Aboriginal women tend to be "underprotected and overpoliced," making it vital that the behaviour of police be examined in the upcoming inquiry on missing and murdered indigenous women, advocates said Monday.
As many Albertans have had close calls with emergencies, such as wildfires in recent weeks, and have had to evacuate their homes on a moment’s notice, the province is encouraging Albertans to prepare themselves.
Effective May 1, the Alberta government is providing partial coverage to assist with the cost of a specialized amino-acid based, hypoallergenic formula for infants unable to tolerate breast milk or regular formula.
Members of the Cranbrook/Kimberley RCMP detachment, search-and-rescue crews and a police dog have ended their search of an East Kootenay campground after a two-year-old boy was reunited with his family.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says her visit to Washington, D.C., this week was aimed at flipping the script on Alberta’s oilsands, which many Americans associate with the maligned Keystone XL pipeline rejected by President Barack Obama last year.
A Vancouver pot dispensary owner says he is keeping his doors open in defiance of an “unfair” appeals process for shops located close to schools and community centres, which are prohibited under the city’s strict buffer zone bylaws.
The average domestic airfare on major Canadian airlines remained at a six-year low in the third quarter of 2015, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada, although that might come as a surprise to travellers.