City council hosted the first public hearing for community feedback on the next four-year budget Monday, with many asking for more transit security and investment in recreation.
While the Alberta government and federal Conservative party claim the province's recovery-oriented care model is the reason that fatal drug poisonings have decreased by almost 50 per cent over a year, the statistic doesn’t show the full picture, cumulative data analysis shows.
James Hamblin had a huge smile Monday when he spoke about his first NHL call up. He had tears streaming down his face just hours earlier.
Another Edmontonian has come forward to express frustration and sadness about the lack of safety in and around the city's transit centres. She's also calling for more officers on the ground.
Premier Danielle Smith said last week that she is "far from perfect" and can "make mistakes" – but has declined to give further details about what specifically she was referring to.
Premier Danielle Smith says she is glad to see many employers and businesses who are changing their protocols on vaccination but critics are suggesting these changes are being made because of "harassment and threats."
Arctic air is settling in and temperatures will dip below -20 C in Edmonton later this week. The city hasn’t been below -20 in November since 2015. It hit -20.3 degrees on the 25th that year.
The Edmonton Police Service has made an arrest in a stolen property investigation that stretched across B.C., Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Mounties in northern Alberta established a containment zone around the government centre in downtown Fort McMurray Monday following a bomb threat.
The Royal Canadian Air Force says two senior officers have been charged for allegedly failing to stop a group of fighter pilots from assigning an inappropriate nickname to another member in June.
Forget about Santa Claus, Metallica is coming to town. The heavy metal legends will play two nights in Edmonton as part of their M72 World Tour.
Alberta researchers have unveiled a new piece of technology that will help improve the lives of people with motor impairment.
One person is dead after a crash in Westlock County on Friday.
The next session of Alberta's legislature, and the first led by Premier Danielle Smith, will begin Tuesday.
The annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign is running this weekend, collecting food and monetary donations for the Edmonton Food Bank.
While many people have their minds on getting the best Black Friday deal, local businesses are asking shoppers to consider them, as some owners feel the pandemic push of supporting local fade away.
There are plenty of holiday events taking place in and around Edmonton throughout the weekent for people looking to enjoy the mild temperatures.
An Edmonton company is giving back this Black Friday.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, the Downtown Business Association is hoping to bring shoppers back to the city’s core by launching a new gift card.
Advent calendars used to be associated with childhood, opening a little door every day and receiving a chocolate, but that’s no longer the case.
Two Edmontonians have found themselves linked for life through a shared interest in owning an odd piece of the city's history.
Edmonton musician Josh Sahunta doesn't even have a Netflix subscription, but he's on there. That fact actually came as a shock to him.
Edmonton transit drivers are sharing images of what they are seeing on buses and the LRT on a sometimes daily basis in the hopes it will push the city to hire more transit peace officers.
A growing trend of ranchers deciding to leave the industry as the cost of doing business continues to surge has some calling for industry change and awareness of what farmers go through to get meat to market.
Mounties in Fort McMurray are looking for help after 13 trucks and SUVs were stolen from a local dealership.
Alberta's premier is dipping into the province's surplus to help people struggling with the rising cost of living with rebates, tax breaks and cheques bound for families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Having drawn kudos for its bright, energetic performance in a 1-0 loss to No. 2 Belgium and scored against Croatia, the Canadians are now looking to get a result against Morocco.
Leon Draisaitl scored a power-play goal with 2:02 remaining as the Edmonton Oilers stormed back from a three-goal deficit and beat the host New York Rangers 4-3 Saturday afternoon.
Canada wasted little time Sunday ending its scoring drought at the men's World Cup via Alphonso Davies but could not hold off Croatia, losing 4-1 to end its hopes of reaching the tournament's knockout round.
The Florida Panthers and Edmonton Oilers -- who had differing roles in massive comebacks Saturday on the East Coast -- will now head west to face each other on Monday night.
Toronto police make an arrest 40 years after a pair of high-profile murders; a skyrocketing number of people are relying on food banks.
A 23-year-old Ontario woman has been charged under the provincial welfare services act after a graphic video of a horse being dragged surfaced online. One video shows the horse being pulled with ropes as its back hooves drag along a road.
You may have heard the oft-repeated advice to drink eight glasses of water a day, but according to a new study, the amount of water we need daily ranges wildly based on numerous factors.
Two months after being fired, a former member of the Vancouver Canucks coaching staff has filed a complaint with the BC Human Rights Tribunal against the hockey team over alleged discrimination.
An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.
If you are expecting a baby and are still trying to choose a name, these new top 100 lists might help you to find one.
A growing number of Republicans, including former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, criticized Donald Trump on Monday for dining with a Holocaust-denying white nationalist and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West days after launching his third campaign for the White House.
The Saskatoon Police Service presented its 2023 budget to city council on Monday with a request of an additional $760,000.
A recently-formed Saskatoon group is hoping their presentation to city council creates change for those who face a lack of housing in the city.
For 22 years, Richard Kim has owned and operated Krav Maga Regina. According to students, taking an introductory four-week course to Krav Maga has shown them what they have inside themselves when it comes to defending against an attack.
Two people were charged following a shooting in northeast Regina over the weekend.
New Brunswick’s opposition parties say the provincial government isn’t being open about any immediate plans of reducing ER wait times.
The City of Moncton will be opening an emergency cold shelter for the city's homeless population next month.
A Nova Scotia family’s baby delivery story is sure to be shared for many years to come after their baby was born along the side of the road on the way to the hospital.
The company that helped the Toronto police crack a decades-old cold case is revealing more details about how they identified a suspect in the grisly murders of two Toronto women in 1983.
Nearly 40 years after Joseph George Sutherland allegedly killed two women in Toronto, the now 61-year-old has been arrested.
A former employee of Quebec's power utility who is charged with spying on behalf of China was granted bail Monday, after a judge said the accused was more likely than not to stay in Canada awaiting trial. Yuesheng Wang, 35, is the first person to be charged with economic espionage under Canada's Security of Information Act. He also faces three charges under the Criminal Code: fraudulently using a computer, fraudulently obtaining a trade secret and breach of trust.
The majority of French-speaking Quebecers support the right for Quebec's anglophones to get important government services in English, according to a new poll.
The Parti Québécois (PQ) has agreed to the three demands made by Conservative Party of Quebec (PCQ) leader Éric Duhaime, who is seeking access to the national assembly for his party.
Neighbours tell CTV News they’re shocked and saddened, and they never imagined a homicide would happen in their quiet farming community.
An incident that sparked a flurry of controversy earlier this year is back in the spotlight.
Waterloo regional police have reopened access to a major Kitchener street Monday after a collision.