Some residents of historic Crowsnest Pass, Alta., hope a new mining opportunity will lift up their town's economy. But others fear negative consequences from open-pit mining in a postcard setting tucked at the foot of the Rocky Mountains.
The United Conservative Party is being accused of targeting a vulnerable population after it advised playing on seniors' negative emotions during a fundraising strategy session at its annual general meeting.
Hundreds of Alberta health care workers who walked off the job Monday are being told to stop "illegal strike activity" and return to work, the province's labour board says.
Suncor will be moving its Mississauga and Oakville head offices to Calgary.
Alberta brought in new mandatory limits of 15 people at most social gatherings in Edmonton and Calgary on Monday after the province reported 1,440 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend, including a record of 572 on Saturday.
The Calgary Board of Education is advancing its commitment to anti-racism and equity by launching the Collaboration for Anti-Racism and Equity Support Advisory Council (CARES), but some worry the plan lacks specific actions and duplicates existing research and work.
A House of Commons committee probe into the government's handling of the pandemic is a good idea, if MPs can keep their eyes on the ball. The early signs are not encouraging.
A bobsled shell from the movie Cool Runnings has been stolen from the former Ranchman's building.
The Saskatchewan Party has won a majority government for the fourth time in a row, CBC News has projected.
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The first-ever Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association Gaming Challenge kicks off on Oct. 27, and competitors will go head-to-head playing FIFA20 on Playstation 4 and Xbox.
A disturbing video showing a Calgary police officer slamming a handcuffed woman into the ground head-first has been released by a judge at the constable's trial.
Clearing health care backlog caused by first wave of COVID-19 will require more than $1.3 billion in additional funding, Canadian Medical Association estimates.
An Alberta infectious disease expert says now is the time to bring in tougher restrictions if Alberta wants to rein in surging COVID-19 numbers.
COVID-19 ushered in safety guidelines that are preventing pumpkin-carving from going forward this year at the Carewest Colonel Belcher, so the staff is hoping to create a tour-able pumpkin patch instead.
An 81-year-old Calgary man has died from his injuries after being attacked on the Sunnyside CTrain platform in August, with manslaughter charges pending.
Alberta reported 1,440 new cases over the weekend — more than the number of cases reported in the entire month of June, and nearly as many as were reported in the month of May.
The Alberta government will limit the number and types of jobs available to new temporary foreign workers — a move it says will free up jobs for Albertans who are looking for work.
The last time Cenovus Energy swung for the fences with a bold move to vastly expand, the mega-deal was a major flop. The big question now is whether Cenovus can pull off the new merger; it's a risk to investors, employees, and the overall stability of Alberta's oil and gas sector.