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Alberta’s Opposition leader says Premier Danielle Smith's assurance of a thorough investigation into allegations of interference with Crown prosecutors is "an empty talking point" given new details on the search itself.
The Alberta government says it is pausing private passenger vehicle insurance rate increases through the end of 2023 after hearing concerns from drivers about affordability, but experts say most drivers will still see a rate increase.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith's promise to assemble a panel of medical experts to deliver ongoing advice on public health and COVID-19 will be covered off by former Reform Party Leader Preston Manning's pandemic review, her office said Wednesday.
Alberta's UCP government is looking for people who want to own and operate hydrogen fuelling stations.
Alberta's justice minister began a three-day Law Society of Alberta hearing Tuesday to answer allegations he broke the lawyers' code of conduct.
Edmonton's mayor has unveiled a multi-billion dollar wish list – including money for affordable housing, hydrogen buses and upgrades to Commonwealth Stadium – as Alberta works on a new budget.
The Alberta government says it could not find any emails to substantiate allegations one of Premier Danielle Smith's staffers wrote to Crown prosecutors to try to influence how they handled cases tied to the blockade last year at the Coutts border crossing.
The self-proclaimed spiritual leader accused of sexually assaulting four of his female followers between 2017 and 2020 made his first court appearance in Edmonton.
New details have emerged in an ongoing civil lawsuit against the City of Leduc as court documents detail allegations that women working as firefighters experienced systemic discrimination and sexual assault.
The city and other stakeholders in downtown Edmonton say more help is needed to address social issues in the area.
An Edmonton woman and her daughter whose catalytic converter was stolen in 2022 have won $25,000 for a product police believe will deter thieves from stealing the automotive part.
A man and a woman were charged after a 41-year-old man died earlier this month. Adam Garrant died in hospital after he was assaulted in a home in the area of 172 Avenue and 102 Street on Jan. 12.
Three people have been arrested in connection with two homicides in Edmonton last January and a Canada-wide warrant has been issued for two other people.
Though you won't be able to sit on the old, cracked pleather benches and take in the thick smell of gravy and fries, while the gentle sound of clanging dishes provides the soundtrack for your lunch, Zellers plans to roll out food trucks for those 'craving a taste of nostalgia.'
The crash happened in the area of Highway 2 and Highway 581 just before 11:30 a.m.
Upward of five centimetres of snow fell in Calgary early Friday morning and officials said conditions were good, but the situation deteriorated later on Friday, leading to plenty of crashes and road closures.
The quiet streets of Coutts are a stark contrast to one year ago, when more than 100 vehicles blocked the highway in opposition to COVID-19 measures
The High Performance Rodeo is in full throttle as Chinook Blast kicks off in a blizzard
A homeless man who caused $1 million in damage to Calgary's Peace Bridge was released from custody after his sentencing hearing Friday.
Nigel Edgar Cross, a 24-year-old who also goes by Nigel Edgar Powder, did not return to his Castlepark Road home on Jan. 10.
While outcomes like hospitalizations and intensive care unit (ICU) stays are declining for diseases such as COVID-19 and influenza, Alberta hospitals remain busy with people suffering from various respiratory illnesses.
Alberta RCMP are looking for the owner of a stray pony found abandoned in the area of Penhold.
Dozens of RV lease holders are worried they may lose tens of thousands of dollars after the Wolf Creek Golf Resort went into receivership.
Alberta Environment is investigating how a family's water well near a gravel mine became so contaminated by lead it's no longer drinkable.
The three girls reported missing to the RCMP in Red Deer last Sunday have been found safe, police said on Friday.
A billboard campaign in Red Deer has been launched by family members of a cyclist killed last year to help find the driver who hit her and then left her to die.
A Red Deer man met an unlikely four-legged foe while walking through his neighbourhood.
Lethbridge police are seeking public assistance in identifying a suspect in an early August assault.
When Susan Eymann and Jeff MacDonald said they were getting a new pet in February, they weren’t exactly kidding.
A 56-year-old Lethbridge man faces multiple charges after police recovered $37,000 worth of stolen property connected to a Wednesday break-in at a commercial compound.
The rebuilding process is continuing as those in and near Waterton Lakes National Park honour the five-year anniversary of the Kenow wildfire.
A summer with mostly clear skies above Lethbridge has come to an end.