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Canada Soccer says it has cancelled a controversial exhibition game against Iran set for next month in Vancouver.
Health Minister Jason Copping says a telephone town hall for Albertans with diabetes was a first step in a consultation launched two weeks ago, after the province put plans to end the Insulin Pump Therapy Program on hold.
Shirley Soosay's homecoming marks the end of Violet Soosay's lifelong search for her long-lost aunt. Shirley Soosay was murdered in 1980 and identified by DNA testing nearly 40 years later.
There is concern among some economists when it comes to who makes up Alberta's unemployment rate, which registered at 5.9 per cent in Statistics Canada's latest labour force survey — and the long-term implications should such trends continue.
Edmonton’s Catholic school board and the Edmonton Police Service say they’re committed to keeping and improving a decades-old program that stations officers in schools.
An Edmonton woman was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years imprisonment in the manslaughter death of an 83-year-old great-grandmother.
Public health officials reported more than 50 COVID-19 deaths in the latest reporting week, while hospital and intensive care unit admissions have dropped.
High River has become what it says is the first municipality to endorse a community-developed policy that calls for a ban on new coal exploration and development in the Rocky Mountains.
Coun. Shafiq Dogar has been reprimanded for his conduct, including comments he made at a February budget meeting about Indigenous people.
Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies, sidelined from international play since November, returns to action with Canada for June games against Iran, Curacao and Honduras.
Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro is to face a three-day disciplinary hearing in October before the self-governing body that sets standards for lawyers in the province.
As staffing shortages continue to plague Alberta hospitals, travel nurses, contracted by health-care staffing agencies, are being used to fill the gaps.
Xavier Moon, the now Los Angeles Clipper, wound his way through numerous stops on the globe on his road to the NBA, but none were more important than his three-year stint in Edmonton with the Stingers in the CEBL.
Freedom Convoy leader Tamara Lich will not be returning to jail, a judge has ruled, after a Crown prosecutor argued in court that she violated her release conditions.
Thousands of claims have been filed in a settlement for residential school day scholars, but a lawyer who helped organize the class-action lawsuit says thousands more may still be eligible to apply.
One of the first steps of healing the divisions within the United Conservative Party is to welcome MLAs Todd Loewen and Drew Barnes back into the fold, says Michael Solberg.
A replica Doctor Who TARDIS has landed on an Edmontonian’s driveway. Jack Thomson hopes the attention brings interest to the local cosplay scene.
Members of Premier Jason Kenney’s cabinet are mulling a run to replace him in the upcoming race for the United Conservative Party leadership.
The daughter of a man killed in an unprovoked attack at an Edmonton autobody shop hopes her father’s death will serve as a catalyst for change in the city’s Chinatown district.
Two men are dead after a canoe overturned Saturday on the Ells River north of Fort MacKay, Alta.