The community of Whitecourt took to the ice Saturday to remember two boys killed by their father one year ago. The Whitecourt Wolverines played a memorial hockey game in honour of the team's owners, Tracy and Brent Stark. More
Thousands of Edmontonians volunteered for the annual Santas Anonymous charity event this weekend, delivering gifts to more than 24,000 children.
The family of a missing Edmonton-area couple has suspended their search efforts until the spring due to heavy snowfall in the area.
Students were elbow-deep in flour, sugar and butter at M.E. LaZerte High School Saturday, baking 3,000 cookies for women in need.
Police received a 911 call about the collision at around 10:30 a.m. Saturday. At least one person died, police confirmed.
A new generation of hockey stars raced across the ice at Northlands Coliseum on Friday for the arena's last puck drop.
Canadian women's rugby sevens captain Jen Kish says she has one more season left in her before she retires. The 29-year-old Edmonton native turned to social media on Friday to announce that she plans to compete for one final season before hanging up her cleats.
Canada took a silver of medal at a bobsleigh World Cup stop at the Igls track in Innsbruck, Austria, on Saturday, with Justin Kripps and Jesse Lumsden staking claim to the second-place spot.readcomments video
After the Alberta government introduced major legislation late in the session, the Official Opposition United Conservative Party dug in its heels and was prepared to sit for as long as it took.audio
The food bank takes its mission Beyond Food by helping Edmontonians get back into the workplace.video
She was given the opportunity to work with the Peter Lougheed Leadership College at the U of A to create Venture Healthcare — a two-week internship program for students who are under-represented in health professions.audio
In 2019, Zacharias Kunuk and Norman Cohn, as part of the artist collective Isuma, will represent Canada at one of the most prestigious art exhibitions in the world, the Venice Biennale.
Fort McMurray RCMP are investigating a Friday morning road rage incident in a parking lot that resulted in one person being stabbed.
Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to fight for their freedom.
One of the internet's greatest attributes is its potential to be a democratizing tool. But everyone needs to have access to it, and currently, too many people don't, including women, children, marginalized people and Indigenous populations.
Samson Cree Nation hosted its Christmas food hamper giveaway Friday, with the help of volunteers and inmates from the nearby Pê Sâkâstêw correctional facility.
Twenty-five Canadians chosen by Hockey Canada for this week's Channel One Cup tournament in Moscow are being sized up by general manager Sean Burke and head coach Willie Desjardins for the team that will go to the Winter Games in Pyeongchang.
A charity watchdog is warning potential donors to do their homework when non-profits come calling.
The head of the construction association in the border city of Lloydminster has invited the two province’s trade ministers to the city to help resolve their dispute.
Video Kent Hehr acknowledges he can be 'brash and insensitive' but believes he still belongs in cabinet
Kent Hehr acknowledges he can be "brash and insensitive" at times but doesn't believe that should disqualify him from his job as the federal minister of sport and persons with disabilities.video
Correctional officers concerned at the high number of assaults by inmates staged a lockdown at the Edmonton Remand Centre on Friday morning.
Alberta has begun monitoring oilsands emissions from the sky.
Jordan Imgrund-Harvey likes to practice his juggling blindfolded. The Grade 10 student at Morinville Community High School will be among hundreds of competitors this week at the World Juggling Federation junior overall championships.video
An Edmonton-based group called the Canadian Fentanyl Prevention Society says it wants to raise awareness about the deadly opioid epidemic that has cost the lives of hundreds of Albertans. But those leading the non-profit and its fundraising campaign admit they have no background in the fields of health, addictions, or opioids.
The Edmonton Oilers have activated goaltender Cam Talbot from injured reserve after the 30-year-old starter missed seven games with an undisclosed injury.
Freezing rain turned some Edmonton city streets and sidewalks into skating rinks during rush hour Friday morning.
A 59-year-old man was killed Thursday when the pickup truck he was driving collided with a semi-trailer truck south of Grande Prairie.
They brought their rediscovered confidence home with them from the road, and yet they couldn't score a single goal.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association says the future of its international exchange program is up in the air because of a decision by the province to stop paying the union to operate it.
A new poll suggests a majority of Albertans support at least partial public funding for religious schools.
Fort McMurray charities are seeing more need and fewer donations as the effects of the 2016 wildfire and a lagging local economy continue to linger.
Jason Kenney says his United Conservative Party is on track to defeat the NDP's "job-killing, socialist government" in Alberta's 2019 election, after a resounding victory in a provincial byelection gives him a legislative seat to directly take on Premier Rachel Notley.
As trade officials gather in Washington in search of easy wins amid difficult NAFTA talks, Alberta industry appears to be sharpening its focus on what happens should the United States drop out of the pact.
Sgt. Kevin Harrison from the Edmonton police missing persons unit told a news conference on Thursday that a large team of investigators continues to work on what he called a "very active" case.
65-year old boxing coach Leo Marsh was found not guilty by a Court of Queen's Bench Justice on charges of sexual assault and sexual exploitation.
Alberta Health Services is notifying 141 women who may be at risk of blood-borne and sexually transmitted infections after undergoing endovaginal ultrasounds at an Edmonton clinic.video
One of the most stressful parts of the holidays is figuring out what food to serve your guests at parties — whether it's your party or someone else's.
It's beginning to look a lot of Christmas, at least on this weekend's what to do list.video
While some see Edmonton's $24-million funicular as a white elephant, others like Zachary Weeks say it gives them their first chance to see the river valley.
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