A judge has dismissed an attempt to quash the United Conservative government's inquiry into whether foreign groups have conspired against Alberta's oil industry.
Albertans with one of the very few conditions that qualify for mandatory mask exemptions must now prove it by producing a letter from a physician, nurse practitioner or psychologist, while the province continues to have the highest per capita COVID-19 rate in the country, by far.
The most-important factor when it comes to vaccine hesitancy is populism, according to a new poll commissioned by CBC News. The most-populist respondents have a 50/50 chance of being vaccine hesitant whereas the least populist have only an eight per cent chance, says data scientist John Santos.
A doctor in Rocky Mountain House, Alta., worries a recent closure of the local emergency department will not be an isolated incident.
Alberta MLAs Drew Barnes and Todd Loewen have been expelled from the UCP caucus over allegations they divided the party and undermined government leadership.
The start of summer was barely a month away, but snow covered much of southern Alberta.
While the Whistle Stop Cafe in Mirror, Alta., has drawn much attention for breaking health protocols, Mae's Kitchen, the hamlet's other restaurant, quietly serves customers following public health guidelines.
The desire to take the road less travelled led Chaka Zinyemba to pick up the mbira as a teenager in Zimbabwe.
Gardening gurus Jim Hole and Kath Smyth join host Nancy Carlson for a one-hour Q&A about all things spring planting.
The more than two million Canadians who received the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine made the right choice, health experts say, despite some provinces pausing its rollout over concerns about the risk of rare blood clots.
Energy efficiency program could help homeowners in Okotoks make improvements without paying upfront costs.
Along a stretch of Plummers Road, which is about 50 kilometres southwest of Calgary, there are dozens of nest boxes where mountain bluebirds make their homes.
U.S. railway operator Kansas City Southern said on Thursday that it had accepted Canadian National Railway's $33.6 billion US acquisition offer, upending a $29 billion deal with its competitor Canadian Pacific Railway.
Alberta is clarifying rules for people who don't wear masks in public places because of medical conditions, the province's chief medical officer of health said Thursday.
After more than a year battling to treat and save patients on the front lines of this pandemic, many health-care workers are exhausted, traumatized and burned out.
An inmate at the Bowden Institution died Tuesday after experiencing complications related to COVID-19, according to the Correctional Service of Canada.
The Edmonton-based company on Thursday unveiled a plan to accelerate between $60 million and $80 million in annualized cost efficiencies over the next 12 to 18 months.
How do you restore a WWII-era aircraft during a pandemic when pandemic restrictions prevent traditional group work?
HBO's adaptation of the hit video game series The Last of Us is set to film in the Calgary area this summer, and the big-budget production is looking for locals to cast as extras from Calgary, High River, Lethbridge and Fort Macleod.
Elias Lindholm and Matthew Tkachuk each had a goal and an assist for the Calgary Flames in a 4-1 win Thursday over the visiting Vancouver Canucks.