Premier Rachel Notley says the Opposition's proposal to return Alberta to a flat tax on income would deliver hundreds of millions of dollars to higher-income earners at the expense of everyone else. More
Concerns are being raised about a video of a Kodiak bear from a central Alberta zoo being taken through a fast-food drive-thru and being hand-fed ice cream by the restaurant's owner.
A Calgary police auto-theft investigation has ended with the arrests of five men and the recovery of six vehicles.
Calgary’s failure to make Amazon’s short list of locations for its second headquarters is a disappointment but also a learning experience, says the woman who spearheaded the city’s pitch to the U.S. tech giant.
Alberta could create its own EI system to cover high-wage earners in volatile industries, report says
Alberta should consider creating a parallel employment insurance system to top up EI payments if the federal government won't, according to a new research paper from the University of Calgary's School of Public Policy.
Police have released surveillance camera video of man robbing a Calgary convenience store and then stomping on a clerk’s head before taking off with cash from the register. Warning: Viewers may find the video disturbing.video
Contractor Kirby Glenn is frustrated with changes the city has implemented to its permit parking system, which he says could lead to increased costs for homeowners.
The 32 year old from Olds, approximately 100 kilometres north of Calgary, faces seven charges after the Alberta Law Enforcement Response Team's Internet Child Exploitation unit seized a number of computers and electronic devices.
Alberta Health Services is warning that some of the naloxone kits distributed to Albertans may not actually contain naloxone.
A conversation about how we could reshape our condo market, and reshape our city, to bring more families into the inner city. But there are dangers in meddling with the free market.audio
The National Energy Board says it has established a process to resolve future permitting issues between the builders of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project and provincial and municipal authorities.
Lawyer Erin Best has asked the federal court to certify the class-action lawsuit, alleging copyright infringement by a website that posts obits and sells memorial merchandise.
Calgary police have identified the victim in a fatal stabbing in Rosscarrock as 25-year-old Darby Chase Shade.
Police in Maskwacis have laid criminal charges against four young men after three people were stabbed during a violent home invasion last week.
The number of people receiving employment insurance in Alberta increased in November, driven by a significant jump in the number of people looking for work in Edmonton.
The owner of a Lethbridge Burger King is “categorically denying” anyone ever slept or lived at his restaurant after Alberta Health Services found evidence that foreign workers had been living or sleeping on the premises.
A University of Alberta study says a provincial program that uses hunting licence fees to compensate ranchers when cows, sheep or goats are killed by predators also supports conservation efforts.
Why does fracking cause earthquakes in some places and not others? Alberta scientists say they’ve figured out some factors that make certain wells prone to triggering earthquakes.
While oil prices continue their claw back this month, the future of the market remains clouded by the prospect of U.S. shale production returning to stymie the recovery.
A judge's decision to let a convicted sex offender finish a university semester before serving his sentence stirred huge controversy — but although it's an extreme case, discretionary moves like this aren't as rare as you think.
TransCanada Corp. says it has confirmed strong commercial support for its controversial Keystone XL pipeline.
Alberta RCMP have charged a man after multiple allegations were brought forward of sexual assaults that took place 30 years ago.
Saskatchewan recently proposed a change to the plate dispute meeting, asking it be held in Medicine Hat because of its geographic location in relation to Alberta and Saskatchewan's capital cities.
Lethbridge continues to attract so much new investment, it's anticipated to boost the population from approximately 98,000 to 115,000 in the next 10 years.
Dozens of Albertans took to social media Wednesday evening to report seeing a large fireball in the sky over the northern part of the province.video
“Like all thoughtful citizens of Calgary, I am increasingly aware of the extent to which we seem to have embraced a culture of click-bait opinion determined to impose either moral umbrage or slavish endorsement of situations and events, without stopping to consider or to analyze the long-term effect of such imitative behavior.”
The International Olympic Committee wants bidding cities like Calgary to aim for a more sustainable Olympics, by re-using existing facilities and spending less on the games.
Calgary police are asking the public for help tracking down two suspects in an armed robbery that took place in December.video
A Hinton woman says she’s still in shock after a hunter shot and injured her dog, mistaking it for a wolf on a public hiking trail.
One man is in hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries after a collision in downtown Calgary that left one car resting on its roof.
A preliminary hearing has led to a former central Alberta teacher being ordered to stand trial on sex-related charges.
The estimate is three months further behind from the company's last estimate in December, and now potentially puts the $7.4-billion project in service by December 2020, depending on regulatory, permit and legal approvals.
RCMP say a single-engine Piper PA-28-180 Cherokee was coming in to land at the Olds-Didsbury Airport sometime after 8 p.m. when it flew under the power lines adjacent to Highway 2A.
A truck driver is being transported to hospital in Edmonton after a fiery semi-trailer crash on Highway 2 south of Leduc on Wednesday.
A judge has ruled that 93 documents pertaining to the 2016 Husky Energy pipeline spill will remain sealed.
Members of the gang suppression team entered a restaurant in the 2400 block of Fourth Street S.W. on Jan. 14. They asked to speak to a man sitting at a table with a group and saw a gun on his seat when he stood up.
Some landowners in Bowness say they should have been given more explicit and earlier notice about a berm planned along the Bow River as the city engages in community consultations on the specifics of the project.
Cleo, just 5½ months old, is the zoo's youngest king penguin and participated in her first Penguin Walk on Wednesday.
Police are trying to locate two men who are believed to have information related to the discovery of a man's body in the Westbrook Mall parking lot in southwest Calgary late Tuesday night.
A $15,000 scholarship in the late Tara Roe's honour has been established by Robertson College in Calgary to pay tribute to her interest in working with people with autism.
A 19-year-old Edmonton-area man left a quadraplegic last year when he jumped into a foam pit at a trampoline park is suing the business for more than $17 million.video
Canmore is working on a drugs and alcohol policy for civic employees that could include drug testing as the town prepares for the upcoming legalization of marijuana.
Canada's biggest lenders have raised their prime lending rates on the same day that the country's central bank moved its benchmark interest rate 25 points higher.
Kamo Zandinan is haunted by the two years spent in the hands of ISIS militants in Iraq, too weak to do anything but watch as they snatched her husband and four of her seven children — the youngest, a three-year-old girl — with the intention of killing them or selling them off into sexual slavery.
Stations for the Green Line LRT will feature ‘transit plazas’ that can be customized for the different communities they will serve, according to an architectural concept video posted Tuesday to the City of Calgary’s Youtube channel.
Two rising stars in Calgary’s culinary scene have been chosen to operate a cafe in the city's new main library when it opens later this year.
Inglewood cafe owner Andy Fennell took to Facebook this week imploring his fellow business owners to 'stop moaning' and discuss the challenges they face within a wider context.
A former prison worker has pleaded guilty in a court in Red Deer, Alta., to permitting or assisting escape, after giving tens of thousands of dollars and a phone to an inmate serving a 10-year sentence for fraud.
3 of the world's hottest chilies to heat up your winter, plus 1 mild pepper for the more faint of heart
In celebration of International Hot and Spicy Food Day, we've rounded up a list of ingredients that range from fragrant to piquant and occasionally even painful, depending on whom you ask.
Sex enhancement pills and what's known as 'poppers' may pose serious health risks, warns Health Canada
Health Canada issued a warning Tuesday about unauthorized products that are labelled as having been "assessed for effectiveness and quality" when in reality, they have not passed inspection.
A prominent commodities analyst struck a gloomy tone as he delivered a blunt assessment about the Canadian natural gas industry's fortunes this year, describing it as a "sad story."video
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