On Monday, Edmonton city council will hear a motion that could be the city’s first step toward decriminalizing minor drug offences.
Anticipated high patient volumes due to Omicron case surges prompted a new ward in the Stollery Children's Hospital to become an adult emergency outflow centre temporarily.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis (MS) research.
Some cheerleaders and parents from two Edmonton Public Schools are frustrated with the district after they were not allowed to attend a competition in person this weekend.
Two people face multiple charges in connection to an armed robbery of a business in Morinville, Alta.
Animal lovers and pet owners have a chance to learn about and shop for their furry or feathered creatures this weekend.
A 52-year-old man died in a single-vehicle car accident near Nanton, Alta., Saturday evening.
It had been more than a month since the Edmonton Oilers landed in the win column.
A new exhibit focused on the history of racism in our province is now open at the Art Gallery of Alberta.
Starting Monday, Alberta Health Services is opening a number of spaces at two hospitals, one in Calgary and one in Edmonton, to help handle a suspected surge of cases from the Omicron wave of COVID-19.
Canada's athletes head to Beijing's Winter Games amid troubling tensions between their country and host China.
Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly has an 'open invitation' to visit Moscow to meet with Russian officials, an offer first extended in December, says Ambassador to Canada Oleg Stepanov.
Russia's Foreign Ministry on Sunday rejected a British claim that the Kremlin is seeking to replace Ukraine's government with a pro-Moscow administration, and that former Ukrainian lawmaker Yevheniy Murayev is a potential candidate.
Humans do a poor job of evaluating climate risk and taking preventative care to avoid the worst, and we are literally paying the price.
The "Unnecessary Censorship" on Jimmy Kimmel Live! featured Ziyah introducing a story.
With fluctuating warm then cold temperatures, homeowners around the city have been hearing loud banging and cracking from their walls and attics.
The leader of Edmonton's police association joined a growing list of people Wednesday who are calling for Kaycee Madu to step down permanently as Alberta's minister of justice and solicitor general.
A Red Deer, Alta., restaurant was ordered to close after an investigation found staff were not asking for proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative test and instead accepting dog photos from customers to dine inside, Alberta Health Services said.
Capilano Mall in east Edmonton has seen a lot of changes over the last half century, but one of the reasons for coming in has remained constant: retail worker Donna Batiuk.
It had been more than a month since the Edmonton Oilers landed in the win column.
“Instead of feeling sorry for yourself you have to play. Get out there and do things right. Continue to do them and hope it turns around,” said Oilers head coach Dave Tippett.
Sergei Bobrovsky made 40 saves for his first shutout of the season as the Florida Panthers defeated the ice-cold Edmonton Oilers 6-0 on Thursday.
The Edmonton Elks signed Canadian receiver Tevaun Smith and Mike Jones to one-year extensions Thursday.
The Edmonton Oilers are set to have a very busy mid-February, with the team rescheduled for eight games in just 12 days.
The U.S. is sending a warning to Russia over plans to invade Ukraine; plus, hundreds of truckers are heading to a protest in Ottawa.
Testing vaccinated travellers on arrival is unlikely to stop the spread of variants like Omicron, one expert says.
Citizen Lab research associate Jeffrey Knockel discusses the 'MY2022' app's security vulnerabilities and what data is being left exposed.
Mexican officials confirm two Canadians are dead and another is in hospital after a shooting at a resort in Playa del Carmen.
NATO said Monday that it's putting extra forces on standby and sending more ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe as Russia continues its troop build-up near Ukraine.
While Canadian authorities have yet to confirm the identities of the three Canadians shot at a resort near Playa de Carmen, Mexico, reports from Mexican media indicate that at least one Canadian killed was allegedly linked to an international criminal organization.
A man pleaded guilty Monday to abducting 4-year-old Cleo Smith from her family's camping tent on Australia's west coast last year.
A Florida man is set to appear in U.S. court today, charged with sneaking migrants across the Canada-U.S. border in a perilous human-smuggling scheme that cost the lives of four people, including an infant.
The senior military officer once tasked with overseeing Canada's COVID-19 vaccination drive will be in a Quebec courtroom today to face allegations of sexual misconduct.
Britain's High Court is set to rule Monday on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can take his fight against U.S. extradition to the U.K. Supreme Court.
Pandemic home-based quarantines effectively put women under heightened levels of control from abusive partners, advocates say.
Following the alleged abduction of several female Afghan protestors from their homes a few days ago, the United Nations is urging the Taliban to provide information on their whereabouts.
A convoy, made up of many truck drivers who say they've had enough of the restrictions imposed on their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic, is set to hit the road this week.
A man was sent to hospital Sunday after being shot several times while he was in the hallway of an apartment building, according to Calgary police.
A fire broke out at a mushroom farm north of Calgary Sunday afternoon, but police say everyone is safe.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared their condolences to mark the six year anniversary of the La Loche shooting that killed four people and injured seven others on Jan. 22, 2016.
A new requirement for all non-Americans entering the United States at a land border to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 has come into effect.
Saskatchewan has broken its daily new case record for the fifth time this month, with 1,629 new cases reported Sunday. The previous record was set Jan. 22, with 1,483 new daily cases.
A figure skater from Dubuc, Sask. and his partner are back from the Bavarian Open Figure Skating competition in Germany after placing second in junior pairs with their long program.
A week after in-person learning resumed in Nova Scotia, teachers are being told that in addition to in-class learning, they must also provide lessons for students who choose to stay home during the latest spike in COVID-19 cases.
With two fires caused by propane heaters inside tents last week, Fredericton's homeless encampments are being dismantled for the winter.
There were several protests against COVID-19 restrictions in the Maritimes on Sunday, including a significant convoy at the New Brunswick and Nova Scotia border.
Hospitalizations related to COVID-19 in Ontario dropped to 3,797 while ICU admissions reached 604 on Sunday.
Three suspects have been arrested after a stabbing in a mall in North York Sunday afternoon that left two teenagers injured.
Health officials in Toronto have confirmed the COVID-19-related death of a person under the age of 19.
New Jersey Devils defenceman P.K. Subban did not mince words on social media calling out Jacksonville Icemen defenceman Jacob Panetta of the East Coast Hockey League after an apparent racist gesture made against P.K.'s brother Jordan Subban of the South Carolina Stingrays.
Businesses in Quebec are reopening on Sundays, after being forced to close their doors on Jan. 2, 9 and 16. On Monday, vaccine passports will be required at big box stores.
Quebec will announce its plan to give unvaccinated Quebecers their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Monday afternoon.
Students from the Wellington Catholic District School Board received masks that were too big ahead of the return to in-person learning, according to the board.
One person is dead after a residential fire in Simcoe late Saturday evening.
Emergency crews are responding to a 10-vehicle collision on Highway 400 in Innisfil.