A man was taken to hospital with a gunshot wound after a shooting at a downtown Edmonton lounge early Sunday morning.
Police are looking for the driver of a silver Pontiac Torrent that crashed into the Pho King restaurant on 118 Avenue early Sunday morning.
The third victim killed in a single-vehicle crash in south Edmonton early Friday morning has been identified as Georgia Donovan.
Flood watches have been issued for a number of areas in the province after heavy rainfall in the last week.
Highway 16 reopened to two-way traffic Sunday afternoon after a washout and subsequent repairs caused delays since Thursday.
Starting July 13, free non-medical masks will be back at select McDonald's, A&W and Tim Hortons drive-thrus across the province.
As scientists and policy-makers anticipate a second wave of COVID-19 later this year, a new survey from Nanos Research suggests a majority of Canadians support closing non-essential businesses again if cases spike.
Whitecourt has declared a local state of emergency due to rising water levels that followed days of heavy rain.
The Calgary Stampede, along with its rides, rodeo and fun, was cancelled this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, but Calgarians didn't miss out on the fireworks.
An online fundraiser has been posted, and a Saturday night vigil is planned in support of a man killed in a single-vehicle collision along the Calgary Trail on Friday morning.