After multiple incidents and complaints from families, the Calgary Board of Education is reminding its staff that uttering, writing or using racial slurs — including when reading aloud — is not permitted in the school division.
Experts say we need to shift our messaging and set out realistic parameters for socializing safely over the next few months or risk losing the room — or worse, pushing people to more dangerous behaviour.
The historic courthouse building in Fort Macleod is soon to get a new lease on life. The nearly 120-year-old building is a designated historic property and has been on the market for two years.
Souta Calling Last has spent the past four years designing an interactive map of 500 sacred Blackfoot historical sites such as teepee rings and battle grounds in Canada and the United States. She plans to use the map for a travel app that will notify people when they pass near a piece of Blackfoot history.
The province has not officially said when Alberta will move into the second stage of the reopening plan for Alberta. Restrictions could begin relaxing March1, generating mixed response from doctors.
Alberta reported 356 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday and three more deaths from the illness, the lowest number of COVID-19 deaths reported by the province in a single day in months.
Health Minister Tyler Shandro and Alberta Medical Association president Paul Boucher have announced a tentative deal between the provincial government and Alberta physicians.
A plaza with views of the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton, just outside of the Federal Building, has a new name: The Violet King Henry Plaza.
Alberta finance officials are pushing back against a proposal in a private members’ bill from NDP MLA Shannon Phillips that would add members representing public sector plans to the board of the Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo).
Looking for a new hobby in the pandemic? You're not alone. Find out how some are turning their gaze to the skies above us to pass their extra time.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, there are so many numbers flying around, it's hard to keep track. Here, we'll do our best to keep track for you, with new charts updated daily and the context surrounding the data.
Maria Galura is bringing joy to our city while connecting with her roots. Her latest work can be seen at the Chinook Blast festival happening in downtown Calgary.
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Alberta's 2021 budget is placing an increased spotlight on the technology and innovation sector, setting it up to be a key player in the province's efforts to stabilize after COVID-19.
Helen Naslund was sentenced to 18 years in prison last October for the 2011 shooting death of her abusive husband Miles Naslund. This week, she filed a notice of appeal asking the appeal court to reduce the sentence.
WestJet Airlines Ltd. says it is laying off an undisclosed number of pilots amid negotiations with the union that represents them.
Some in Alberta's business community are happy with a provincial budget, described as a "do no harm" plan or a bridge to the other side of the pandemic.
The Canadian Medical Association has elected its first Indigenous president — a milestone that arrives as the health care sector grapples with its own racism problems.
Instead of starting the long process of building a more resilient budget, the government opted to gamble on oil — as Alberta’s governments typically do, says economist Trevor Tombe.
A judge has rejected an application for an emergency injunction that would have maintained a last-resort treatment for Albertans suffering from the most severe forms of opioid addiction.