them dark for another day, while some parts of the Prairies that were already hit with freezing rain are now contending with plunging temperatures and snow.
A small group of Canadian special forces has been deployed to Ukraine, a country on the brink of an armed conflict with Russia, CTV News has confirmed.
Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer fight to keep the names of eight 'John Does' secret and will leave it to the court to decide whether the names should be unsealed, according to a Jan. 12 letter to federal Judge Loretta Preska of the Southern District of New York.
Anders Behring Breivik, the right-wing extremist who killed 77 people in massacres in Norway in 2011, appeared before a parole hearing Tuesday, seemingly more focused on spreading white supremacist propaganda than gaining an improbable early release from prison.
Chinese officials have alleged that Beijing's first case of the Omicron variant may have travelled to the city through a piece of mail from Canada, but experts tell CTV News that the claim doesn't add up.
Chinese officials claim the Omicron infection was caused by overseas mail, but experts dispute the idea. Glen McGregor reports.