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Alberta is three days away from learning who its next premier is.
Don't cry for me, Alberta, I was leaving anyway. It's Premier Jason Kenney's swan song message as he prepares to depart the province's top job, forced out by the very United Conservative Party he willed into existence.
The province unveiled images of a new permanent statue to be placed on Alberta legislature grounds that will honour residential school survivors and the children that never made it home.
A meteorite with special significance is being returned to Indigenous people after more than 100 years.
Alberta doctors have ratified a proposed agreement with the provincial government.
Alberta's health-care system is playing catch-up to pre-pandemic times as new documents obtained by CTV News show the system is underperforming and failing to achieve targets it set out for itself.
A candidate to become the next premier of Alberta has all but abandoned a vaccine lawsuit she collected GoFundMe donations for, and instead she claims to have given roughly $60,000 to the Justice Centre For Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF).
A 25-year-old man is facing seven charges after RCMP say he was caught trafficking cocaine, methamphetamine and fentanyl in Grande Prairie.
The Alberta government says it is set to become the first province in Canada to regulate psychedelic therapies for mental health disorders
Marni Panas has been going to Edmonton Elks games for decades, cheering on the team from the stands. This year, she decided to try something different and cheered them on from the field.
Police are investigating after a man’s body was found in a body of water in Strathcona County.
The return of World Wrestling Entertainment to Edmonton ended up being a dream come true for a group of local wrestlers.
As the holiday season approaches, food banks across Canada are desperate for donations due to an increasing amount of clients. As inflation hits all Canadians, those who feel the impact most are the vulnerable communities with the highest food insecurity rates.
Thousands of mail-in ballots in the United Conservative Party leadership vote have been rejected and now some voters are receiving phone calls and emails telling them they'll have to vote in person on Thursday.
Strathmore RCMP say three people are facing charges after police uncovered a large amount of stolen property being stored at a rural property in Wheatland County.
A man is in hospital after his motorcycle went off the road and hit a fence in Calgary’s northwest on Wednesday.
Police have put a name to a man believed to be behind a pair of arsons in the northwest Calgary community of Varsity.
Alberta Parks is warning visitors to Kananaskis country against relying solely on AllTrails, a crowd-sourced app, that the organization says has placed hikers in peril.
The Alberta government is pledging more than $73 million toward the province's aviation and aerospace industry – a move it says will foster growth and make Calgary a hub for travel.
This week, Jay McNeil returned to the organization he played his entire CFL career for — this time in a business suit.
Police are investigating a homicide at the O’Chiese First Nation.
Two men were arrested Monday and charged with attempted murder in connection to a shooting in central Alberta several days earlier.
A police dog underwent surgery Wednesday night after a violent takedown of a man accused of pointing a gun at officers, RCMP announced Thursday.
After no longer accepting patients in August, the emergency department at the hospital in Consort, Alta., will remain closed until October due to "significant staffing shortages."
Trauma surgeon Matt Strickland knows first hand the harm that firearms can do, so he's hoping a new investment into preventing gun violence in Red Deer works.
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.