The armed man RCMP shot in Maskwacis on Thursday died in an Edmonton hospital two days later, Alberta's police watchdog said. Mounties responded to a call about a man discharging a firearm in a rural area of Samson Cree Nation just before 1:30 p.m.
An Extreme Cold Warning is in effect for most of central and northern Alberta, including the City of Edmonton and surrounding areas.
Alberta's premier says she is OK with her caucus making changes to the sovereignty act bill she introduced last week, while the NDP argued it would be better to scrap it altogether.
As Edmonton city councillors and staff work to limit an upcoming property tax hike to four per cent, some are concerned that projects aimed at creating a cleaner environment will be shelved.
Alberta Health Minister Jason Copping says help is on the way to deal with strain on the province's two children's hospitals as they deal with a rise in respiratory illnesses.
An Edmonton couple has created a modelling agency that exclusively represents disabled and visibly different talent.
Alberta's UCP government wants to get rid of the province's so-called "squatter's rights."
Two people are dead after a crash early Monday morning. Emergency crews responded to a crash on Highway 16 at Highway 855 south of Mundare around 1:40 a.m.
An Edmonton church has been designated a historic resource by the city.
After a breakout season where he scored 20 times and added 21 assists, 2022-23 has not been Kailer Yamamoto's year so far.
A Quebec civilian judge has acquitted Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin of sexual assault over an allegation that dates back to 1988. Judge Richard Meredith said he believes the complainant was sexually assaulted, but said the Crown did not establish beyond a reasonable doubt that it was Fortin who had assaulted her.
University of Alberta scientists are studying how to slow down cancer growth after learning cancer cells move faster in thicker fluids.
Starting Dec. 5, several hospital and urgent care labs in the Edmonton area will close their doors to community patients to focus on emergency, in-patient, and ambulatory patients.
Better protections and options for consumers are just some of the ways Ottawa can help address food unaffordability in Canada, the lead author behind a new price report says, as average grocery bills are expected to rise in the new year.
WestJet plans to offer flights to Japan starting this spring, marking the airline's first non-stop flights to Asia from Calgary.
The Gathering Angels, a group learning life skills and volunteering in the community, packaged more than 150 individual meals donated by a local Mediterranean restaurant and volunteered at Boyle Street for the second weekend in a row.
A scary sight in Old Strathcona on Saturday night as the Krampus Walk (or Krampus Lauf) descended on Whyte Avenue searching for naughty children.
The lights are on after the Downtown Holiday Light Up on Rice Howard Way.
Outdoor rinks and spaces for concerts and events are under construction next to Rogers Place, the Oilers Entertainment Group announced on Friday.
A local dog has found a new purpose in his life after getting a job at an Edmonton office.
The Edmonton Christmas Market is back at Fort Edmonton Park, and organizers say this year's event is bigger and better than ever.
As kendo gains popularity in the Edmonton area, a local dojo is hoping to see two of their top students compete on the international stage.
It’s Giving Tuesday and local organizations are hoping Edmontonians will step up ahead of what’s projected to be a difficult holiday season for many.
Commonwealth Stadium will be getting much more snow than the rest of the city this week as it prepares to welcome the world's best snowboarders.
It was grannies' night behind the Edmonton Oilers bench at Rogers Place last Monday night. A group of friends from Whitecourt, Alta., attended the game against the Florida Panthers in grannies costumes and stayed in character all night.
Girl Guides of Canada is asking its members to vote on two new name options for its Brownies program -- comets or embers.
The mother of a Beaumont man who has been missing for more than four years has written a book about her family’s experience.
A tool from the City of Edmonton helps show drivers the snow and ice clearing priority of roads across the city and active parking bans by neighbourhood.
Former Oilers head scout Barry Fraser, whose shrewd draft picks helped build a hockey dynasty in Edmonton, has died, the team announced Sunday. He was 82.
Connor McDavid recorded two goals and two assists, Leon Draisaitl had a goal and three assists and the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 5-3 on Saturday.
With Canada’s World Cup run over, CTVNews.ca reviews the performances of the players involved throughout the tournament as well as coach John Herdman.
A human rights organization says it has found dozens of additional overseas Chinese 'police service centres' around the world, including at least two more in Canada.
A Toronto music lover who thrived in the company of others died alone at home following three visits to a local hospital due to severe abdominal pain, according to one of his closest friends.
Veterans Affairs Minister Lawrence MacAulay was challenged by MPs on Monday about how the federal government is handling the growing number of veterans who've reported being offered medical assistance in dying.
Elon Musk's Neuralink, a medical device company, is under federal investigation for potential animal-welfare violations amid internal staff complaints that its animal testing is being rushed, causing needless suffering and deaths, according to documents reviewed by Reuters and sources familiar with the investigation and company operations.
A mudslide unleashed by torrential rain buried a bus and affected two other vehicles on a highway central Colombia, killing at least 34 people, authorities said Monday.
Permanent residents can now apply to join the Canadian Armed Forces, regardless of whether they have been trained by a foreign military.
The unabashedly liberal city of San Francisco became the unlikely proponent of weaponized police robots last week after supervisors approved limited use of the remote-controlled devices, addressing head-on an evolving technology that has become more widely available even if it is rarely deployed to confront suspects.
Alberta's UCP government wants to get rid of the province's so-called "squatter's rights."
Three days after announcing it will pull staff from children's respite care at Rotary Flames House to help at Alberta Children’s Hospital, the province says it is working to build capacity and hopes better supplies of over-the-counter cold medication will keep kids out of care.
With thousands of displaced Ukrainians now calling Saskatchewan home, individuals in the community are mobilizing to help them learn English.
A woman from Warman died in a collision with a train about 50 kilometres east of Saskatoon on Sunday morning, according to an RCMP news release.
A resident of a building being investigated for a possible arson says the recent incident is “very scary.”
A Regina family wants to raise awareness about Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) after their one-year-old son experienced severe complications due to the illness.
A majority of Saskatchewan residents feel they are worse off financially at the moment than they were last year, according to a recent poll.
According to the latest figures from the Saskatchewan Coroners Service, Saskatchewan has set records in drug toxicity deaths year-over-year, since it began publicly tracking figures in 2016. During the pandemic overdose deaths ballooned to heights never before seen — 326 in 2020, up from 179 in 2019, then 410 in 2021.
A new report from the Nova Scotia government paints a grim picture of how climate change could impact the Atlantic province by the year 2100 if more isn't done to address the crisis.
A program announced Monday will fund projects to remove barriers preventing qualified new Canadians from working in health care, the federal immigration minister said.
Russell and Marie Mauger lived in their home on Tower Road for 40 years, but on Monday, they lost it in a matter of minutes.
When the phone rang, Stuart Irvine of Mississauga wasn’t sure who was on the other end of the line, but then a voice said, “Grampy, it’s me.”
A massive sinkhole has swallowed a portion of Dundas Street West and with it, local businesses’ hopes of the return to a regular holiday season.
Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price didn't know about the 1989 Polytechnique massacre that killed 14 women and wounded several others, according to statements made to Radio-Canada. The statement from Group CH, which owns the Montreal Canadiens, comes two days after the player spoke out against proposed federal gun-control legislation.
According to the health ministry, 864,062 Quebecers on the waiting list for a family doctor, a list that has more than doubled since 2018.
With the holiday season just a few weeks away, Quebec is still dealing with a triple wave of infectious respiratory diseases.
At least one expert says it’s too premature to say if there’s been a spike in these types of crimes, but he is taking note of the number of incidents in the last week and their proximity to each other.
Residents in a north-east Waterloo community say a nearby encampment as a point of concern, but city officials admit a solution will take time.
Local food experts are calling it unprecedented times as food prices are expected rise by up to seven per cent in 2023.