'It's so disheartening': Five names added to memorial for victims of impaired drivers at Saturday vigil
Alberta victims of impaired drivers were remembered Saturday in Spruce Grove.
Alberta victims of impaired drivers were remembered Saturday in Spruce Grove.
Edmonton police are looking for a suspect in the reported sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl in southeast Edmonton this week.
A 16-year-old boy is dead after a crash on Highway 16 Saturday afternoon.
RCMP say a man died in an incident that saw a reportedly stolen vehicle with blown tires roll in Strathcona County on Friday night.
The death of a Metro Vancouver RCMP officer who was shot dead while executing a search warrant is reverberating with law enforcement officials across the country.
A group of local gamers battled it out on the tabletops Saturday to raise money for men's mental health.
Residents of Chateh, Alta., were told to leave their homes once again on Friday night, as wildfire southeast of the community drew near.
The Lions have secured a spot in the CFL's post-season.
Two people who were kidnapped at gunpoint in eastern Alberta are now safe but police issued a public warning Friday about a pair of suspects who may be in Edmonton or Calgary.
Smoke has forced Yellowknife to cancel a celebration marking the return of residents to the city after a wildfires-prompted evacuation that lasted for weeks.
B.C. RCMP have identified the officer killed while executing a search warrant in Coquitlam Friday morning as Const. Rick O'Brien.
West Nile virus has struck several people in southern Alberta.
While the party died years ago at MuchMusic's broadcast centre on the corner of Queen and John streets in Toronto, the screening of a new documentary on Friday proved nostalgia for the nation's music station is still very much alive.
The city has completed an audit on the Valley Line Southeast LRT project, but it’s not the comprehensive look at delays many on council were hoping for.
Two more men have been charged in the death of an eight-year-old girl earlier this year.
Erin Isfeld, host of CTV News at Six, will depart CTV News Edmonton in October after 18 years serving in a number of key roles and covering the capital region's most impactful stories.
Edmonton – or amiskwacîwâskahikan as it's known in Cree – is now home to urban Indigenous ceremonial grounds, which officials say is the first of its kind in the country.
Edmontonians gathered Sunday morning in support of military members, veterans and first responders in need of medical treatment in Edmonton.
Cosplayers, dressed up as their favorite characters, sometimes take years to perfect their outfits. And while the origins of their costumes might not be apparent, their efforts were not lost on the crowds.
The trails at Kinsmen park were full Saturday morning, with people out to raise money – and awareness – around life-saving research in Edmonton.
A downtown Edmonton restaurant is celebrating Mexican Independence Day this weekend with live music, dancing and art.
Rock and roll legends Guns N' Roses are coming to Edmonton.
Since 2020, six bison have been hit and killed by vehicles in the national park. To protect their herd, Elks Island has installed speed bumps.
A south Edmonton school is paying tribute to students who died this year.
The new river valley park in northeast Edmonton will open on Sunday, Sept. 24, the city has announced.
Premier Danielle Smith is keeping MLA Jason Stephan in her UCP caucus despite an Alberta NDP demand to remove him for speaking at a '1MillionMarch4Children' protest.
The numbers are now there in black and white, detailing widespread non-compliance of surface parking lots in Edmonton's core, but what to do about it is not as simple, officials insist.
The jarring sound of engine brakes on heavy-duty trucks has become a cause for concern among residents in Devon.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued in connection with a June murder in southwest Edmonton, and police say the suspect was previously convicted in a killing in Calgary.
According to a consumer trends report released Thursday by Equifax, residents of the province held the highest average amount of non-mortgage debt in the second quarter of 2023 at $24,439. The average for all of Canada: more than 10 per cent less at $21,131.
A former fearsome football rush end is now tackling training a new generation of Edmonton athletes.
If there is mounting pressure on the Oilers top draft picks from 2019 and 2020 to breakthrough in the NHL, they're not admitting it.
It's been almost 50 years since a member of the Sutter family first pulled on a National Hockey League jersey, but Thursday marked the first time Edmonton Oilers colours were donned by someone from the clan originally hailing from Viking, Alta., just 125 kilometres away.
Watching his baby boy learn to crawl has given Stuart Skinner some perspective heading into a season where he and fellow Edmonton Oilers goalie Jack Campbell will be under the microscope.
Neither of the Edmonton Oilers' best players took to the podium Wednesday as training camp opened, but the team's general manager is convinced their actions say it all.
Two groups in the Canadian Sikh diaspora are calling for Canada's political parties to "present a united front" on India after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a "potential link" between the shooting death of a local leader and the Indian government.
Seven years after it blasted into space to snag a sample of an asteroid, a spacecraft is set to deliver its rare cargo on Sunday -- and Canada is getting a piece of the interstellar bounty.
There was 'shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners' that informed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's public allegation of a potential link between the government of India and the murder of a Canadian citizen, United States Ambassador to Canada David Cohen confirmed to CTV News.
The payment processing company Moneris says it has resolved an outage that appeared to affect debit and credit transactions across the country.
The family of a Black high school student in Texas who was suspended over his dreadlocks filed a federal civil rights lawsuit Saturday against the state's governor and attorney general, alleging they failed to enforce a new law outlawing discrimination based on hairstyles.
A First Nations premier would head a province for the first time in Canadian history if the New Democrats win the Oct. 3 Manitoba election, and the significance is not lost on party leader Wab Kinew.
A group of Canadian senators is proposing a series of reforms to the country's international student program that include ways of protecting newcomers from fraud and abuse, as well as greater regulations and penalties for recruiters and educational institutions.
Funeral services were held Saturday for a 21-year-old University of Calgary student who was struck and killed while crossing the street on Sept. 14.
After scoring a touchdown to put an exclamation point on a 28-11 win for his Montreal Alouettes over the Calgary Stampeders, William Stanback breathed a sigh of relief.
Against a backdrop of golden autumn leaves on one of the last warm weekends of the season, dog enthusiasts and their four-legged companions gathered at Puptoberfest, a canine celebration hosted by the Saskatoon SPCA.
Saskatoon police are shipping dozens of pieces of body armour to volunteers helping with humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.
A Saskatoon judge has ruled that a confession provided to undercover RCMP officers during an elaborate sting operation can be admitted as evidence in a high-profile murder trial.
A large overnight fire in Moose Jaw engulfed two homes and two vehicles in the early hours of Saturday.
Funding is now in place to keep Regina’s emergency shelter open past the end of the month.
A Regina driver was handed over $1,000 in tickets after three infractions.
Community groups in New Brunswick are coming together to help more than 100 people in Fredericton who fled a burning apartment building last Thursday.
One year after a wave driven by post-tropical storm Fiona slammed into the back of her house and twisted it like a corkscrew, some residents of Port aux Basques, N.L., are backing away from the sea.
The New Brunswick RCMP say they have requested the Serious Incident Response Team (SiRT) to review actions taken by police after a man sustained injuries during an arrest in St. Stephen N.B.
Here is what you need to know about the Ontario Greenbelt as the fall session at Queen’s Park begins:
Police are investigating after two people were fatally shot late Saturday night in north Etobicoke.
Rent in Brampton shot up three times faster over the last year than the national average in Canada, according to a rental report.
One is dead and two injured after a building partially collapsed in Montreal on Saturday. A man's body was discovered in the rubble hours after the initial event.
Thousands of public-sector workers carried turquoise flags Saturday afternoon through downtown Montreal. The workers, representing a collaboration of several unions, say they’re ready to launch general strike unless the Quebec government can give them a “respectable” offer.
Dominic Vincent’s inn and restaurant in Clova, Que., is fully booked these days, only months after Premier François Legault announced the town of 36 residents would burn to the ground during the unprecedented summer wildfire season.
The province's Special Investigations Unit (SIU) is investigating the death of a 43-year-old man after fleeing Guelph police officers Saturday morning.
Universities in Waterloo and Guelph are urging students to act responsibly during homecoming celebrations.
Investigators with the Waterloo Regional Police Services are asking for the public's help finding who is responsible for the fatal stabbing of a Conestoga College student.