The magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic has created a demand for information like no one in our newsroom has experienced before.
As journalists we often come across a story, person, place or situation that leaves a lasting impression and we wish we could share more with our viewers than the 90 seconds television allows.
Postscript gives us a place to present those little extras and dig a little deeper into those stories that most interest Albertans.
We are pleased to share the more memorable moments from some of our most experienced reporters and anchors with our viewers...
"Don't tell mom or dad," was the message my sister sent me when she first told me that she and her partner of four years were getting married.
Thoughts and prayers may not be enough in the wake of mass shootings...but Chris Epp says they can’t hurt.
He coached the St. Francis Browns High School football team for nearly two decades, but perhaps some of the greatest lessons he taught were learned off the field. CTV’s Mark Villani looks back on the memory of mentor and friend, Sam Stambene…
Thousands of energy workers who have been laid off over the past few years are still struggling to find work in Alberta. Chris Epp profiles one local landman who is trying to get back on his feet.
Ian White shares his thoughts after visiting the Martin Luther King Jr. historic district in Atlanta, Georgia.
The tragic loss of so many young hockey players hits close to home for many in the hockey community.
Remembering decades of covering – and following – Gord Downie.
The Saddledome is the oldest barn. While the NHL and the city fight over who pays to replace it, Chris Epp tells us about the fans who've been benched while they wait for a decision…
Why the Wildrose and Progressive Conservatives urge to merge comes with a checkered past and uncertain future.
One year after covering the Fort McMurray wildfire, reporter Shaun Frenette and cameraman Richard Blais returned to the region, to see how people are faring.
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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre should not be opposing a dental benefit for children in low-income homes when MPs receive far broader coverage for their families.
Former Ottawa police chief Vern White is leaving the Senate, his office said Thursday.
Nearly a year after a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy was implemented for the Canadian Armed Forces, 299 members have been kicked out of the military because they refused to get vaccinated.
Drinking two to three cups a day of most types of coffee may protect you from cardiovascular disease and an early death, a new study found.
Shares of Biogen and other drugmakers researching Alzheimer's disease soared early Wednesday after Japan's Eisai Co. said its potential treatment appeared to slow the fatal disease in a late-stage study.
The anticipated COVID-19 bivalent booster shot that specifically targets the Omicron variant is now available across Canada.
The wreck of a ship that tried to warn the RMS Titanic of the iceberg that sank it on its maiden voyage has been found at the bottom of the Irish Sea.
A high-speed NASA spacecraft veered toward an asteroid on Monday – and rammed into the rock deliberately.
A sprawling disinformation network originating in Russia sought to use hundreds of fake social media accounts and dozens of sham news websites to spread Kremlin talking points about the invasion of Ukraine, Meta revealed Tuesday.
Canadian actor Robert Cormier has died at age 33 after a 'tragic accident,' his sister says.
Coolio, the rapper who was among hip-hop's biggest names of the 1990s with hits including 'Gangsta's Paradise' and 'Fantastic Voyage,' died Wednesday at age 59, his manager said.
This week, pop culture critic Richard Crouse reviews new movies: 'Bros,' 'The Greatest Beer Run Ever,' 'Smile' and 'Hocus Pocus 2.'
The Canadian economy grew slightly in July with the latest reading on real gross domestic product coming in higher than expected.
Canada's main stock index was down more than 200 points in late-morning trading in a broad-based decline, while U.S. stock markets also fell.
Gas prices jumped overnight in some cities across Canada by as much as almost 20 cents.
Millions of tonnes of edible food are being thrown away, a problem some organizations are trying to prevent through programs aimed at reclaiming food and giving it to Canadians at a lower cost.
High inflation and a strong U.S. dollar will weigh heavily on Canadian snowbirds this winter, experts say. As the cold months approach, Snowbird Advisor president Stephen Fine says some snowbirds are opting for a shorter travel period or eyeing different destinations.
Billionaire philanthropist MacKenzie Scott has filed for divorce from her second husband after less than two years of marriage. Scott, one of the world's richest people, married Seattle-based science teacher Dan Jewett last year after divorcing Amazon founder Jeff Bezos in 2019.
New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge tied the MLB American League record for most home runs in a single season Wednesday night during a game against the Toronto Blue Jays at Rogers Centre.
The 37-year-old Toronto restaurant owner came agonizingly close to catching the historic ball when Judge went deep in the seventh inning.
Fans going to the World Cup in Qatar must show a negative COVID-19 test when they arrive as part of the host nation's rules to combat COVID-19, organizers said Thursday.
The price of gas reached an all-time high of 239.9 cents per litre in Metro Vancouver on Thursday, and analysts expect it will climb even higher before the weekend.
A graduated driver's licence program in Alberta that has been in effect for the past 19 years is getting an overhaul.
All 50 states received final approval Tuesday to begin construction on a first nationwide network of EV charging stations that places one roughly every 80 kilometers along interstate highways, part of the Biden administration's plan to spur widespread adoption of zero-emission cars.