A man was shot to death Sunday morning at the Sunchild First Nation gas station.
West Edmonton Mall was locked down late Saturday afternoon after a shopper was seen with a gun.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says flu season is officially underway in this country. As of Nov. 25, 7.5 per cent of people tested for influenza across Canada were positive.
Ski clubs worked around the clock to get ready for skiers and snowboarders on opening weekend.
A mother and her 14-year-old daughter are advocating for better protections for victims after AI-generated nude images of the teen and other female classmates were circulated at a high school in New Jersey.
An elected official for the Town of Devon should be kicked out of her council seat, the town's mayor said Friday, the day after she was sentenced to 120 days in jail.
An inmate has died at Her Majesty's Penitentiary in Newfoundland, one of the oldest operating provincial jails in the country, officials with the provincial Justice Department confirmed.
A person is in serious condition after being hit by a semi truck on the QE II Highway at Gasoline Alley Friday.
Nearly 15,000 stuffed toys hit the ice at Rogers Place Friday night for the Edmonton Oil Kings Teddy Bear Toss.
Are you looking to buy a live Christmas tree for the holidays? CTV News Edmonton has compiled a list of some of the businesses in the Edmonton-area selling trees in 2023.
A year ago, temperatures dipped much lower at a major snowboarding event held at Edmonton's Commonwealth Stadium, but even with warmer temperatures now, organizers promise there will be plenty of the white stuff to stage the 2023 edition that features the world's largest temporary structure for the sport.
Local breweries in Edmonton are finding unique ways to give back this holiday season.
Organizers say this year's Christmas market at Fort Edmonton Park is the biggest yet.
For years, Dusty LeGrande has added his own touch to clothing, his way of teaching people about Indigenous history.
A local business owner who closed her store recently due to an economic downturn is now trying to drum up support for other small businesses.
An Edmonton woman is donating proceeds of her baking to support Gaza.