Fly and Fetch, a company based in Edmonton, delivers packages around the world.
A person was killed during a robbery in Edmonton's Forest Heights neighbourhood Monday morning.
A 14-year-old swimmer is believed to have been caught in a current and swept downstream in the North Saskatchewan River.
Two people were hospitalized after being injured during amusement ride incidents in Stony Plain Friday night.
A 47-year-old man from rural Alberta is in jail, facing more than 90 charges, after he was pulled over for allegedly failing to obey a stop sign.
The Canadian Transportation Agency says Flair Airlines Ltd. has the highest number of complaints per 100 flights of all the major airlines in Canada, as airlines have had a rocky recovery year with delayed and cancelled flights.
The federal government will be providing $1.5 million to Pride organizations across the country for increased security measures at parades and other events this year, CTV News has learned.
A public meeting will give Calgarians an inside look into the exact details of an agreement in principle that could land the city a new event centre, but critics are already skeptical of the cost breakdown.
Mosquitoes have always been pesky, but this spring it seems the bloodsuckers are thirstier than ever, a trend one expert says is increasing.
An area of land 11 times bigger than the city of Toronto burned from wildfires in the past four days -- Canada's worst spring wildfire season to date.
An Edmonton chef has taken his talent overseas to support war efforts in Ukraine.
The Young Master Club celebrated its 16th anniversary with a Taekwondo festival at the Alberta Avenue Community League, where students showcased their techniques.
Some of the fittest firefighters from Alberta and the territories were in Edmonton Saturday to put their skills to the test.
The City of Edmonton is holding its largest ever Pride celebration this year.
Kyle Marshall has always loved trivia and recently he got to show the world just how much.
Krispy Kreme will soon have a drive-thru and dine-in location in the Alberta capital, and that's just the beginning, the global doughnut giant and a local developer announced Thursday.
Thursday's overcast weather didn't stop Ward Nakota Isga Coun. Andrew Knack from turning up to Fred Broadstock Outdoor Pool's grand opening in swimming trunks, sunglasses, sunscreen and a hat.
It'll be local craft beer only at Edmonton's biggest ballpark this summer, after the Riverhawks announced a deal Thursday with local brewing company Alley Kat.
The City of Edmonton, Devon, and Fort Saskatchewan, along with local emergency organizations, are reminding residents to be safe when on or near the North Saskatchewan River this summer.
Edmonton police are searching for the man who attacked a young girl near Mill Creek Ravine Tuesday morning.
Police are investigating after the United Church in Ponoka was vandalized on Thursday.
Eight fuzzy ducklings were rescued from a precarious situation on Friday, thanks to Calgary police and workers from the City of Calgary.
Several cabins in an Indigenous community were believed to have been burned down by a 14,500-hectare wildfire in northern Alberta on Thursday.
An apparent landspout touched down near Stettler on Wednesday afternoon.
Gabe Vincent scored 23 points, Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo each had 21 and the Miami Heat evened up the NBA Finals by overcoming a monster effort from Nikola Jokic to beat the Denver Nuggets 111-108 in Game 2 on Sunday night.
Zach Whitecloud scored from long-range with just over 13 minutes left, after Adin Hill made arguably the best save of the playoffs, and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Florida Panthers 5-2 Saturday night in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final.
The highlight of Game 1 for Jamal Murray came when he dribbled into the middle, planted his surgically repaired left knee in the paint, made a full clockwise turn, then faded away and swished a mid-range jumper.
The Edmonton Oilers made their first trade of the offseason Wednesday, picking up 20-year-old prospect centreman Jayden Grubbe from the New York Rangers.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have hired Brad Treliving to be the team's new general manager. The team made the announcement Wednesday, less than two weeks after firing Kyle Dubas.