It's been to Niagara Falls, the Kentucky Derby, tossed off a balcony and guest starred on Howard Stern. It's even been to Innisfail. But Tuesday around 6 p.m., the Cup had a truly Calgarian experience when it floated down the Bow River.
When COVID-19 restrictions lifted in Alberta, the owner of Kaffeeklatsch decided to find a way to improve ventilation.
Animal rescue groups that find Calgary foster placements and forever homes for dogs from international countries say a new federal ban importing dogs from a list of countries as a control measure against rabies unfairly hurts groups trying to help dogs.
If you’ve been noticing walkways, parks and other public spaces in Calgary that seem a bit less maintained than previous years this summer, you’re not imagining things.
Tradition dictates the players and staff of the Stanley Cup champions each get to spend a day with the Stanley Cup.
Police are investigating after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon in downtown Calgary.
Airdrie RCMP and Airdrie Fire are at a scene of a fire in the community of Hillcrest, located in southwest Airdrie.
Students are split into two classrooms at the University of Calgary where one group is learning how to code and the second is building robots from Lego kits.
The Calgary Police is asking for public assistance in looking for a young woman wanted in connection to a July shooting.
An Amber Alert issued on Monday for two Saskatchewan children has been extended into South Dakota. Saskatchewan RCMP say evidence uncovered during their investigation suggests the children may be in the U.S. state.
A Saskatoon mother made an apparent 'checklist' while planning to vanish with her son, according to court documents
The man who claims to be one of the people seen 'surfing' on the roof of a moving subway train in Toronto is speaking exclusively to CTV News about his stunts and the looming threat of a police arrest.
The FBI's unprecedented search of former president Donald Trump's Florida residence ricocheted around government, politics and a polarized country Tuesday along with questions as to why the Justice Department – notably cautious under Attorney General Merrick Garland – decided to take such a drastic step.
An Ontario nurse is facing charges in connection with the alleged assault of a two-year-old boy with “significant medical limitations” in Niagara Region.
The FBI’s extraordinary raid of Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago home still leaves many questions; a train surfer’s message to Toronto police.
Adrian Ghobrial has an exclusive interview with a young man whose train surfing has caught the eye of Toronto police.