After 10 years of construction, the $850 million Grande Prairie Regional Hospital (GPHR) opened its doors to patients Saturday morning.
RCMP officers are warning the public in northern Alberta about several instances of individuals attempting to use fake cheques.
The Kings didn't capitalize on their recently completed seven-game homestand, so they'll attempt to turn things around Sunday evening on the road, facing the Oilers in Edmonton.
Graydon Gotaas scored his first goal with the Edmonton Oil Kings Saturday night, triggering a flood of teddy bears on the ice at Rogers Place.
Opposition MPs are getting ready to review the Liberals' latest package of pandemic aid and grill Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland about myriad economic issues.
A 24-year-old man was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a man in northeast Edmonton.
After expanding its travel ban to include 10 countries in southern Africa, the Canadian government has introduced a temporary exception for travellers who provide a negative PCR test within 48 hours of departing.
Drones delivering commercial packages will soon be taking off from the Edmonton International Airport, following a successful flight Friday.
A survey shows more than half of Edmontonians do not want to see a tax increase or would prefer a decrease.
Workers at the Cargill beef-processing plant in High River, Alta. approved a new contract with 71 per cent support, avoiding a strike or lockout.
The Canadian military says it has discovered cracks in the tails of 19 of its 23 Cyclone maritime helicopters.
Former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations Phil Fontaine says he is keeping hope to his heart as he prepares to make a second trip to the Vatican to ask a pope to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools.
Friday was the third straight day the number of new cases has declined after being in the 200s the three days before.
A little more than a week after COVID-19 vaccine bookings opened for Alberta kids aged 5-11, more than 40,000 had received their first dose by Friday.
Salvation Army volunteers collected toy donations Saturday to help families in need have a jolly Christmas.
The Alberta government extended its freeze on new photo radar devices on Wednesday and announced new restrictions around the controversial enforcement practice.
A bank in rural Alberta is caved in after thieves crashed into the storefront Sunday morning.
Surveillance footage outside a family's home in west Edmonton captured a unique coyote visit last week.
An Edmonton shoe shop is estimating a loss of about $30,000 after a robbery late last week.
Two men are facing charges after fentanyl and meth were sold in pizza boxes out of a central Edmonton restaurant, police said on Friday.
Though it took a little more than a month to find a style of play that would lead to success, the expansion Seattle Kraken are now rolling.
The Kraken won't have an easy task against the Western Conference-leading Oilers, who have won three in a row and feature the league's top two point-producers in Leon Draisaitl (41) and Connor McDavid (40).
Down four defencemen and outshot and outplayed for the bulk of the game, the Edmonton Oilers were still able to earn a big win over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Dramatic video shows a loose barge being carried by floodwaters into the Vancouver shoreline during Monday's storm.
Canadians are scrambling to get flights back home after Ottawa announced enhanced travel restrictions because of a new COVID-19 variant.
An Abbotsford, B.C. employment company is set to fill 400 jobs for the city’s recovery effort. CTV’s Penny Daflos reports.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford takes questions on the minimum wage hike and efforts to make housing more affordable in the province.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Video from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution shows the rough weather a lifeboat had to go through amid Storm Arwen in the U.K.
The former CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the many factors contributing to Canada's increasingly hot housing market, while notable, aren't cumulating in a housing bubble.
Canada's tight labour market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
Bob Dole, who overcame disabling war wounds to become a sharp-tongued U.S. Senate leader from Kansas, a Republican presidential candidate and then a symbol and celebrant of his dwindling generation of Second World War veterans, has died. He was 98.
Before the legalization of cannabis, some who were opposed to the concept suggested that it could lead to more impaired driving, particularly among youth. That worry was unwarranted, according to a new study that found that legalization has not been associated with changes in traffic injuries in Canada.
A kilt-wearing Scotsman and his dog have completed an 8,000-kilometre fundraising walk across Canada.
A U.S. congressman on Saturday posted a Christmas picture of himself and what appeared to be his family, smiling and posing with an assortment of guns, just days after four teenagers were killed in a shooting at a Michigan high school.
Small businesses across Canada are feeling the crunch of a tight labour market and supply chain challenges.
According to a report on traveller trends from Expedia, in 2022, around two-thirds of Canadians are planning a 'no regrets' type of adventure for their next trip.
A group of veterinarians working with a local charity are making sure some low-income Calgarians have the care they need for their pets.
Kaillie Humphries completed a perfect weekend Sunday, teaming with Kaysha Love to win a World Cup women's bobsled race. Canada's Christine de Bruin and Kristen Bujnowski took the bronze.
Fans tossed thousands of stuffed toys onto the ice in the second period of the Hitmen game for the annual Teddy Bear Toss Saturday.
Metis elders in Saskatoon will now have a place to call home.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team came up short in the Vanier Cup falling 27-21 to the University of Western Ontario Mustangs on Saturday.
As thousands of Saskatchewan kids receive their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, many parents are eager to book the second appointment.
Saskatchewan reported 70 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday with no additional deaths.
With a 108th Grey Cup berth in the Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-5) sights the only team left standing in their way are the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (11-3).
N.B. reported 118 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, along with 87 recoveries, bringing the total number of active cases in the province to 752.
A Halifax-area school will be closed this week due to COVID-19.
P.E.I. reported five new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday.
A tiny sliver of vacant land in Toronto that less than 30 centimetres wide has hit the market for $50,000 and already has three offers.
The OLG has revealed where in Ontario the winning ticket for Saturday's $8.8 million Lotto 6/49 jackpot was purchased.
An Ontario man says he has been fighting to get back $19,000 for months after making a 'simple mistake' while trying to transfer money between two of his bank accounts.
Quebec reported 1,256 new COVID-19 cases Sunday as public health authorities monitor 819 active outbreaks within the province.
A group marched in Cote-des-Neiges-NDG Saturday to honor Jannai Dopwell-Bailey, a 16-year-old who was fatally stabbed last month.
The funds will be distributed to several projects, including $11.3 million over five years to the Prevention of delinquency through sport, arts, and culture (PDSAC) program. Another $20.2 million will go to a new program, over four years, for “community ‘travail de rue’ organizations in crime prevention,” according to a press release.
COVID-19 cases in Ontario have hit their highest level since May with nearly 1,200 new infections reported on Sunday.
A residential fire in Cambridge has left several people looking for a place to stay.
Police are looking for two suspects involved in a Saturday evening robbery in Cambridge.