Alberta healthcare advocates are anxiously awaiting Thursday's budget. After a year of dealing with COVID-19 patients in large numbers, for people in the sector, the pandemic still isn't the only source of stress.
Vaccinations for Albertans born in 1946 and earlier will be available at 102 pharmacies in Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer starting the first week of March, Health Minister Tyler Shandro announced Wednesday.
Moderna says it is working with U.S. government scientists to study an experimental booster shot that targets a concerning new variant of the coronavirus and has raised its global COVID-19 vaccine production goal for this year by 100 million doses.
Two of Alberta's largest First Nations have written letters to coal companies saying they will oppose any new mine proposals in the Rocky Mountains since the provincial government has consistently ignored their concerns.
Four people, including two Edmontonians, have been arrested as a result of a collaborative international investigation into what police say saw a criminal group attempt to extort a member of Iraqi Parliament in Australia.
The rollover car crash that seriously injured Tiger Woods outside Los Angeles on Tuesday was an accident, so investigators won't pursue any charges against the golf great, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said Wednesday.
The fight to win the leadership of his party could be nothing compared to what Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole has ahead: keeping his party together as he tries to win over voters who haven't voted for it recently.
Premier Jason Kenney says a recent resurgence in energy prices is having an impact on Alberta’s bottom line but his government won’t be banking on high oil projections in Thursday’s provincial budget.