The number of wildfires burning in Alberta's protected forest areas has continued to drop.
In a day of last-ditch Alberta election endorsements, former Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi backed NDP Leader Rachel Notley on Friday while former Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper urged voters a second time to step up for the United Conservatives' Danielle Smith.
Alberta's main election rivals are staying busy in the final days of the campaign.
Canada's competition watchdog is putting its weight behind some longtime cannabis industry asks including easing restrictions on cannabis packaging and adjusting limits on how much of pot's psychoactive component can be in edible products.
Public school trustees in Edmonton are blaming the provincial government for a plan passed Friday that will result in fewer teachers and more students next year.
Mortgage delinquencies are expected to rise by more than one-third of current levels over the next year, according to some economists. If you anticipate being unable to make your payments and decide to sell your home, here's what an expert says you should consider.
Ukraine's military intelligence has claimed, without offering evidence, that Russia is plotting a 'large-scale provocation' at a nuclear power plant it occupies in the southeast of the country with the aim of disrupting a looming Ukrainian counteroffensive.
An attorney for an 11-year-old Mississippi boy who was shot by a police officer after he called 911 for help said Thursday there was 'no way' the boy could have been mistaken for an adult.
Members of the Ukrainian community are asking that Russia be excluded from the 2023 Edmonton Heritage Festival.
Fort Edmonton Park welcomed guests back to the park Saturday.
The city is inviting Edmontonians to celebrate the nice weather with a splash at city hall for Splash Day.
The theme for the 42nd annual Edmonton International Fringe Theatre Festival has been announced.
Rideshare company Lyft is now operating in Edmonton and Calgary.
Edmonton Folk Music Festival unveiled on Wednesday a lineup headlined by banjo and fiddle masters Allison de Groot and Tatiana Hargreaves, Ukrainian quartet DakhaBrakha, Old Crow Medicine Show and genre-mixing Ben Harper.
K-Days announced its 2023 lineup Tuesday, featuring a mix of genres and eras for the festival’s free concert series.
The city has acquired 190 acres of parkland to open a new park along the North Saskatchewan River in northeast Edmonton.
Sunday marked day two of the Edmonton International Cat Festival, and participants marked the occasion by participating in cat yoga.
The 12th annual Distinguished Gentleman's Ride for motorcyclists was held in Edmonton on Sunday.
Ukrainian newcomer Ivan Pylypchuck isn't one to hold a grudge - even after literally being stabbed in the back.
The 27-year-old man who died in a crash in north-central Edmonton early Thursday morning was driving a stolen vehicle and fleeing from its owner, police say.
A person was stabbed near a school in west Edmonton Wednesday afternoon.
Two men have been charged with arson after a historic church in northern Alberta was destroyed by a fire Monday.
Advance polls open as Alberta's election campaign continues in the final week before voting day on May 29.
The wait is over: After 27 years, the Florida Panthers -- a hockey punchline no more -- are again going to play for the game's grandest prize.
The Calgary Flames promoted from within and have given former player Craig Conroy his first job as an NHL general manager.
Smoke, rain, thunder and lightning wreaked havoc on the CFL’s pre-season opener at McMahon Stadium on Monday.
The Toronto Maple Leafs and Edmonton Oilers were eliminated in the second round of this year's NHL playoffs to stretch Canada's title drought to a head-scratching 30 years.
The CFL will live stream both exhibition and regular-season games starting in 2023.