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A security guard is dead after an altercation in an Edmonton parkade, the Edmonton Police Service has confirmed.
Two people were taken to hospital after a stabbing at West Edmonton Mall on Family Day.
The head of the association representing 46,000 teachers in Alberta is calling on the province to help with growing classroom sizes and inflation.
Alberta is declaring an early start to the 2024 wildfire season. The province, announced Tuesday the fire season is now underway as a result of warmer-than-normal temperatures and below-average precipitation.
Premier Danielle Smith is scheduled to give a television address to Albertans on Wednesday evening.
Alberta’s flu season has yet to end, but it’s already ranking as the deadliest in recent memory since the mid-1990s when reliable stats were first tracked.
A local mental health organization unveiled a mural on Tuesday to honour Colby Cave, the former Edmonton Oiler who died in 2020.
Though Canada’s inflation rate dropped in January, in Alberta it increased.
Several Edmonton restaurants are going to extremes with their menu items.
An Edmonton woman is grateful to be back playing the game she loves after suffering a stroke that left her paralyzed on one side.
Hours before before the end of the second-annual Ben Stelter Memorial Cup, organizers said it was looking like the event would supass it's $60,000 fundraising goal.
The Edmonton Valley Zoo has welcomed two new female arctic wolves to the pack.
The two-day UIAA Ice Climbing World Championships kicked off at the Ice District Fan Park Saturday.
Family Day in Alberta is Monday, February 19. Here are some of the things that are happening in and around Edmonton to mark the occasion.
An Edmonton researcher is working to debunk the "soulmate myth," saying the key to a happy relationship is choosing someone rather than finding "the one."
Edmontonians are being invited to experience classic Disney films in a new way.