Premier Danielle Smith invoked Alberta’s sovereignty act on Monday to implement new measures in her fight against Ottawa’s looming clean electricity rules while conceding she didn't need the act to put the changes in place.
Between cuts to existing services and approval of new spending, Edmonton city council on Monday voted to reduce next year's proposed property tax increase by almost half a percentage point to 6.6 per cent from the proposed 7.09 per cent.
The run of daytime highs above 0 C will come to an end later this week.
Life expectancy for Canadians decreased for the third straight year in 2022, and more people died of COVID-19 than in any other year since the pandemic began, according to a report released Monday.
The Alberta and federal governments are facing a potential class-action lawsuit over how the province handled payments for children in care.
Rescuers in northern India have successfully removed all 41 workers trapped in a collapsed tunnel under the Himalayas, the climax of a 17-day rescue operation to drill through rock and debris.
A truce between Israel and Hamas entered its fifth day on Tuesday, with the militant group promising to release more civilian hostages to delay the expected resumption of the war and Israel under growing pressure to spare Palestinian civilians when the fighting resumes.
The Alberta Council of Women's Shelters says domestic violence is on the rise in the province.
Firefighters were called early Monday morning to a southwest Edmonton home for the second time in four months.
The Oil Kings will host their 16th annual Teddy Bear Toss game this Friday.
Hundreds of ninjas battled it out on obstacle courses in Edmonton over the weekend.
One of Edmonton's biggest and longest-running craft fairs is coming to an end.
To help address growing food insecurity in Edmonton, 15 city buses parked outside Save On Foods stores across Edmonton on Saturday to collect donations.
The opportunity to pull clubs out of their golf bags in late November sold one couple on a journey to a course north of St. Albert, Alta. – all the way from Saskatchewan.
An award-winning role-playing game created by an Edmonton man is getting a makeover.
While Christmas is more than a month away, some Edmonton businesses are finding ways for people to enjoy the festivities leading up to the holiday through a childhood staple: advent calendars.
Five Lowe's locations in the Edmonton area are being rebranded Rona+ "over the coming weeks," according to a media release from Rona, a Canadian home-improvement and construction materials retail chain owned by U.S. equity firm Sycamore Partners.
Albertans will get the chance to travel back in time next year as the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) unveils new feature exhibition "Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia."