Yesterday’s hospitalization count of 1,089 was revised to 1,128, tied for highest of the pandemic to date.
A decision to close laboratory and diagnostic imaging services at Morinville Clinic due to low patient volumes, staffing challenges and lack of functioning equipment has been reversed.
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.
More than eight per cent of students are off due to COVID-19 or other illness, according to Edmonton Public Schools.
The City of Edmonton has refused to compensate a downtown business for damages following an arrest made by police in August.
City of Edmonton crews will be picking up windrows in a north side residential neighbourhood as part of a trial starting this week.
“Supply and inventory will continue to be a challenge and continue to drive prices up."
The Leduc Integrated Traffic Unit responded to a number of collisions Wednesday night due to icy road conditions.
A 14-year-old golden lion tamarin named Jack who lived at the Edmonton Valley Zoo has died.
The Edmonton Police Service is looking for witnesses or dashcam footage of a hit-and-run crash that sent a pedestrian to hospital last Wednesday.
The Edmonton Police Service has arrested one man and resolved more than 100 outstanding warrants after searching three downtown homes it says were connected to drug sales and use.
The Edmonton Oilers are set to have a very busy mid-February, with the team rescheduled for eight games in just 12 days.
In a normal year January tends to be a slow month for businesses following the holidays. But, at the height of a fifth wave of COVID-19 with a highly transmissible variant, many are questioning how they’ll survive the next couple of months.
Industrial development is helping coyotes move into wolverine country and edge out the rare carnivore despite its fierce reputation, newly published research suggests.
An outdoor winter event is returning to Edmonton with 11 internationally recognized snow and ice carvers from across the country.
Capilano Mall in east Edmonton has seen a lot of changes over the last half century, but one of the reasons for coming in has remained constant: retail worker Donna Batiuk.
Edmontonians will not have any new permanent public washroom options this summer, but the city is rolling out some trailer facilities as it studies how and where it's best to build new bathrooms.
The restaurant will be located in Windermere and is scheduled to open in early 2022.
Residents in a southeast Edmonton neighbourhood are frustrated with the massive windrows left behind by city crews after blading the area for ice buildup.
Edmonton police are looking for help identifying three, possibly four thieves who robbed a northeast vape shop back in November.
Stephanie Labbe, whose safe hands helped Canada to Olympic women's soccer gold in Tokyo last summer, has announced her retirement.
Spruce Grove Saints goaltender Tristan Martin scored an empty-net goal on Tuesday night.
Oilers all-star forward Leon Draisaitl smirked, shrugged and traded insults with a journalist after practice Wednesday in an exchange that was shared far and wide.
Chile's Christiane Endler was named The Best FIFA Women's Goalkeeper on Monday, beating out Canada's Stephanie Labbe and Germany's Ann-Katrin Berger.
Paul Workman reports from Kabul's Kote Sangi market where hundreds of people come in a desperate bid to secure day labour.
Dr. Peter Juni explains why COVID-19 hospitalizations should peak soon after cases in Ontario reach a plateau.
The ethics commissioner is investigating after Jagmeet Singh tagged the maker of a rocking chair given to his family in an Instagram post.
This Saturday, Canada will mark the 30th anniversary of Dr. Roberta Bondar's groundbreaking journey to space, when she became the first Canadian woman and neurologist to do so.
A young Afghan woman who escaped to Canada last summer is desperately worried for her family members who did not make it out of the country and are now living in hiding.
On Wednesday, Statistics Canada reported that the annual pace of inflation climbed in December at a rate that hasn't been seen in 30 years. CTVNews.ca looked at the consumer items that saw the largest year-over-year increases in prices.
CTVNews.ca created five charts using data from Statistics Canada and interviewed economists to help explain why inflation in Canada remains so high, amid the continuing effects of the pandemic on the global supply chain.
Canada's food manufacturers are starting to cut capacity and focus on key products as they confront labour shortages and supply chain problems that show no signs of easing.
An infectious diseases specialist says the COVID-19 pandemic could begin pivoting to an endemic status in higher-income countries by early spring, based on how Omicron is spreading and affecting hospitalization rates.
A Canadian study suggests the antiviral medication remdesivir could have a 'modest but significant effect' on COVID-19 patient outcomes, including decreasing the need for mechanical ventilation by approximately 50 per cent.
Canada Post workers risk being sent home from work if they wear masks other than ones issued by the corporation, even if their masks are an upgrade in safety.
A Calgary family of six is recovering after being terrorized during an armed home invasion that targeted the wrong residence.
The highly transmissible Omicron variant of COVID-19 is driving up case rates in young children, and Alberta hospitals are admitting more young people than in prior waves.
One person is dead and a man has been arrested near the scene of an incident in the Caswell Hill neighbourhood, according to Saskatoon Police Service (SPS).
A Saskatoon woman hopes some sentimental items — including her father's ashes — will be returned after they were stolen from her condo.
A Saskatoon mechanic believes he caught COVID-19 earlier this month by entering and working in vehicles “littered” with used face masks.
The sexual assault trial of a former Regina doctor continued on Wednesday when an expert witness took the stand to speak on the proper procedural and examination practices of a gastroenterologist.
A COVID-19 report presented at Regina city council Wednesday, shows the city spent $83,200 from October to mid-November.
Small businesses in the city are still dealing with the fall out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nova Scotia health officials reported three new deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday.
A registered nurse at the Saint John Regional Hospital’s emergency department, Amanda Cormier, can describe what’s going on behind hospital doors.
New Brunswick’s official opposition is pushing for Premier Blaine Higgs to immediately follow through on a pledge to make life “increasingly uncomfortable” for those choosing not to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
One person is dead and another is in critical condition after a two-alarm house fire in the city's west end Wednesday evening.
In one week, Ontario’s COVID-19 restrictions could lift, but many businesses say they are grappling with a lack of clarity and direction from the provincial government on whether they should be preparing to reopen.
Quebec’s anti-corruption squad says they are investigating 'various fraudulent schemes' to make and distribute fake vaccine passports in the province and are warning the people involved could face serious criminal charges.
A group suggests that tenants carefully examine their notice of rent increase and refuse any increase deemed abusive, on Wednesday, shortly after Quebec's administrative housing tribunal unveiled its average increase estimate.
Motorists in Montreal are already taking a hit in the gas prices and it seems the prices could go higher.
The Region of Waterloo reported four new deaths related to COVID-19 on Wednesday.
Elementary students across Waterloo Region who are attending in-person learning will be coming home with a pair of rapid tests this week.