Alberta reported 1,377 people are in hospital with COVID-19 on Tuesday, an increase of 30 per cent over the past week, according to the health minister.
A person died Sunday while waiting for a bed inside the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre, a spokesperson with Alberta Health Services confirmed Tuesday.
Edmonton police have charged a man after a Muslim woman and her kids were attacked outside of a mosque.
A doctor, the NDP and Alberta's teachers association renewed concerns about COVID-19 in Alberta schools Tuesday as Omicron infection continued to send more staff and students home.
Edmonton's one-time summer pilot project that allowed adults to drink alcohol in select public park sites is over, but it was a hit amongst people who used them, and resulted in just two tickets.
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.
With Russia continuing to mobilize its troops on the eastern border of Ukraine, there is growing concern the threat of war is imminent.
The Alberta Major Crimes Unit is investigating after human remains were found in Fort McMurray on Monday.
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.
Prior to the pandemic, her teen daughter danced nine hours a week, excelled in school and had a vibrant social life. The roller coaster of pandemic restrictions including school closures, paused extra-curricular activites and physical distancing took a toll on her daughter she never expected.
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.
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.
Another B.C. First Nation says they have discovered 93 potential burial sites on the grounds of a former residential school.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accuses conservatives of fear mongering when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for truckers.
Canada should send weapons to Ukraine 'immediately': Former ambassador
AFN Chief RoseAnne Archibald reacts to the findings of the initial search at the site of the former St. Joseph's residential school.
A microphone picked up U.S. President Joe Biden's response after a Fox News reporter asked if inflation is a 'political liability.'
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra is assuring Canadians there's no reason to fear food shortages will result from a small minority of truck drivers refusing to comply with a vaccine mandate in order to cross the Canada-U.S. border.
As a growing group of truckers and supporters make their way to Ottawa in a protest against vaccine mandates, experts say the rhetoric online concerning the convoy is getting increasingly worrisome.
Economic eyes will be on the Bank of Canada this morning as the central bank is scheduled to make an announcement about its trendsetting interest rate.
A British Columbia First Nation has announced the grim discovery of 93 potential burial sites on the grounds of a former residential school.
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.
Conservative MPs are publicly cheering on the trucker convoy that's making its way across the country with the intent of converging onto Parliament Hill this weekend, voicing opposition to the federal government's mandatory vaccination policies. The 'freedom convoy' has garnered support from anti-vaccine mandate groups, and among those who dislike Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
An infectious disease expert believes the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been an 'unmitigated disaster' and the rapid spread of the Omicron has made another variant a near certainty.
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.
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.
Rapid tests for use at home continue to be in scarce in Alberta but the province says the antigen test kits are meeting delivery schedules for schools, while pharmacies are waiting longer amid supply shortages.
Second-hand stores like Goodwill Alberta have seen a massive increase in sales as inflation rises.
A Métis Nation–Saskatchewan (MN-S) vehicle spotted in a protest convoy was there without the organization's blessing.
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.
Jim Bence says the combination of the Omicron COVID-19 variant and freezing temperatures hammered the Saskatchewan hospitality industry over the holiday season.
A Canadian researcher is defending her data showing COVID-19 deaths across the country could be under-reported by at least 50 per cent after Saskatchewan’s premier claimed it was “misinformation.”
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.
Five more Nova Scotians have died as a result of COVID-19.
Jeff Ferguson still has the scars left behind, after suffering a severe case of cutaneous vasculitis late last summer.
Health officials in New Brunswick are reporting three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Tuesday.
A new Ontario city has taken over the title of the most expensive place in the province to buy car insurance.
In mid-January, as a new wave of COVID-19 passed through Ontario, driven by the Omicron variant, 477 patients would find themselves in an ICU with the disease.
A 41-year-old man is dead after being stabbed at a residential building in Mississauga.
Quebec will allow small gatherings and restaurants can open at half capacity as of Monday as COVID-19 restrictions begin to ease.
The medical director at the PICU in the Montreal Children’s Hospital says it is seeing more children get sick with COVID and be sick enough to come to the ICU.
Some kind of communication mix-up within the health department led to the confinement of children in group homes in early January, said junior minister Lionel Carmant on Tuesday. After an 'identical problem' earlier in the pandemic, authorities had specified not to create this kind of rule, he said, and he's investigating what went wrong.
A firefighter was airlifted to hospital after a fire truck crash in Wellington County, Ont. on Tuesday morning.
Alex Lopez-Noriega was sentenced to more than eight years in prison on Tuesday, for the killing of a fellow migrant worker at a Wilmot Township farm in 2020.
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.