A year after participating in a working group for the province's new kindergarten through grade six curriculum, some of the teachers involved are blasting the process and the content of the document.
Alberta’s healthcare system still believes it is "not clear" what role aerosol transmission plays in the spread of the COVID-19 virus for distances greater than two metres.
A special weather statement has been issued by Environment Canada for much of Alberta, warning of the potential for freezing rain overnight Tuesday.
Alberta reported 240 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, but no new Omicron infections.
According to a study released Tuesday, a global energy transition could create 170,000 jobs in the cleantech sector in Alberta and add $61 billion to GDP by 2050.
Conversion therapy will soon be banned across Canada, after the Senate agreed to the expedited passage of Bill C-4 on Tuesday. After multiple attempts to pass legislation banning the harmful practice failed in recent years, the bill has now cleared both the House of Commons and Senate without changes, in just over a week. Once it receives royal assent, the bill will become law.
The lawyer for Lethbridge-West MLA Shannon Phillips is asking Alberta's Law Enforcement Review Board (LERB) to recommend a dismissal of an officer who photographed Phillips and didn't report the improper activity to a superior.
Nine people are facing a total of 73 charges following an 18-month investigation into what police are calling "a violent drug trafficking network operating in Calgary and throughout Western Canada."
Alaba Idowu travels to Nigeria every second month or so from Calgary because he runs a business there. Each time he travels he takes five COVID-19 tests that totals 25 in his last five trips. He's fully-vaccinated and hasn't tested positive once.
Military police have laid criminal charges against the Canadian Armed Forces' former head of human resources despite the Liberal government having said it would transfer the investigation and prosecution of sexual misconduct cases to civilian authorities.
Canada will soon crack down on COVID-19 mandates, forcing banks, telecommunications companies and all other federally regulated workspaces to ensure their employees are inoculated, Ottawa said on Tuesday.
Ontario is extending its pause indefinitely on moving to the next step of the reopening plan as COVID-19 cases continue to increase and new modelling data suggests hospital capacity could be strained over the coming months.
As Canada's two most populous provinces grapple with a surge in COVID-19 cases, concerns are swirling over whether new restrictions could be imposed before the holidays.
Virgin Radio's Jax Irwin explains why she thinks the Canadian star withdrew his nominations this year.
Drone video shows the houses and fields of a village in Indonesia which have been devastated by the eruptions of Mount Semeru.
Three-time cancer survivor Tymaz Bagbani beat the odds and now hopes to inspire others, sharing his near-death leukemia journey through his music.
Bob and Cheryl Vandal set off from Alberta to make authentic Canadian dishes in the U.K. CTV’s Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
Tributes were held for the 32nd anniversary of Montreal’s Polytechnique mass shooting. CTV’s Vanessa Lee reports.
Biographer Christopher Andersen examines fraught relationships and more in his new book, 'Brothers & Wives'.
Italian artists pay homage to Banksy with murals in Milan. CTV’s Paul Workman reports.