A person died Sunday while waiting for a bed inside the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre, a spokesperson with Alberta Health Services confirmed Tuesday.
RCMP forensic artist Cpl. Jean Nault created the facial reconstruction in hopes that someone may come forward with information that can help identify the man.
Edmonton police are looking for witnesses to a hit-and-run on Jan. 14 in the Oliver neighbourhood.
The Albertan responsible for building Asia's largest sports media property is coming home to lead the Edmonton Elks.
The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF) will pledge its net proceeds from the upcoming 50/50 raffle to help support frontline health-care workers in Alberta.
A newly completed solar installation in Calmar, Alta., is ready to power the local arena.
Alberta continues to have the lowest COVID-19 vaccination rates for children in the country, despite the surge of Omicron variant cases.
The MP for Calgary Skyview says he received a $500 penalty from Elections Canada following an investigation into the removal of an opponent's pamphlet from outside a constituent's home.
An Edmonton man sleeping in an igloo he built to raise money for multiple sclerosis (MS) research has surpassed his $10,000 goal.
While food supply issues have been an ongoing challenge for many Alberta grocery stores, the issue gained exposure when the premier shared photos of empty shelves.
The one-day cooldown in Edmonton is over and we'll be back above zero this afternoon.
A new non-profit organization is working to get economic benefits for Indigenous communities located along the Trans Mountain pipeline and extension (TMX).
A helicopter crashed east of Camrose Sunday morning with four people on board.
A few experts break down the concept of 'super immunity,' and the impact that a breakthrough infection has on the body’s immune response, on CTVNews.ca.
A local south Edmonton meat store had thousands of dollars worth of wild game stolen on Sunday.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis (MS) research.
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.
Last time Draisaitl talked with the media earlier this week, a reporter called him 'pissy' for being short with him. However on Saturday, hours before the season's second Battle of Alberta, the German star was more enthusiastic in his answers and hopeful the team would turn it around.
B.C. Lions quarterback Michael Reilly has announced his retirement after 11 seasons and two Grey Cup titles.
The Edmonton Elks signed running back James Wilder Jr. to a one-year contract extension on Monday.
Watch LIVE updates from cities and provinces across Canada on the fight against COVID-19.
A microphone picked up U.S. President Joe Biden's response after a Fox News reporter asked if inflation is a 'political liability.'
A New Jersey toddler accidentally purchased everything in his mom's online Walmart cart.
Durham Regional Police Service is looking into a video posted to social media appearing to have been made by an officer while on the job.
A 70-year-old woman trapped underneath an SUV was freed by Delaware police officers.
A British Columbia First Nation has announced the grim discovery of 93 potential burial sites on the grounds of a former residential school.
More than 1,800 confirmed or suspected unmarked graves have been identified so far at former residential school sites in Canada, much of them discovered this year.
A prosecutor in Mexico said Tuesday the killing of two Canadians at a Caribbean coast resort last week was motivated by debts between international gangs apparently dedicated to drug and weapons trafficking.
Truck drivers protesting against the vaccine mandate at the border have raised more than $4.5 million from donors around the world but the fundraising platform GoFundMe has temporarily stopped organizers from using the money.
Vaccine mandates for truckers have raised transportation costs -- but haven't impacted the shipment of goods to stores, the head of one of Canada's largest grocery chains says.
Scammers posing as Canada Border Services Agency officials are using emails, websites, text messages and telephone calls to ask for money and personal information such as social insurance numbers.
Children ages 5 to 11 who are 'moderately to severely' immunocompromised should receive a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Canada's immunization advisory body.
A new study suggests there may be a need for increased monitoring of COVID-19 patients after they're discharged from hospital, with data showing these patients are at a greater risk of readmission and death.
Anti-vaccine activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., apologized Tuesday for suggesting things are worse for people today than they were for Anne Frank, the teenager who died in a Nazi concentration camp after hiding with her family in a secret annex in an Amsterdam house for two years.
Warning: this story deals with suicide and may be triggering to some readers. Roughly two years after holding his lifeless wife in his arms after she was buried in an avalanche in Banff National Park, Adam Campbell is opening up about his own suicide attempt and imploring others who are struggling to seek mental health supports.
A Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN-S) vehicle spotted in a protest convoy was there without the organization's blessing.
The Saskatoon Fire Department's hazardous materials unit responded to the city's Canada Post depot Tuesday morning.
Paxlovid, an oral anti-viral drug used to treat COVID-19, will be available to eligible Saskatchewan residents 18 and over, starting Wednesday, Jan. 26.
Sylvester Ukabam, a former Regina doctor accused of sexually assaulting five female patients, addressed some of the allegations against him from the witness stand on Tuesday.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported 1,049 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, along with two more deaths.
On the same day protest convoys rolled through the province's two largest cities, Saskatchewan premier Scott Moe came out against the federal government's new cross-border COVID-19 vaccine mandate for truck drivers.
Five more Nova Scotians have died as a result of COVID-19.
Health officials in New Brunswick are reporting three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday.
Funds for a memorial to the victims of Nova Scotia's mass shooting are being shifted to a municipal government trust, while some communities and families have been pursuing their own fundraising efforts.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says he doesn't see the province's mask mandates ending anytime soon.
Toronto Public Health (TPH) is looking to identify an owner and their dog that were licked and jumped on by a dog with a confirmed rabies case in early January.
Ontario's new system of reporting school absences "doesn't tell the full story" of COVID-19 in the province's classrooms, according to one school board, because the data doesn't provide contextual information.
Quebec will allow small gatherings and restaurants can open at half capacity as of Monday as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.
After opposition to building the REM along Sherbrooke St. East, the plan is to build it along the Souligny Railway route for 4.5 kilometres, joining back up with the proposed route before Point-Aux-Trembles.
Myocarditis and pericarditis have been observed as a result COVID-19 infections and a side effect of the mRNA vaccines. Studies have shown, however, that the cases are rare and should not dissuade people from getting vaccinated.
A firefighter was airlifted to hospital after a fire truck crash in Wellington County, Ont. on Tuesday morning.
The Region of Waterloo confirmed three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the region's total COVID-related death count to 342.
The province's police watchdog has found no reasonable grounds that a Guelph police officer committed a criminal offense in connection to a 2017 incident that left a 43-year-old woman with a concussion.