With the opening of rapid flow-through vaccination centres around the province, including two "mega clinics" in Alberta's largest cities, the premier expects the province to be "back to normal" in the fall.
"It is increasingly clear that many involved in these protests are unhinged conspiracy theorists," Alberta's premier said Monday of some of those gathered at the provincial legislature protesting masks and calling to "lock [Dr. Hinshaw] up."
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the province is ramping up its vaccine program as more mass vaccination sites open up and additional supply arrives, but there are still a few obstacles to hitting his projected numbers
The O’Chiese First Nation is calling on the Alberta Serious Incident Response Team (ASIRT) to investigate a police confrontation resulting in the death of a 24-year-old community member with “objectively” and “without favoritism.”
A woman training in healing touch therapy says she tapped into the power of heart and mind to connect with a missing five-year-old child on Saturday and claims she lead searchers to where he was found.
Air Canada and the federal government have reached an agreement on a $5.9-billion aid package that the company says will speed up customer refunds, protect industry jobs and return service to some communities that were shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
An expert investigating hate groups says a weekend gathering outside an Alberta church charged with violating COVID-19 regulations is exemplary of the increasing number of far-right groups and conspiracy theorists who've latched on to the anti-lockdown and anti-mask movement.
The Calgary man found not criminally responsible for the deaths of five people at a house party in 2014 may make unsupervised outings in Edmonton at the discretion of his medical team, and the families of his victims are outraged.