CBC | Edmonton News
The big surprise in the Edmonton mayoral race so far was Don Koziak’s entry into the campaign at the last minute, literally 10 minutes before the deadline. Of the 12 candidates challenging Don Iveson for mayor, he has the highest name recognition.
Whitemud Drive westbound from Fox Drive to 149th Street will be closed for several hours as police investigate the collision.
Two years after the town of Bruderheim threw out welcome mat, hoping to attract a doctor, there are still no takers.
Hundreds of Alberta officers marched Sunday in Edmonton to honour the 100 men and women killed on duty in the province since 1876.
Two men and two teenagers have been charged following reports of attempted armed robberies and a police pursuits that started in Lac La Biche Thursday night and ended north of Wetaskiwin early Friday morning.
As classrooms become more culturally and ethnically diverse, some educators ask why can't we update the material our kids are reading?
Members of Edmonton's Liberian community are still visibly shaken two days after three pillars of their tight-knit community were killed in a car crash near Lloydminster, Sask.
ABT economist Todd Hirsch says that for Calgary to become a destination city for high growth innovative companies such as Amazon, a vibrant arts and cultural scene isn't a luxury - it's a necessity.
The sixth annual Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo wrapped up Sunday after three days of panels and workshops.
From restaurants to funeral homes — a public health inspector shared her unconventional career transition with attendees at the Alberta conference for the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors.
Minnesota kicks off public hearings this week on whether regulators should allow Enbridge Energy to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
With five weeks to go until election day, Miranda Jimmy estimated she had already knocked on 8,000 doors, attended 330 community meetings and worn through four pairs of shoes.
The race for school board trustees in northern Alberta is underway for the first time in seven years.
Health Canada is seeking a contractor to develop a campaign targeting young Canadians about the risks of using cannabis.
Apple plans to make Siri, its digital assistant, better at responding to people's mental-health issues. Experts say the ambitious plan faces some big challenges.
The Liberian community in Edmonton is mourning three women killed in a car crash near Lloydminster, Sask., on Friday.
Alberta's premier Rachel Notley focused on the United Conservative Party's leadership candidates in her speech to the Alberta NDP provincial council on Saturday.