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Kody Richter, 27, was airlifted to Edmonton's Royal Alexandra Hospital in critical condition on Feb. 11. He has a head injury and fractures to his wrist and vertebrae, according to a GoFundMe page dedicated to his recovery.
The Alberta government has once again intervened in the energy sector, signing contracts to spend $3.7 billion to ship more oil out of the province by rail, but industry experts say the plan is risky.
After years locked in battle with a policing hospitality unit, the owner of an Edmonton shisha bar has won his fight to stay open.
Vinnie Hinostroza scored the shootout winner, adding to a goal in regulation, as the Arizona Coyotes came away with a 3-2 victory on Tuesday over an Edmonton Oilers team missing star forward Connor McDavid with the flu.
A ready-to-eat salad kit recalled in Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Ontario due to possible Listeria contamination has also been spotted in an Alberta grocery store.
A 76-year-old woman is dead after a collision between an SUV and a pickup truck Tuesday afternoon west of Barrhead, Alta.
A Wetaskwin man has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of a woman on the Samson Cree Nation.
A police officer who fractured the arm of a man stopped for jaywalking during Oilers playoff celebrations in 2017 will not be charged.
Two billboards went up this week in Calgary and Edmonton, asking Albertans to consider if the province should ditch the rest of Canada and go it alone.
The National Energy Board is rejecting a call made by an environmental group last month to greatly expand the scope of its reconsideration of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
During practice Tuesday morning, Oilers defenceman Andrej Sekera looked like his old self again, something that hasn't be said for more than a year and a half.
Camping may be the last thing on your mind in this winter weather, but online reservations for provincial campgrounds opened Tuesday morning. And this year, there are new options for both backcountry and comfort camping in Alberta.
A 26-year-old man wanted by police after a woman was shot Saturday turned himself in Tuesday morning.
An internal police investigation involving the handcuffing of a naked, sleeping female constable was “grossly inadequate” and needs to be conducted again, the Law Enforcement Review Board says.
A hockey ref has been skating for 19 hours and 26 minutes in each of Canada's seven NHL cities while blasting AC/DC to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer's societies. And his efforts caught the attention of not just one but two of the legendary band's members.
The Alberta government has signed contracts with Canadian National and Canadian Pacific to lease 4,400 rail cars to take oilsands crude to American and international markets.
Connor McDavid is not going anywhere, according to Bob Nicholson, CEO of Oilers Entertainment Group.