An Alberta mother is recounting her experience arriving at a packed children's hospital when her young daughter was in dire need of help.
Food prices in Canada will continue to escalate in the new year, with grocery costs forecast to rise up to seven per cent in 2023, new research predicts.
Colder and snowier for the next two days in Calgary, then a reprieve.
Al Monaco may be the outgoing CEO of Canada's largest energy company, but don't ask him to predict the price of oil a decade from now — or even next year.
It included seven years of development, but the outdoor refrigerated ice rink at University District’s Central Common Park is officially open.
AltaGas Ltd. is raising its dividend by six per cent.
A Medicine Hat woman has been reunited with her dog and her car after both were stolen last week and recovered that same day in Saskatchewan.
The Calgary Board of Education said Monday that more than 10,000 of its students were out of class with some sort of illness.
Just days after introducing her first bill as Alberta’s premier, Danielle Smith says she is prepared to make changes after widespread criticism that the legislation grants unchecked power.
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price has taken a stance against Ottawa's controversial Bill C-21, which would refine the definition of prohibited assault-style firearms -- drawing the ire of Canadian hunters who say the definition would outlaw weapons used within their practice. Meanwhile, the Liberals have repeatedly stated their intention is not to go after hunters but to restrict certain firearms designed for the 'battlefield.'
Canadian doctors say they have cured a patient with a severe and disabling disorder with a parathyroid transplant from a deceased donor. Dawn Ethier, a mother of four and police officer in Ottawa, is the first in North America and one of perhaps two in the world given new parathyroid glands that have eliminated her debilitating symptoms.
Ontario education support workers have voted to accept a new deal with the provincial government, putting an end to a long and contentious negotiation process.
As the inquiry into the federal government's decision to use the Emergencies Act during the 'Freedom Convoy' protests nears the finish line, a new survey has found that two in three Canadians say they support, at least to some degree, the invocation of the Act.
Union leaders called for an end to attack on workers as they celebrated the Ontario court's decision to strike down Bill 124.
Canadian radio host Kat Callaghan speaks to CTV's Your Morning about being "Jessie," the text-to-speech voice on TikTok.