A proposal to build a gondola over Edmonton's river valley took centre stage at city hall Wednesday as councillors openly discussed the pros and cons of the project with dozens of stakeholders and members of the public.
As the Alberta government continues to acknowledge "real strain" in the province's hospitals, at least one rural doctor believes the situation is far worse than the UCP will admit.
Six of the seven United Conservative Party candidates vying for the party's leadership will discuss education spending, policy and the future of teaching in Alberta with teachers from across the province Wednesday afternoon.
Ben Stelter has died. His father made the announcement on social media on Wednesday.
The Valley Line Southeast LRT will not open this summer as planned. The CEO of TransEd announced at Davies Station on Wednesday cracks had been found on three concrete piers that support the elevated tracks.
Albertans will no longer have to travel to Edmonton or Calgary to get a monkeypox vaccination.
The man police found dead in the stairwell of an apartment building in east central Edmonton late last month was stabbed, an autopsy found last week.
A teepee was raised at the Fringe Festival grounds on Thursday morning to kick off the Indigenous theatre space, pêhonân.
Students at St. Teresa of Calcutta Catholic Elementary School returned to class on Wednesday.
Alberta’s first alpine coaster has officially opened in Red Deer, and it’s already a popular tourist attraction. The Canyon Coaster at the Canyon Ski Resort in Red Deer opened on Friday. The General Manager of Canyon Ski Resort David Martel said they did more than 500 rides per day on opening weekend.
If Edmonton does go ahead with a new gondola over the North Saskatchewan River, a local businessman has a grand idea for what to surround it with on the southern edge of the valley.
After two days in the mid 20s in Edmonton...temperatures are set to ramp up for the next week and a half.
West Edmonton Mall is looking for suggestions for names for its newest resident, a California Sea Lion pup.
Edmonton Folk Music Festival organizers and volunteers are hard at work ahead of the festival's sold-out return.
Edmontonians will have the chance to see the Toronto Raptors play in their own city this fall.
Taste of Edmonton organizers say this year's event shattered expectations as Sunday marked the last day of festivities.
The Blueberry Bluegrass Festival is wrapping up Sunday in Stony Plain after several days of unique musical experiences, according to organizers.
Canada's first California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) opened its doors in Edmonton this weekend to large fanfare.
Whyte Avenue has gone to the dogs. The Old Strathcona Business Association (OSBA) has launched a new pet-friendly business map that highlights more than 80 shops, services, and restaurant patios where canines are welcome.
Ottawa's plan to stop handgun imports into Canada has some gun owners and experts in Alberta calling it an overreach that could have unintended consequences.
A Parkland County intersection known as the "death trap" or the "devil's intersection" for how many fatal crashes it causes claimed another person's life this week, with residents continuing to push for a redesign.
The shadow of scandal hangs over the World Junior Championships set to start in Edmonton next week.
For Catholic leaders in Edmonton, being able to host the Pope means an opportunity of a lifetime, with the hope his visit will reinvigorate the local faith community and reconciliation efforts.
The head of the Catholic church delivered on Monday an apology to Indigenous people on their own land for its role in Canada's residential schools and the traumas experienced there.
Canada scored three unanswered goals in the first period, including one on the power play, and went on to defeat Sweden 4-3 on Monday in the final exhibition tune-up before Tuesday's start of the rescheduled 2022 World Junior Hockey Championship at Rogers Place.
Just seven games into his first season as a CFL starter, B.C. Lions star Nathan Rourke is already breaking his own records.
The Alberta U15 men's team beat Nova Scotia to secure bronze in the 2022 National Basketball Championships on Saturday.
Canada scored early and often and also stayed out of the penalty box en route to a 4-1 victory over Sweden in the gold-medal final of the Hlinka Gretzky Cup.
The Edmonton Elks will aim to snap a 12-game losing skid to West Division representatives on Saturday when they visit the B.C. Lions in Vancouver.
Health-care advocates are disappointed by the lack of detailed solutions from the Ontario government’s throne speech.
A Canadian Armed Forces veteran has been charged with murder in connection to a mass shooting in Belize that left two people dead and eight others injured.
A new survey finds more Canadians report a strong attachment to their primary language than to other markers of identity, including the country they call home.
A B.C. performer is recovering after taking a bullet to the chest in Los Angeles last month.
Law enforcement in Hawaii on Wednesday arrested social media model Courtney Clenney on a charge of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon.
A well-known real estate agent and media personality in Brampton, Ont. was viciously attacked in broad daylight in his own driveway by three men, two of whom appeared to be wielding an axe and a machete.
A Saskatoon mother who stands accused of faking her own death, as well as her son's, and illegally entering the U.S. is defending her actions.
Olivia Newton-John, the singer and 'Grease' star who died on Monday in the United States, will receive a state memorial service in Australia, Victorian state Premier Dan Andrews announced Thursday.
The Indian capital reintroduced public mask mandates on Thursday as COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the country.
The ongoing protests in the Netherlands, by farmers opposed to their government’s plan to slash nitrogen oxide emissions by 50 per cent by 2030, have drawn attention to Canadian farmers’ concerns over an emissions reduction target set by the Canadian government. But the policies set out by the Dutch government and the Canadian government are fundamentally different, experts say.
The man accused of killing a 26-year-old Banff man last week is expected to appear in court on Wednesday.
Temperatures in Calgary are expected to eclipse 30 degrees for much of the next week, but the Calgary Zoo says it will keep animals cool.
Former students are working to bring a class action lawsuit against the Saskatoon school where they allege they suffered physical and sexual abuse.
The Regina Police Service (RPS) is asking for help in locating three missing young children, including an infant, who are believed to be with their mother who does not have custody of them
The Saskatchewan NDP has been butting heads with the provincial government over the timing of cost of living relief.
Wildfires shut down the highway into town, the band had to be boated in and some guests made an exit on a fishing vessel, but the Newfoundland town of Harbour Breton hosted its Come Home Year party last weekend anyway.
Interruptions, suspensions and closures of different units – mostly obstetrics and pediatric services – in northern New Brunswick continue to concern leaders in that region.
The former CEO of the IWK Health Centre has been sentenced to five months in jail for using public money to pay for more than $45,000 worth of personal expenses.
A young girl has been safely reunited with her parents after a scary close call with a TTC train at Warden Subway station overnight.
Temporary emergency room closures and increased wait times have become increasingly common in Ontario as the province's health-care system grapples with staffing shortages.
Two shootings that occurred within minutes of each other in Montreal's northeast end have left one person dead and two others injured.
A new study shows that religious minorities in Quebec, particularly women, feel less safe and less welcome in the social fabric of society since the adoption of the province's secularism law, commonly known as Bill 21.
Montreal public health officials are investigating three cases of Legionnaires' Disease, including one death.
A man has pleaded guilty to uttering a threat against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during a campaign stop in Cambridge last year.
Dozens of local cadets are putting their skills to the test in Guelph this week.