Boyle Street Community Services say a city tribunal has revoked the development permit for its new headquarters and service centre.
Police are warning owners of high-end Ram pickup trucks to be aware after a series of thefts of the trucks since early November.
The City of Edmonton is projecting a small surplus this year of nearly $70 million, with council mulling how best to incorporate that money into a challenging budget cycle.
Alberta welding companies say they’re having trouble bidding on projects because they can’t find enough workers.
A Sherwood Park woman says representing Canada at Miss Wheelchair World in Tijuana, Mexico was "the most amazing experience."
An Alberta boy and his parents are headed to Washington, D.C., to participate in a trial which will hopefully shrink away the terminal tumour in the six-year-old's brain.
Commercial flights in and out of Region of Waterloo International Airport were cancelled Friday after a Flair Airlines plane carrying 140 people overran the runway during landing.
NASA's Orion capsule entered an orbit stretching tens of thousands of kilometres around the moon Friday, as it neared the halfway mark of its test flight.
On the stand at the federal inquiry examining the federal government's invocation of the Emergencies Act, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed candidly that a central factor in his historic decision to enact unprecedented powers to shut down the 'Freedom Convoy' protests, was his fear of what could happen if he didn't.
Worker paycheques in the province that once led the country in wage growth have flatlined, but experts say the double whammy of inflation and labour shortages mean Alberta businesses are poised to face a reckoning on wages soon.
The ostrich round-up is still ongoing in Taber, Alta., but the community is using a bit of humour over the situation to rustle up a bit of scratch for the local food bank.
With the holiday shopping season in full swing, the Downtown Business Association is hoping to bring shoppers back to the city’s core by launching a new gift card.
A person in northern Alberta was seriously injured trying to prevent their vehicle from being stolen, RCMP say.
Winnipeg police say two people wanted in connection with the shooting death of a Winnipeg man last month were arrested in Alberta.
An Edmonton company is giving back this Black Friday.
Advent calendars used to be associated with childhood, opening a little door every day and receiving a chocolate, but that’s no longer the case.
Two Edmontonians have found themselves linked for life through a shared interest in owning an odd piece of the city's history.
Edmonton musician Josh Sahunta doesn't even have a Netflix subscription, but he's on there. That fact actually came as a shock to him.
For the first time, transit users in the greater Edmonton area were able to use the Arc e-fare payment system on Monday when boarding buses and the LRT.
Local artists battled each other on Sunday in support of the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation for the sixth annual Art for Hearth fundraiser.
Unique gifts were on offer this weekend in Edmonton, connecting shoppers with local vendors.
Local bars are preparing for Canada’s first World Cup game later this week.
A growing trend of ranchers deciding to leave the industry as the cost of doing business continues to surge has some calling for industry change and awareness of what farmers go through to get meat to market.
Mounties in Fort McMurray are looking for help after 13 trucks and SUVs were stolen from a local dealership.
Alberta's premier is dipping into the province's surplus to help people struggling with the rising cost of living with rebates, tax breaks and cheques bound for families, seniors and people with disabilities.
Two people were home Sunday afternoon when a semi truck crashed into their house near the small Alberta town of Onoway.
Kelsey Ouellette experienced a 'life-changing event' months before she was shot dead in central Edmonton, investigators have revealed, pleading for anyone with information about the event to come forward.
The Edmonton Stingers have announced that head coach and general manager Jermaine Small is no longer with the team.
Ilya Sorokin made a career-high 49 saves and Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice early in the second period as the New York Islanders beat the Edmonton Oilers 3-0 on Wednesday night.
Canada was punished for missing chances during its opening World Cup game as Michy Batshuayi scored to give Belgium a 1-0 win. Alphonso Davies missed a penalty in the early stages of the game following a handball offence.
A broken nose is not stopping Jack Campbell from wanting to get back into the net for the Edmonton Oilers.
In less than 24 hours, Canada returns to the biggest stage in professional soccer, the FIFA Men’s World Cup. CTVNews.ca takes a look at what you need to know ahead of the monumental game on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Trudeau testifies at the Emergencies Act inquiry; meanwhile, wait-times and understaffing continue to plague hospitals.
After six weeks, more than 70 witnesses, and the submission of more than 7,000 documents into evidence, the public hearing portion of the Public Order Emergency Commission wrapped up on Friday.
Health Canada has issued a recall for an educational children's toy, which may contain above-legal amounts of lead.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made an appearance on Friday's episode of "Canada's Drag Race: Canada vs. the World" to offer the contestants words of inspiration before the main challenge.
A new study has confirmed the authenticity of an ancient Roman coin long considered fake but which researchers now believe depicts the image of a forgotten emperor.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gambled just by showing up. And he appears to have won in the court of reasonable public opinion, Don Martin writes in an exclusive column for CTVNews.ca.
A marriage annulment that removed a B.C. woman as a beneficiary from her ex-husband's pension plan has been cancelled after a judge determined an "imposter" had agreed to the terms in court.
The federal government is extending employment insurance sickness benefits to 26 weeks, up from 15 weeks, Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough announced on Friday.
A man who killed a woman and her young daughter before burying them in a shallow grave near Calgary is appealing his sentence and conviction on a charge of second-degree murder.
On Wednesday, November 16, Carly Tonkin says she was walking home with her dog through a park in the Brighton neighbourhood when she was approached.
A Saskatchewan woman has been awarded $160,000 after she successfully sued a former partner for sharing intimate images of her online.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies had one goal in mind when the season began in August: to win the Vanier Cup.
Two Indigenous sisters, who are among Canada’s longest serving female inmates, saw each other for the first time in 18 years, outside a Yorkton courthouse on Thursday.
Saskatchewan chief medical health officer Dr. Saqib Shahab is stressing the need for more people to get vaccinated against influenza.
The Salvation Army launched its Christmas Kettle Campaign last week and is looking for more volunteers to help out.
A Moncton family is breathing a sigh of relief after police misidentified a body found, but questions remain about how law enforcement made the serious mix-up.
A new proposal from Nova Scotia Power would see electricity rates rise nearly 14 per cent by 2024, despite efforts to limit increases by the province.
The two host provinces for next month's world junior hockey championship are requiring the sport's governing body to oversee anti-harassment and sexual assault prevention training for all staff and players ahead of the tournament.
Police have shot two men suspected in a string of Markham, Ont. home invasions Friday morning, killing one.
Hillary Clinton, former U.S. presidential nominee, was spotted crossing paths with the president of Estonia while shopping at a Toronto bookstore this week.
A 64-year-old Ontario lottery winner has hit the jackpot twice in just one year.
All Quebecers are now eligible to get their influenza shot for free, Quebec announced Friday morning, in an 'exceptional' move pushed by a particularly strong flu season and increased traffic in emergency rooms.
The lawyer for a Montreal man accused of wilfully promoting hatred against Jews argued in court on Friday that the prosecution failed to properly define Nazism or present evidence about what happened during the Holocaust.
Quebec will appeal a recent court decision banning random roadside stops by police. The ruling was hailed by some as a positive step against racial profiling, but the province says it harms police work and doesn't address the root problem.
Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year in the United States of America, but the deals can also be found north of the border in Canada.
The completion date of a multi-million dollar construction project at Silver Lake in Waterloo Park has been pushed back further after it was supposed to be finished this past summer.