A portion of Whitemud Drive was closed early Monday morning after a suspicious package was found inside a vehicle.
The fall sitting of the Alberta legislature begins Monday, and the government says jobs, diversifying the economy and fighting COVID-19 will be the focus.
We're in for a fairly dramatic chance in the pattern as we head through this last week of October.
Blake Desjarlais says he represents what Alberta is truly about and it's not what the rest of Canada might think.
The latest layer of protection against COVID-19 in Alberta takes effect Monday as two doses will be required when providing proof of vaccination.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's tricky task of crafting a new cabinet is hitting its final hours before the team of ministers is unveiled.
A new website created by care providers, medical experts and parents who have lost their children is aiming to support and provide resources for families struggling with palliative care for a child.
A rise in teen girls developing 'tic-like' behaviours could be linked to TikTok, along with an increase in anxiety and depression, doctors say.
The ousted chairman of Rogers Communication Inc. says he'll go to the British Columbia Supreme Court in a bid to wrest back control of the company.
A family running a haunted house in Spruce Grove that supports the local food bank has been shut down after multiple complaints.