Two potent offences clash in the best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal starting Wednesday in Calgary.
The man believed to be behind a triple stabbing near 81 Avenue and Gateway Boulevard in November has been arrested and charged, Edmonton police say.
Morning sun will give way to clouds by midday and then some showers and periods of rain.
A wave of buyer's remorse is taking shape in several heated real estate markets, after housing prices started dropping and the number of sales slowed over the last two months.
Saddle Lake Cree Nation in eastern Alberta is 'actively researching and investigating' the deaths of at least 200 residential school children who never came home, as remains are being found in unmarked grave sites.
A hunter's wife has testified she texted her husband not to drink and drive or get in a fight the night he and his uncle were shot to death on a rural Alberta road.
The Green Party of Canada is calling on the federal government to develop a targeted anti-transgender hate strategy, citing a 'rising tide of hate' both in Canada and abroad. Amita Kuttner, who is Canada's first transgender federal party leader, made the call during a press conference on Parliament Hill on Tuesday.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is urging the U.S. government to convince Michigan to abandon its legal campaign against the Line 5 pipeline.
The ballots are in and tension is building within the United Conservative Party ahead of Wednesday's revelation of the result of Jason Kenney's leadership review.
Users of the oldest public swimming pool in Edmonton celebrated a small victory Tuesday as a new Scona rec centre was added to the queue of projects awaiting funds.
Alberta is moving past the latest wave of COVID-19, the health minister said on Tuesday.
Edmonton’s Hansen Distillery kicked off a summer fundraiser Saturday to raise money to get an autistic child a service dog.
The River Valley Alliance (RVA) held its spring trail cleanup Saturday to help get garbage off the trails.
An Edmonton woman’s new ice cream business has been plagued by bad luck over the past few months, but the owner refuses to let the dream die.
There are a number of outdoor farmers' markets happening in the Edmonton area over the summer of 2022. Find out where the markets are located and what their hours are on our handy map!
After two years of planning and community engagement, the market has announced Clark Builders as the contractor entrusted with providing a dollar amount for the much-needed improvements. Then the process will begin to find funding for the project from government and private sources.
The Junos are set to return to Edmonton next year, marking the second time the city hosts the country's biggest music awards show.
First it was a massive 29 in Landsdowne near Whitemud Drive, then a few days later, a huge 97 on the north side of Whitemud near 145 Street. And then suddenly last weekend, a mammoth 41 suddenly appeared atop Fox Drive in Belgravia.
Pride will be celebrated in Churchill Square this June. A one day, family-friendly event will be held on June 25.
Brooks and his team announced a brand new opening night for Friday, June 24 at Commonwealth Stadium after tickets for his show a day later sold out in 45 minutes last week.
The Pope will travel to Edmonton, Quebec City and Iqualuit between July 24 and 29 in what will be the fourth papal visit to Canada, and first since 2002.
RCMP say they are conducting an internal review after a physical altercation between an officer and a civilian.
Thanks to families pitching in help on and off the field, two families are able to simply enjoy a game of soccer for the first time since fleeing war-torn Ukraine earlier this year.
Data released by the province shows the number of opioid events EMS attended in Edmonton has been growing year over year.
As Edmontonians continue to rally around 5-year-old Ben Stelter, a local restaurant chain is joining in on the fun, with the creation of a new burger benefitting a children's charity.
The last time the Calgary Flames and Edmonton Oilers faced each other in the playoffs was way back in 1991.
It was not the Edmonton Oilers’ finest hour, but a big loss to their Battle of Alberta archrivals might have been instrumental to their playoff push.
The Edmonton Elks released veteran Canadian receiver Tevaun Smith on Tuesday.
The old Crown and Anchor bar in Red Deer, Alta., was famous for its line drawn down the middle when hosting hockey fans during the fierce Battle of Alberta playoff games of the late-1980s.
While many hockey fans in Edmonton were glued to the Calgary Flames Game 7 Sunday night, some Oilers players slept through it.
Prince Charles and Camila, Duchess of Cornwall, met with Indigenous delegates over Canada's residential schools. Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Prince Charles and Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will attend a service at Ottawa's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral today as they visit the national capital.
While the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association shows that the average price of a home in Canada declined month-over-month, Canadians still spent more on home purchases in April 2022 than they did one year before. CTVNews.ca has gathered properties from across the country, listed at what is considered the average price of a home in their respective regions.
A number of social media users captured Saskatchewan's first apparent first tornado of 2022 on Tuesday evening.
Casey White and Vicky White paid a man to help them book an Indiana hotel room during their time on the run after the inmate and corrections officer slipped away from an Alabama jail, setting off an 11-day manhunt.
Etiquette expert Julie Blais Comeau answers your questions about how to address the royal couple, how to dress if you're meeting them, and whether or not you can ask for a selfie.
A Tuesday night fire in a southeast neighbourhood has left one man dead.
Crews remained at the scene of a house fire in the northwest community of Varsity on Wednesday morning.
A former employee of Epic Alliance says the firm sometimes "pushed" for higher appraisals on homes sold to landlords and would rent to tenants who would "destroy" properties
With the University of Saskatchewan research team monitoring the city's wastewater for signs of COVID-19 noting an 85 per cent drop in its latest update, experts in the city say the trend is cause for cautious optimism.
Saskatoon Police Service officers are not permitted to wear Thin Blue Line patches, according to a report to the Board of Police Commissioners.
A former doctor on trial for sexual assault is expected to receive a verdict from a Regina judge on Wednesday.
Some food vendors at Mosaic Stadium are pausing preparations for the preseason as the CFL strike has potential to postpone the first exhibition game of the year.
A former RCMP officer told a Nova Scotia public inquiry on Tuesday that a tweet warning the public about the mass shooter driving a replica police vehicle should have been sent immediately after he ordered it, not two crucial hours later.
The police officer who fatally shot a 26-year-old Indigenous woman during a wellness check in Edmundston, N.B., two years ago says he doesn't know why things escalated so quickly.
A man from Dartmouth, N.S., has been charged and is due in court after the RCMP says a sign on his cabin was "promoting hatred."
COVID-19 hospitalizations in Ontario stand at 1,248 as of Wednesday morning as health officials report 163 individuals with the virus in intensive care.
Toronto’s mayor appeared to dismiss a promise by the NDP to restore council to its pre-2018 size when asked Wednesday, saying revisiting the Ford government’s controversial council cutting exercise would be more trouble than it’s worth.
Another teenage boy has been charged following an armed carjacking in Toronto last week, as the city faces a growing number of carjackings.
Peppered with questions on Bill 96, Legault said there's been 'disinformation' spreading, in his opinion -- and that on one important question, health care, many critics of the bill are wrong. In fact, the bill is confusing on that point and the details still haven't been fully explained.
Animal rights activists have filed a lawsuit against the City of Longueuil and the Quebec government for what they are calling an "unnecessary and cruel slaughter" to control the deer population at Michel-Chartrand Park.
Quebec reported a drop of 35 hospitalizations for COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with 14 more deaths from the virus.
The search continued Tuesday for a man police say may have information about the death of an 8-year-old boy in Cambridge. Neighbours also shared their concerns about the police response.
Provincial police have launched an investigation after human remains were found in the water in Dunnville, just northwest of Port Maitland.