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Another 1,183 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Alberta including 942 variant of concern cases.
A greater number of frontline workers in Alberta are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine ahead of the arrival of additional doses in the province in the coming days.
Police are investigating two shootings that happened in south Edmonton on Sunday and which saw two people hospitalized.
After being reminded that it's still only April (and it DOES snow in April), we're at the start of a warming trend this week.
Niklas Edin's fifth world men's curling title was memorable not only because of the history the Swede made.
The federal government is expecting Moderna to make good this week on a previously promised batch of 855,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses that were expected last week.
Hundreds of people were seen singing hymns, chanting, and gathering outside the fenced-off GraceLife Church west of Edmonton on Sunday.
Rioters smashed windows and set fires in Old Montreal during a large protest that took place in violation of the city's 8 p.m. curfew on Sunday evening.
Edmonton restaurants have started to set up patios earlier than usual, in an effort to stay in business after in-person dining was shut down again.
The education minister says she is not concerned about multiple school boards refusing to test the new draft kindergarten to grade six curriculum.
Brianne Helfrich recently created the clothing company Helfrich Collective during the pandemic to give back to the community and help herself out of a dark time.
A drive-thru food drive in Edmonton helped to raise food and toiletries for those in most need.
The Canadian government said 32 flights arriving and departing from Edmonton International Airport had at least one passenger with COVID-19 on board.
A local restaurant is keeping its indoor dining open to the public despite current public health restrictions.
Drivers heading from Alberta west into B.C. are advised of a major construction project that will result in a scenic, but hour-long detour through the Rocky Mountains.
A man from Sturgeon County faces several charges after he rammed a car at a high enough speed to launch them into an adjacent ditch.
It took Sean Monahan breaking out of his goal-scoring slump to set the offensive tone for the Calgary Flames.
The men's world curling championship playoffs were given the green light to resume Sunday after a suspension of games due to COVID-19.
Friends and family remembered late Oiler Colby Cave at a celebration of life Saturday morning.
Spring snowfall was behind a number of crashes in Edmonton and the surrounding area Saturday.
It was a cold day at the end of Jan. 2021, when Samantha Zemlak got a call from friends telling her the garage on her Beaver County property was on fire.
There will be 440,000 rapid test kits distributed to schools and testing will be offered to 220,000 students and staff in Alberta once the program is fully implemented.
The next phase of COVID-19 vaccinations in Alberta will begin Monday with more health-care workers being eligible to receive their immunization.
Alberta Health Services (AHS) has been targeted by acts of vandalism earlier this week that it calls “disturbing.”
The men's world curling championship in Calgary remained suspended Saturday awaiting test results for the COVID-19 virus.
Two men were located by RCMP in connection with a possible shooting and vehicle theft near Lloydminster, Alta.
While he expects the current wave of COVID-19 to result in more than 2,000 new cases per day in the near future, Jason Kenney still has high hopes Alberta will beat the pandemic in short order.
Doctors are urging the province to do more to slow the spread of COVID-19 in classrooms as data shows a spike in active cases among school-aged children.
Alberta on Friday reported 1,521 cases of COVID-19 and a positivity rate of 9.9 per cent.
Candy Cane Lane has been lit up again – not by the Christmas lights it is known for but by candles and lanterns in memory of a neighbour who was "quick with a joke" and "constantly caring."
The Valley Line Southeast LRT project is seeing a splash of colour and texture added to its shelters along the 13-kilometre stretch.
As COVID-19 restrictions for restaurants in Alberta took effect Friday, one local business are left hoping for a summer with in-person dining.
Four major crews were called to help put out the fire at 15717 104 Avenue NW.
Can children still play sports after the latest round of COVID-19 restrictions in Alberta? The answer is yes, but there are a number of rules to follow.
The president of the Edmonton Police Association has penned a damning letter accusing a task force directed to help improve EPS of being biased themselves.