Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole refused to say Thursday whether he still thinks Alberta Premier Jason Kenney has handled the pandemic better than the federal government, as the province faces a rapidly worsening COVID-19 situation.
Premier Jason Kenney apologized for his government's recent COVID-19 response as he introduced a proof of vaccination program and implemented new restrictions for the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Life as a new dad had just begun for Andrew Bellerose. But on Aug. 16, police say that life was cut short when a knife was pulled during an early morning fight on Edmonton's Whyte Avenue, resulting in the 24-year-old's death.
James Meservy has lived outside of Mountain View for more than 20 years, and he's always voted at the same electoral office. But when he received his voter information card (VIC) in the mail this time around, he noticed an obvious mistake.
The volume of testing for COVID-19 in Alberta has more than tripled since July. That high demand is causing longer than normal wait times for results – and for workers in the province who don't have the benefit of paid sick leave - those wait times can come with a price.
CTVNews.ca has compiled profiles of 27 of the more compelling races in what could be a nail-biter of a federal election on Sept. 20. There are some that garner notable interest because of the implications they may have for the region, the broader momentum a party is picking up, or because of the big names on the ballot.