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Four people are facing multiple charges after a police pursuit that began in Frog Lake First Nation, according to Elk Point RCMP.
The NHL says the laboratories hired to conduct daily COVID-19 tests on players in Edmonton and Toronto keep their supply chains separate from the public's to ensure never the twain shall meet.
Edmonton gets one more day of heat before a cooler pattern settles in.
Looking at confirmed coronavirus cases per million people, how do the U.S. states compare to Canada's provinces and territories?
The Chicago Blackhawks dressed in the Edmonton Oilers dressing room then proceeded to eat their lunch, pushing the Oilers to the edge of the abyss in the NHL playoffs with a stunning 4-3 comeback win Wednesday night.
Sixteen community pharmacies in Edmonton are now testing for COVID-19.
Patrol officers, a canine unit and a tactical team surrounded an apartment building in Edmonton Wednesday after a man was shot with a shotgun.
The Edmonton Ski Club is hosting a food truck bike-through event with live music starting Thursday.
Alberta Health reported 94 new cases of COVID-19 and two more deaths on Wednesday.
Ticket sales were supposed to remain open until 10:30 p.m. but the Oilers said they reached the maximum numbers of tickets sold by 2:30 p.m.
A 38-year-old woman has been charged with second-degree murder after she allegedly stabbed a 33-year-old woman at a northwest Edmonton home in July.
Two women were arrested after a carjacking in Leduc County Monday, but RCMP are still searching for a man and another woman involved.
Jasper Municipal Council passed a temporary bylaw to make face coverings mandatory in many publicly used areas of the townsite.
The summer village on Lake Wabamun made the decision to close its beach to the public to help protect residents as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
The best-of-5 series is tied 1-1 following dominant performances by each team since the NHL came back on Saturday.
Ubuntu, a local non-profit organization, is hosting an International Youth Day celebration on Aug. 15.
The emergency department at the Devon General Hospital will reopen to the public on Aug. 18.
The Edmonton Police Service has initiated an external review of its conduct surrounding the 2017 death of Rhonda Auger.
Members of Edmonton's Lebanese community say they are heartbroken after the deadly explosions in Beirut on Tuesday.
A man is facing impaired driving charges after a fatal two-vehicle crash northeast of Edmonton Tuesday morning.
A teen accused of shooting a male in central Alberta over the weekend faces six criminal charges.
Homeless shelters in Alberta will receive another $48 million from the government to offset the impact of the pandemic.
A woman is dead and a child in hospital after a crash with a moose north of Edmonton.
Temperatures in much of the province are expected to hit 29 degrees or higher over the next two days, triggering heat warnings from Environment Canada.
The Alberta government says many day-use areas are extremely busy this summer and it's resulting in some unfortunate consequences for Mother Nature.
Canadians are feeling better about their mental health than at the peak of the pandemic, but major problems may be lurking on the horizon, according to two new reports.
The federal government is partnering with biopharmaceutical and biotechnology giants Pfizer and Moderna to help secure millions of vaccine doses to be ready for distribution across Canada in 2021.
Calgary ambulances will now be dispatched by a provincially-run call centre instead of locally, but new changes to the system are not sitting well with first responders.
Alberta reported five more COVID-19 deaths since Friday, but active cases dropped significantly over the long weekend.
The Calgary Zoo says the two giant pandas it had on loan from China are still in Canada because of an inability to secure travel permits for the bears.
A day after Edmonton mandated masks to be worn in public places, video has emerged of a man who didn’t want to wear one going on an offensive tirade directed at a liquor store employee.
We're back to highs near 30 today and Thursday, then we'll get a break from the heat.
An Alberta man whose vehicle was vandalized in B.C. suggests comments from the premier are sparking backlash.
The newest estimate places damages caused by a flood in Fort McMurray in early 2020 above half a billion dollars.
St. Albert City Council has passed a bylaw requiring masks or face coverings inside public places as of Saturday, Aug. 8.