Michele Dimitrisin has been driving on a graduated driver's license (GDL) for five years, and even though a government "red tape" slash announced Tuesday benefits her, she's a little worried about potential impacts.
An additional 100 kilometers of bike lanes could be built in the Alberta capital after city councillors voted 4-0 Tuesday in favour of pushing a massive addition forward.
There are 10 new ambulances in Alberta, but industry advocates say there aren't enough people to operate them.
Federal authorities are set to close Canada's borders Wednesday to commercial dogs, including ones being put up for sale or adoption, from more than 100 countries deemed to be at high risk for canine rabies.
Edmonton's Federal Building has been officially renamed after the late Queen.
Explore Edmonton is looking to convince the world that events in Edmonton take less energy. A new video, centered on the city's capabilities to deliver net-zero events, was launched Tuesday as part of an international docu series, Sustainable Travel: Where Next?
A 58-year-old woman has died after a Sunday evening crash in Parkland County.
A graduated driver's licence program in Alberta that has been in effect for the past 19 years is getting an overhaul.
The man wanted for first-degree murder and who prompted a recent shelter-in-place order in a northern Alberta community was found on Monday.
A video, taken of a man lying on the floor of a Lethbridge, Alta., health clinic has some wondering about the condition of the province's health care system.
A wildlife conservation group says it is against the Alberta government's plan to introduce bait as a method to hunt black bears, as well as a method to hunt cougars using dogs.
At Tambayan Ni Kabayan restaurant in east Edmonton, one server stands out from the rest. That’s because she stands on two wheels. Peanut is a robot, who rolls to the beat of her own tunes, and greets customers with a smile and a wink.
Thousands made their way to the electric and hydrogen vehicle expo this week, an initiative by the city to get people thinking about electric vehicles.
The Festa dell'Uva, or grape festival, celebrated Italian culture with food, wine and a grape crushing competition in downtown Edmonton.
Just in time for indoor growing season, Edmontonians had a chance to see and buy tropical plants not normally found in Canada.
A Fort Saskatchewan family is looking to create a new live music venue in their community – right in their backyard.
Two African penguins made an appearance as part of the Edmonton Public Library's (EPL) open house event. It's part of the Explore EPL campaign, encouraging Edmontonians to get back to the library after years of pandemic related closures and reduced services.
A chill is in the air, and it's not just from the onset of fall, as Deadmonton, one of Edmonton's most popular haunted house attractions, opens for another spooky season.
Local businesses are joining forces to help two students have the graduation experience of their dreams.
Charges have now been laid after a man barged through security at the Edmonton International Airport on Saturday.
A rally was held Friday at Pride Corner on Whyte, with community members coming back to the space after multiple threats of violence.
An Edmonton Police Service officer who shoved a woman to the ground before arresting her in an act caught on camera did his job properly, the acting chief told police commissioners Thursday afternoon.
One person was arrested on Wednesday under the Mental Health Act after a man pointed what originally appeared to be a gun at an ETS driver.
Dylan Holloway played in one NHL game last season. The rookie wore No. 36 for the Oilers in a playoff game against the Colorado Avalanche.
Edmonton is set to host Canada's next two FIBA World Cup qualifying home games in November. Canada Basketball and the Canadian Elite Basketball League, in partnership with Explore Edmonton and the city of Edmonton, made the announcement Tuesday.
Fans of the Seattle Kraken got a preview Monday night of Matty Beniers' progress as the team's first pick in the 2021 NHL draft scored the opening goal in a 3-0 pre-season victory over the Edmonton Oilers.
Stuart Skinner looks ready to make the permanent move up to the big leagues with the Edmonton Oilers.
Following stops in Lethbridge, Swift Current, Wichita and Bakersfield, Stuart Skinner has rented a home in Edmonton and he's confident he'll stay all year.
P.E.I. begins the painful, long process of rebuilding; service members in Cape Breton, N.S., share how they’re helping their community.
As scientists and environmental experts assess the damage left by Fiona, one of the Maritimes' essential ecosystems was severely hit and it could potentially take up to a decade to recover.
While experts say it would be 'extremely difficult' to cheat at a high-level chess tournament, it has happened before.
Ukraine's president warned Tuesday that Russia's just concluded 'sham referendums' and attempts to annex Ukrainian territory rule out any talks with Moscow as long as Vladimir Putin remains president, and called for Russia's 'complete isolation' and tough new global sanctions.
While Canada prepares to honour the second annual National Day for Truth and Reconciliation on Friday, the majority of provinces have not followed the federal government's move to make it a statutory holiday for its workers.
Becoming the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada earlier this month has not only raised Pierre Poilievre’s profile among the Canadian public, but has also brought additional attention of his wife. CTVNews.ca takes a look at what we know about Anaida Poilievre.
Justin Trudeau travelled Tuesday to Nova Scotia and P.E.I., where he pledged to find ways to build more resilient infrastructure after inspecting the extensive damage caused by post-tropical storm Fiona.
Hurricane Ian knocked out power across all of Cuba and devastated some of the country's most important tobacco farms Tuesday when it slammed into the island's western tip as a major hurricane.
Denmark said Tuesday it believed 'deliberate actions' by unknown perpetrators were behind big leaks, which seismologists said followed powerful explosions, in two natural gas pipelines running under the Baltic Sea from Russia to Germany.
The Calgary Board of Education has already hinted that it's thinking of switching schools operating on a modified calendar to a traditional one next fall.
Calgary police are investigating after a shooting in the southwest on Tuesday.
A 29-year-old woman charged with murder in the presumed death of a missing Saskatoon woman was also responsible for the deaths of two teens in 2014.
According to the province's health authority, more kids are ending up in the emergency room due to respiratory issues compared to the same period last year.
City council has approved a plan that will see three different waste bin sizes — all offered at a three different price points.
A Regina resident is expressing frustrations about a city repair project on his property that has been ongoing for the past year.
An 11-year-old boy was significantly injured after he was struck by a vehicle while riding a bike, according to the Regina Police Service (RPS).
The City of Regina issued an apology on Tuesday after flags raised to honour residential school survivors were hung upside down.
Parks Canada says the scale of sand dune erosion at beaches in Prince Edward Island National Park due to post-tropical storm Fiona is "shocking."
Neighbours in the small community of Burnt Islands, N.L., are helping each other clean through the rubble of their former homes.
After standing up for his teammate following a bout of online bullying, Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Alek Manoah has been awarded Dove Men+Care's first 'sponsorship for sportsmanship.' Of the interaction, Manoah said he 'meant it from the heart.'
Metrolinx is warning PRESTO card users they could be charged twice if they aren't careful.
A total of 23 people taken to hospital in St. Catharines following a hazardous workplace incident on Tuesday have been discharged.
Polls heading into the final week of the Quebec election campaign show much of the same results since the first week: a race for second behind the CAQ.
The leader of the Quebec Conservative Party said Tuesday he's 'not into building walls' but at the same time doesn't want to rule out putting one up along the U.S.-Quebec border to quell the influx of asylum seekers.
With polls indicating his party is set to win a big majority on Oct. 3, Coalition Avenir Quebec Leader Francois Legault on Tuesday rejected calls to reform the electoral system and instead said he was open to working with the opposition.
Amazon has confirmed it’s behind the controversial warehouse project being built in the Village of Blair.
Kitchener City Council approved two high-rise rental apartments at the former site of the Schwaben Club at a meeting on Monday.
The former Schwaben Club site in Kitchener has been selected as a new emergency shelter location for people experiencing homelessness.