As Jason Kenney threatened possible legal action over the reported cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline Sunday - his critics in the wildrose province were pointing fingers directly at him for what they allege was a bad investment.
In a new criminal court case against a woman alleged to have entered the U.S. Capitol on January 6, the FBI noted that a tipster raised the possibility of a laptop being stolen from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office to potentially sell to Russia.
First Nations, ranchers, municipal officials and environmentalists hope to persuade a judge this week to force Alberta to revisit its decision to open one of the province's most important and best-loved landscapes to open-pit coal mining.
In his first hours as president, Joe Biden plans to take executive action to roll back some of the most controversial decisions of his predecessor and to address the raging coronavirus pandemic, his incoming chief of staff said Saturday.
After a glitch with its booking system Alberta Health Services says all 16,000 vaccination appointments have been filled. Still, United Nurses of Alberta calls the process chaotic and is calling on the government for more transparency.
Thousands of Indigenous women around the world are sharing photos on social media in solidarity with a 10-year-old Canadian girl who was ridiculed for wearing a traditional ribbon skirt to school last month.
There are more "sugar babies" now since the start of the pandemic and many members of an online platform that promotes the lifestyle attend Alberta universities, according to a website called SeekingArrangement.
The spread of COVID-19 continues to surge rapidly across the country and federal officials are urging swift action to avoid Canadian doctors having to make 'impossible choices,' such as who gets an ICU bed.
Alberta will be ready to administer up to 50,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine by the end of the month, but a delay in delivery from the federal government will hamper that effort, Health Minister Tyler Shandro said Friday.
First Nations communities in Alberta have been hit hard by COVID-19. The province has seen the highest number of cases on reserves in Canada. That's why CTV News visited one Indigenous community south of Edmonton to find out how they've been coping.
While Canada's top immunization experts have signed off on provinces delaying the administration of the second Pfizer and Moderna doses in an effort to begin vaccinating more people with a small supply, Procurement Minister Anita Anand says she's heard concerns from the manufacturers that may impact future deliveries.