A Junior C hockey player says he is lucky to be alive after his neck was sliced open by a hockey skate last week in an act his parents believe – and the referee ruled – was an intentional kick.
A new report from Statistics Canada estimates how much parents will spend on children over the course of their lifetime.
A big chunk of land in south Edmonton is one step closer to becoming homes and businesses after Alliance MJ Developments Ltd. announced Wednesday it has purchased the 10-hectare site.
Rideau Hall is apologizing for the historic appointment of a man who fought for a Nazi unit in the Second World War, to the Order of Canada. Now, Gov. Gen. Mary Simon's office says it is examining two subsequent medals granted in the last two decades. This, as Jewish advocacy groups say the recent and resurfacing recognitions further make their case for the need to unseal Holocaust-related records.
A three-storey walk-up in north central Edmonton was evacuated Wednesday morning because of a fire.
Keyera Corp. is marking the opening of its KAPS pipeline, a 575-kilometre pipeline in Alberta which will provide additional transportation capacity to natural gas producers in Western Canada.
Showers continue in areas south and west of Edmonton AND in northeastern Alberta.
A 60-year-old woman is dead after a crash near Hondo, Alta., on Sunday.
Free non-perishable food items and books are now available 24 hours a day in northwest Edmonton – for anyone who needs them.
The province's first Filipino concept park opened Sunday in south Edmonton.
A ceremony was held on Friday to mark the reopening of Edmonton's Queen Elizabeth Planetarium after years of restoration work.
An Edmonton man won $50 million in a lottery draw earlier this month.
Ground was broken Wednesday on a transitional housing project on Fort Road in Edmonton, a place the leader of the Dene Tha' First Nation hopes will soon become a launchpad for big accomplishments by Treaty 8 youth.
The grand prize being offered for a November bull-riding finals event in Edmonton is getting a boost.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band have postponed the remainder of their 2023 tour dates, including a stop in Edmonton on Nov. 6.
On Sept. 27, the CTV News Edmonton drone flew over Hawrelak Park to see the progress on the park rehabilitation.
Two people are dead after a bear attack in Alberta's Banff National Park.
The University of Alberta is apologizing for having an endowment fund provided by Yaroslav Hunka, the Nazi veteran recognized in Parliament last week.
A dog on a ranch near Barrhead, Alta., is feline fine about mothering abandoned kittens.
Edmonton police released suspect photos Wednesday as officers investigate a hate-motivated mischief case that happened during the local "1MillionMarch4Children" protest last week.
A five-year-old boy who disappeared from Frog Lake First Nation was found Tuesday evening, more than 24 hours after he disappeared.
Xavier Bourgault scored twice, Jack Campbell stopped 31 shots and the Edmonton Oilers snapped the Seattle Kraken's NHL pre-season unbeaten run with a 4-1 win at Climate Pledge Arena on Monday.
Brandon Sutter has retired from the National Hockey League.
After almost one year, Edmonton Oilers former defenceman-turned-special advisor Steve Staios is leaving the club for a second time.
As dynamic an offensive team as the Edmonton Oilers have been over the past few seasons, work without the puck has been a major focus for the club that has aspirations of making a deeper NHL playoff run.
He's moved his team into playoff contention — barely — but Tre Ford has provided the Edmonton Elks and their beleaguered fans with something much more tangible: Hope for the future.