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The Alberta government is expected to give an update on new school construction a day after releasing Budget 2024.
Finance Minister Nate Horner presented the details to the legislature of the $73.2-billion price tag for the annual plan, which promises to increase spending for health care and education, which together make up 61 per cent of it, by 4.4 per cent as well as resource management and capital construction while forecasting a surplus of $367 million for the 2024-25 fiscal year.
The provincial government's promised income tax break that would save Albertans hundreds of dollars a year will come in 2026 and 2027.
Police are hoping security footage helps identify a man accused of committing a hate-motivated crime in Edmonton Thursday morning.
Don't expect much change to the temperature pattern until the middle/end of next week.
Former Canadian prime minister and Conservative stalwart Brian Mulroney has died at age 84. Over his impressive career, the passionate and ambitious politician, businessman, husband, father, and grandfather left an unmistakable mark on the country.
More than one billion children, adolescents and adults live with obesity around the world, making it the most common form of malnutrition in many countries.
Cochrane RCMP are on scene at a multi-vehicle collision in the westbound lanes of the Trans Canada Highway at the intersection of Highway 40 on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation.
Hundreds of hungry Edmontonians lined up Thursday for one last taste of an iconic downtown lunch spot.
Rockin' in the ICE District might not have the same flow as free world, but that's where Neil Young and Crazy Horse will be performing in July.
Game Con Canada has announced its plans to hold the nation’s largest gaming conference in Edmonton for the next three years.
Luke Zwaga and about a dozen other hockey players are getting a full Oilers experience as a part of the Soldier On program, which works with active and former military members trying to overcome mental and physical injuries.
The Al Rashid Mosque, built in 1982, was Canada's first mosque. Saturday it reopened after a year of renovations aimed at addressing the changing needs of a growing population.
Golfers had the chance to get in some swings outdoors Saturday and Sunday before the cold and snow settle back in Edmonton.
As the war in Ukraine reached the start of a third year, Edmontonians were invited to reflect on the conflict and the devastation it has caused.
A new exhibit in Edmonton is offering a look back at one of Asia's greatest empires.