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Police say the trapped man was seen with "severe visible injuries" and that attempts to give first aid were hampered by fallen power lines near the vehicle.
Alberta's Opposition New Democratic Party is calling for a public inquiry into Premier Jason Kenney and his government's handling of the COVID-19 crisis.
Edmonton's Brieann Baldock, who is legally blind, is part of the Canadian Paralympic goalball team.
Many farmers in Alberta are trying to salvage the little crop they've managed to grow amid an ongoing heat wave.
COVID-19 data from the long weekend will be released Tuesday. Alberta reported 187 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
The COVID-19 pandemic tightened the squeeze on the Fort McMurray International Airport, which had already been seeing fewer passengers travel through its gates for several years.
Three Alberta organizations are launching a joint-initiative to improve the outcomes for Indigenous survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
A residential break-in near Penhold, Alta., ended with a man being shot and killed, police say.
A Winnipeg runner didn’t let training in the flat prairie city keep her from winning a gruelling marathon in the Rocky Mountains this weekend.
A 26-year-old woman from Peers, Alta., is dead after a reported bear attack in northern Alberta on Saturday, RCMP say.
Saskatchewan is the first Canadian province to lift all public health restrictions and Alberta plans to phase them out by mid-August. But public health experts warn now isn't the time for such action.
The Edmonton Transit Service Advisory Board says fear and uncertainty may be a barrier for newcomers, seniors and other groups who usually depend on transit.
Alberta's two largest airports are seeing signs that they can prepare their recovery for takeoff in the wake of a worldwide pandemic that almost grounded the industry.
Nine years after heartbreak and controversy at Old Trafford at London 2012, the Canadian women's soccer team defeated the number-one ranked United States 1-0 in their semifinal on Monday at the Tokyo Games. Canada now advances to play Sweden for Olympic soccer gold for the first time in team history.
The central Edmonton retail hub along 104th Avenue will now be known as Unity Square, with signage having already been replaced this weekend.
Edmonton emergency services are searching for a male swimmer who went missing Saturday in what is being treated as a drowning event.
EMS dispatch has been directed by Alberta Health Services to stop screening callers for COVID-19.
An Ontario man drowned Sunday morning while competing in an Ironman race at Harmony Lake in Rocky View County, Alta.
Yokozuna's customers have received a variety of heartfelt messages written by the manager during the pandemic.
Alberta's TV and film industry is projected to double this year and is bringing an anticipated $482 million in spending to the province.