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One of two tourists charged with vandalism for spray painting graffiti on an ancient red-brick wall in northern Thailand is from Grande Prairie, Alta.
Nhung Tran-Davies remembers her mother giving food away to hungry neighbours when her own family members — then living in a war-torn, flood-ravaged village in rural Vietnam — were themselves starving.
Canadian engineering-design giant Stantec Inc. is selling its construction arm in a much-anticipated deal following a review begun last spring of how to best extract value from the operation it bought two and a half years ago.
A central Edmonton Chinese restaurant has been ordered closed by the province after health inspectors found cockroaches and filthy kitchen conditions.
A fly-in northern Alberta hamlet is concerned about the privatization of the community’s port, one of the few points of escape if there’s a wildfire.
In the U.S., President Donald Trump attacks stories he doesn't like as “fake news.” In Alberta, the United Conservative Party and its supporters are attacking stories they don’t like as “old news.”
A high-ranking officer with the Edmonton Police Service has accused outgoing Chief Rod Knecht of making "false and misleading" statements about whether he cancelled a reception for the city's LGBTQ community, CBC News has learned.
The city's new four-year capital budget moves forward big projects like the LRT and invests in parks, roads and neighbourhood renewal, but a few much-anticipated items have been left out.
Some foreign-trained dentists on the cusp of becoming certified to practise in Canada say they've been thrust into limbo — and in many cases, deep into debt — after the profession's Ottawa-based examination board determined their credentials from an Indian university no longer pass muster.
More business owners, customers and human rights advocates are rallying behind the owner of a McCauley bar who has been complaining for months about what he says is unfair and unjustified police presence in his establishment.
Connor McDavid set up Leon Draisaitl for the overtime winner as the Edmonton Oilers defeated the Boston Bruins 3-2 in their home opener on Thursday.
A Calgary jury has found Jennifer and Jeromie Clark guilty of criminal negligence causing death and failure to provide the necessaries of life for the 2013 death of their toddler son, John.
The family and friends of Kristi Schienmann, who was killed by her husband Timothy Crowe, delivered emotional victim impact statements Thursday in Edmonton’s Court of Queen’s Bench.
People who live in St. Albert are rallying to show their support for a family who received a racist, threatening letter this week.
With the program the province uses to fund local building projects across Alberta coming to an end, cities and towns are worried the uncertainty about its replacement will leave gaping holes in their capital budgets.
Two men are facing criminal charges after a 48-year-old woman was abducted Wednesday morning in Red Deer.
As far as scary players go in the NHL, there might not be anyone more intimidating than Oilers veteran Milan Lucic.
The Edmonton Police Service hopes the option to report sexual assaults online will prompt more victims to come forward.
Edmonton city council gets its first official look at the $5.2-billion capital budget over the next four years.