A mess left at a backcountry campground in Banff National Park is raising safety concerns for animals in the park.
Alberta reported 173 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
An impressive 80 per cent of eligible Canadians have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. That statistic points to a troubling fact, however: more than six million Canadians still haven't had a shot — at a time when experts say we urgently need more coverage to beat back a surge of cases in the fall.
Canadian women are bringing home the hardware, winning two silver medals so far. Here's what you missed in Tokyo on Sunday.
Not that long ago, Rod Lanier could count on an annual spring visit from the police. The southern Alberta farmer has been growing hemp for 12 years, and in the early days, the distinctive odour from his fields when the crop is in flower would invariably catch the attention of area residents.
The All Nations Cup is expected to be the largest Indigenous golfing tournament in Canada. It begins Sunday in Ponoka, Alta.
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.
Recent TV reboots are attempting to right past wrongs by casting Black, Indigenous and people of colour in lead roles. But experts say those resources would be better spent on original stories by racialized groups.
The influx of people taking an interest in the outdoors resulted in a significant increase in the amount of data collected about birds that can be used by scientists and environmentalists for monitoring bird populations and habitats.
Wildfires burning near Banff National Park are contributing to the blanket of smoke blowing into southern Alberta from British Columbia.
After an unsettled season that limited opportunities for junior hockey players and NHL scouts alike, Calgary Flames GM Brad Treliving believes it will take some time before the real winners of this year's draft can be picked.
Five people were treated in hospital for stab wounds in Cranbrook, B.C., after a fight broke out between two rival biker gangs from Alberta, police say.
Calgary police are investigating a suspicious death, after an injured man died after being dropped off at the hospital.
The remains of an Alberta man missing since June have been found near Crowsnest Pass, police say.
The sheep have kept the grass trimmed at the Fort Heritage Precinct in Fort Saskatchewan for the past 29 years.
Canada will likely face a fourth wave of the pandemic as the highly contagious delta variant continues to spread ahead of borders and schools reopening, but there’s growing optimism another surge won’t bring the country back to a crisis point.
Historian Doug Coats delves into the mysteries of early Calgary street names in a virtual presentation to kick off Historic Calgary Week called "When Avenues Collide."
Calgary police have issued a Canada-wide warrant for second-degree murder for Antoine Joel Gros Ventre Boy.
Multiple complaints have been filed to Elections Alberta regarding the campaign of Coun. Jeff Davison, asserting that the relationship between the campaign and a third-party advertiser broke the province's rules surrounding local elections and corporate donations.