Four Alberta legal associations teamed up Thursday to accuse Justice Minister Tyler Shandro of being "dismissive" and playing politics in a recent meeting over compensation for legal aid services.
Yet another delay to the opening of the Valley Line Southeast LRT has some questioning the value that public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure projects have, with the city pledging a comprehensive review into the practice.
The Edmonton Oilers shared memories of superfan Ben Stelter on Thursday. Connor McDavid, Zach Hyman and head coach Jay Woodcroft held a virtual press conference to speak about the six-year-old.
Four goals and a pair of assists from captain Mason McTavish powered Canada to a dominant 11-1victory over Slovakia at the world junior hockey championship Thursday.
County officials hope the province and Athabasca University administrators are able to come to a meaningful resolution that keeps the school in the northern Alberta community.
The Alberta NDP has demanded resignation letters from leaders of the province's status of women department, who awarded an essay that claimed 'women are not exactly equal to men' and suggested 'foreigners' are used to 'replace' Albertans.
The night before the federal government invoked the Emergencies Act in response to the 'Freedom Convoy' protests, the prime minister’s national security adviser told him there was 'a potential for a breakthrough' in Ottawa, court documents show.
RCMP in central Alberta are warning the public about an animal cruelty case in the area.
The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team has released more information about a police shooting on Monday that killed one person.
Residents of Edmonton-Beverly-Clareview will be getting a new MLA, as Deron Bilous announced Thursday that he will not seek re-election after 10 years in the role.
A Red Deer man has been charged with sexual offences against children, and police believe there may be additional victims.
An Edmonton woman and her service dog are helping to ensure the venues at the Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival will be accessible for everyone.
Hundreds of smiling athletes, coaches and community leaders moved to the beat of drums at West Edmonton Mall Thursday for the opening procession of the Alberta Indigenous Games (AIG).
A teepee was raised at the Fringe Festival grounds on Thursday morning to kick off the Indigenous theatre space, pêhonân.
West Edmonton Mall is looking for suggestions for names for its newest resident, a California Sea Lion pup.
Edmonton Folk Music Festival organizers and volunteers are hard at work ahead of the festival's sold-out return.
Edmontonians will have the chance to see the Toronto Raptors play in their own city this fall.
Taste of Edmonton organizers say this year's event shattered expectations as Sunday marked the last day of festivities.
The Blueberry Bluegrass Festival is wrapping up Sunday in Stony Plain after several days of unique musical experiences, according to organizers.
Canada's first California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) opened its doors in Edmonton this weekend to large fanfare.
Whyte Avenue has gone to the dogs. The Old Strathcona Business Association (OSBA) has launched a new pet-friendly business map that highlights more than 80 shops, services, and restaurant patios where canines are welcome.
Ottawa's plan to stop handgun imports into Canada has some gun owners and experts in Alberta calling it an overreach that could have unintended consequences.
A Parkland County intersection known as the "death trap" or the "devil's intersection" for how many fatal crashes it causes claimed another person's life this week, with residents continuing to push for a redesign.
The shadow of scandal hangs over the World Junior Championships set to start in Edmonton next week.
For Catholic leaders in Edmonton, being able to host the Pope means an opportunity of a lifetime, with the hope his visit will reinvigorate the local faith community and reconciliation efforts.
The head of the Catholic church delivered on Monday an apology to Indigenous people on their own land for its role in Canada's residential schools and the traumas experienced there.
Canada scored three unanswered goals in the first period, including one on the power play, and went on to defeat Sweden 4-3 on Monday in the final exhibition tune-up before Tuesday's start of the rescheduled 2022 World Junior Hockey Championship at Rogers Place.
Just seven games into his first season as a CFL starter, B.C. Lions star Nathan Rourke is already breaking his own records.
The Alberta U15 men's team beat Nova Scotia to secure bronze in the 2022 National Basketball Championships on Saturday.
Anne Heche is on life support after suffering a brain injury in a fiery crash a week ago and her survival isn't expected, according to a statement from a representative.
Scientists are keeping an eye on the Langya virus, a new pathogen that appears to have been transmitted from animals to humans in China and causes symptoms similar to COVID-19 or the flu.
After a series of interest rate hikes implemented by the Bank of Canada, housing markets are now facing a 'significant' correction. CTVNews.ca spoke to Canadians who are now struggling to make the goal of purchasing a home, or selling one, a reality.
A high-ranking B.C. officer used police resources to conduct at least 92 searches on his ex-girlfriend and her family while stalking her over a period of five years, according to documents exclusively obtained by CTV News.
A Brampton, Ont. media personality who was attacked with a machete and axe in his driveway will need months of physical rehabilitation to recover, a close friend says.
Tom Brady is taking some time away from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to 'deal with personal things,' according to the team's head coach Todd Bowles.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the nation should move away from restrictive measures such as quarantines and social distancing and focus on reducing severe disease from COVID-19.
The Ontario government is planning to move forward with several tax credits for residents as it formally tabled its 2022-23 budget on Tuesday.
Five people are facing charges after a pair of Calgary drug busts in which police seized nearly $3 million in methamphetamine and fentanyl.
Residents who live near Kensington Road in the northwest are calling on the City of Calgary to decrease the number of lanes at the intersection where an 8-year-old boy was struck by a car in the spring.
The suspect at the centre of Saskatchewan's recent Amber Alert was arrested in South Dakota for a possible illegal border crossing and kidnapping, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
It’s been seven days since 74-year-old Lois Chartrand went missing while mushroom picking in the forest north of Smeaton, Sask.
With less than a month to go until kids return to school, Nettie Cherniatenski is packing school bags for Ukrainian students at Baba’s Closet.
Yorkton’s SaskAbilities organization aims to take a person-centred approach when working with people with disabilities.
Hazelton says breakthroughs in care are making an impact, like advancements in virtual and tele-health care and says the province should create more community nurse and nurse practitioner-led clinics to help to ease the backlog in hospitals.
A former Halifax hospital CEO convicted of fraud has been granted bail one day after being sentenced to five months in jail.
A climatologist says the wildfires that have been burning for more than two weeks in central Newfoundland could be a sign of what's to come as the province feels the impacts of climate change.
A person has been fatally struck Friday morning by a Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway freight train in the same area where a four-year-old girl was hit and killed by a train over two weeks ago.
A person has died after a collision in Toronto overnight, police say.
A man is dead and another is in serious condition after a shooting at a Richmond Hill cemetery, where they were attending a funeral on Thursday for a man who was shot and killed in Toronto earlier this week.
Dozens of Montreal police officers are in the city's east end as part of an operation in relation to a recent shooting.
The Montreal North community is grieving after 26-year-old Jayson Colin -- a man described as "generous, affable and involved" -- was killed in a shooting Wednesday night.
The family of a man on Montreals' West Island who is suffering liver failure says he is being denied the chance of a life-saving liver transplant.
The Region of Waterloo's roadmap toward a population of nearly one million has been updated.
Rorey Hill and Jessica Poreba, who were wanted in the death of a 68-year-old man in Brantford, have been arrested.
Issues impacting Ontario’s healthcare system are extending beyond the hospital and into the streets as some paramedics raise concerns.