Domestic violence in Airdrie at 'epidemic levels', four t...
Domestic violence in the City of Airdrie has reached “epidemic levels” according to some city councillors after recent statistics revealed Airdrie experience...
New Alberta judges adding to provincial court bench's div...
After years of complaints that the ranks of Alberta's judges were too old, too white and too male, the face of the judiciary is slowly changing in the province.
Environment Canada warns Alberta for heavy rainfall, stro...
Flood season is in full swing and we're about to see a spring deluge.
Special weather statement issued for Alberta
A strong low pressure system is expected to form near the B.C. border west of Edmonton on Tuesday evening, bringing wet weather and cool temperatures.
Edmonton couple holds surprise wedding with early-morning...
Imagine finishing your workout with an 'I do.'
McDougall Memorial Church near Morley destroyed in early-...
An historic church west of Calgary, nearly as old as Canada, was destroyed in a Monday morning fire.
Edmonton family launches into rescue mode after discoveri...
Katy Splane and her family couldn't believe their eyes when they saw what was near the front door of their Edmonton home Sunday.
18-year-old critically injured after hit-and-run in west ...
An 18-year-old man is in critical condition after someone drove a truck into a west Edmonton yard in a hit-and-run incident Monday afternoon.
Calgary Shooting Leaves 2 Dead
Calgary police are investigating the deaths of two men who they believe were shot Sunday evening. Officers were dispatched to a Superstore parking lot (130 A...
New studies find Alberta Métis face heightened burden of ...
The Metis Nation of Alberta has produced three new health reports detailing higher rates of injuries and tobacco-related diseases among its population, along...
Parks Canada warns wildlife enthusiasts to keep remote ca...
On the hunt for elusive creatures like cougars and wolves, wildlife enthusiasts have been furtively placing remote, motion-activated cameras in the national ...
Submit a tick: tracking the pesky carriers of Lyme diseas...
They’re back. Tick season in Alberta has officially begun. The blood-thirsty creatures have emerged across the province, latching on to people and animals al...
Chinese national gymnastics team to train in Alberta hamlet
A gymnastics centre in the tiny hamlet of Tawatinaw which opened two years ago as a place for rural children to learn gymnastics is about to serve as the tra...
Food Service Supervisor
Calgary, AB Link Canada Immigration Inc. Title: Food Service Supervisor (NOC: 6311) Employer: Ricky's All Day Grill (D Champagne Management Services Ltd....
Fire crews enjoy slow start to wildfire season, but brace...
A wet spring has meant fewer wildfires in Alberta and Saskatchewan, but fire officials aren't taking anything for granted. Some long-range forecasts predict ...
How this blue urn's mysterious journey is helping 2 famil...
After Shawn Westlund took his own life a little more than a year ago, his family scattered his ashes in the Pacific Ocean. They then filled his urn with card...
Scammers convince senior he's funding terrorism in elabor...
Ron Jones lost thousands of dollars in an elaborate scam that left him deep in debt and believing he had funded terrorism.
One dead after fatal crash on highway near Lethbridge
The female driver of a pickup truck is dead after a fatal crash with a semi-tractor trailer Sunday afternoon near Lethbridge.
2 dead in shooting at southeast Calgary parking lot
Two men are dead following a shooting in a parking lot at 48 Street and 130 Avenue Sunday night.
2 men shot to death in southeast Calgary parking lot
Two men are dead following a shooting in a parking lot at 48 Street and 130 Avenue Sunday night.
Edmonton Nagar Kirtan celebration draws tens of thousands...
The Sikh community in Edmonton celebrated Nagar Kirtan on Sunday with a large parade in the Mill Woods neighbourhood.
Man drives vehicle into Blackfalds pond, escapes with min...
A man who police said drove a vehicle into a pond in Blackfalds, Alta., escaped with minimal injury Sunday.
Veteran Alberta brewers outshine newbies in international...
Alberta’s burgeoning craft beer industry is getting accolades in international competition for both its new releases and traditional brews.
International accolades pour in for Alberta craft breweries
Alberta’s burgeoning craft beer industry is getting accolades in international competition for both its new releases and traditional brews.
McLean Creek under watch as OHV riders come out for May l...
McLean Creek, a prominent playground for off-highway vehicles (OHV), was once again brimming with a constant roar of revving engines over the May long weekend.
University of Alberta scientists make mysterious find of ...
A University of Alberta geophysics professor and graduate student were among a group of researchers studying earthquakes in New Zealand in 2014 when they mad...
Administrative Assistant
Calgary, AB Alberta Fire & Flood Ltd. Administrative Assistant (NOC 1241)  Alberta Fire & Flood Ltd.  Calgary, AB Job details Vacancies 1 ...
Albertans asked to submit ticks to aid provincial monitor...
Albertans who discover ticks on themselves or their animals are being asked to submit the bugs to help the province’s monitoring program for the bacteria ass...
Calgary Police Search For Suspect In Sexual Assault Of 5-...
Police are investigating after a child was allegedly sexual assaulted by a man in south Calgary. At 10 a.m. Saturday, a five-year-old was riding his bike in ...
Protests, court challenges, B.C. recount: Trans Mountain ...
Kinder Morgan's plan to raise money for its Trans Mountain expansion through an initial public offering could not come at a more awkward time.
'She was trying so hard': Alberta woman spent days seekin...
The moose had a broken leg. Lorri Jankowski-Arndt, the acreage owner who spent 10 days watching the animal and hoping for the best, ended up with a broken he...
CEOs at top charities earn top dollar
Many of the biggest charitable organizations in Ontario pay their top executives more than $250,000 a year, according to data compiled by CBC News.
As Jagmeet Singh steps forward, is Canada ready for a non...
Jagmeet Singh's campaign to lead the NDP could be viewed as test of both his own readiness and the readiness of Canadians to get behind a leader who looks li...
'Overwhelming consumer passion' brings Jif peanut butter ...
After a seven-year drought, the popular peanut butter, Jif is back in Canada. Smucker's says it brought the product back due to "overwhelming consumer passion."
'It's a huge issue': Volunteer firefighters facing recrui...
While a number of major Canadian cities employ career firefighters, across the country, about 85 per cent of fire protection comes from volunteer departments...
Calgary police investigate sexual assault against 5-year-...
Calgary police are looking for a man believed to be in his 50s after a five-year-old boy was sexually assaulted while riding his bike in an alley on Elbow Dr...
Riverdale residents miffed by city's removal of lilac bush
Riverdale residents say they were stunned to see work crews with chainsaws hacking away at the massive lilac bush at Cameron Avenue and 94th Street.
Protestors greet Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he prom...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the Telus World of Science in Edmonton on Saturday, meeting with children and conducting science experiments while prom...
Teachers' association wants more autonomy for instructors
Members of the Alberta Teachers’ Association overwhelmingly passed a resolution Saturday calling on Catholic school boards to respect teachers’ autonomy in h...
Farmers asking for help to feed the world
A group of Alberta farmers have used proceeds from their harvests to feed people around the world for more than a decade. Now, to mark their 15th year, they'...
Vegreville residents urge Justin Trudeau to keep immigrat...
Schools and small businesses will start to disappear from Vegreville, Alta., if the federal government moves the immigration case processing centre to Edmont...
Alberta should declare fentanyl public health emergency: ...
As fentanyl overdose deaths in Alberta rise, a Vancouver-based advocate says Alberta would do well to follow her province's lead in declaring opioid-related ...
Grade 3 assessment tests in Alberta will be left to teach...
The use of Alberta’s controversial Student Learning Assessment at the start of the Grade 3 year will now be left up to each teacher’s discretion, Education M...
Fentanyl seized in separate drug busts in Alberta on Wedn...
Two separate drug busts pulled fentanyl and Percocet off the streets of Alberta on Wednesday.
Driver totals sports car after fleeing traffic stop
A man is facing charges after he fled police and crashed a sports car into two power poles on Saturday.
Pho Boy a sipping and slurping delight, says Edmonton AM ...
The soup here is good — in fact, the soup is pretty great.
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