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An Independent Alberta MLA has been ordered to pay $1,500 for each day he spent trying to break into the province's vaccine portal to prove the website wasn't perfectly secure, a judge ruled on Tuesday.
Premier Danielle Smith says she is glad to see many employers and businesses who are changing their protocols on vaccination but critics are suggesting these changes are being made because of "harassment and threats."
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is reversing a promise to enshrine human rights protections for the COVID-19 unvaccinated in law this fall.
Premier Danielle Smith said last week that she is "far from perfect" and can "make mistakes" – but has declined to give further details about what specifically she was referring to.
The next session of Alberta's legislature, and the first led by Premier Danielle Smith, will begin Tuesday.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is defending new rules ordering schools to provide in-person learning during the current wave of viral illnesses, saying a clear, measured response is crucial for students and parents.
In a bid to 'protect and enhance educational choice,' Alberta banned all K-12 school authorities and early childhood learning operators from implementing mask mandates and pivoting to online-only learning.
At least two earthquakes were reported in northern Alberta Tuesday evening, with some saying the shakes were felt in Edmonton.
Edmonton police are investigating after a man was found dead in an encampment Tuesday afternoon.
Commonwealth Stadium will be getting much more snow than the rest of the city this week as it prepares to welcome the world's best snowboarders.
A new welding program at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) is preparing to graduate its first batch of welders, with employers saying there are more than enough jobs to greet them.
Alberta RCMP's Major Crimes Unit is investigating the death of a 40-year-old man in Fort McMurray two weeks ago.
Police are investigating the death of a man in High Prairie.
Edmonton has activated its extreme weather response for the first time this cold weather season as of 8 a.m. on Tuesday to help keep vulnerable members of the population safe.
As temperatures continue to drop, Calgary police need your help to find a missing senior, fast.
The Calgary Board of Education said Monday that more than 10,000 of its students were out of class with some sort of illness.
City officials are sharing details of a new vehicle that will ride the rails of Calgary's new Green Line.
Calgary police are investigating after a man was shot in the city’s southeast on Tuesday.
Public safety specialists in Kananaskis Country keep constant watch of snow conditions.
Three family members from Calgary are the winners of a $1-million lottery prize.
Charges are pending after RCMP and postal inspectors in east-central Alberta found a Canada Post employee had been stashing mail.
A woman from Red Deer plans to use her recent $1 million Lotto Max win to have the honeymoon of her dreams.
A package of Sour Patch Kids that returned a "presumptive positive" for fentanyl has been cleared after further testing, RCMP announced Thursday.
New ICU patients in Red Deer are being diverted to facilities in Calgary or Edmonton, Alberta Health Services confirms.
Nine record lows were set in Alberta Thursday morning. In the Edmonton region, only the Stony Plain weather station hit a new record low, with temperatures bottoming out at -23.8. That breaks the old record of -21.0 from 1966.
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.