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Around 200 youth from iHuman, a local non-profit community arts agency in Edmonton, celebrated a Christmas party at the Boyle Street Plaza on Thursday.
Let’s just make it official and put Justin Trudeau’s name on the ballot for Alberta’s 2019 provincial election.
Conservative immigration critic Michelle Rempel is again calling for a complete review and audit of the immigration screening system in response to a CBC News investigation that revealed a Somali gang member with an extensive criminal record was twice released in Canada.
Defenceman Josh Morrissey scored 41 seconds into overtime to lift the Winnipeg Jets to a 5-4 victory over the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday.
It's unlikely a dramatic improvement in western Canadian oil prices since Alberta announced forced production curtailments two weeks ago will continue after the cuts begin on Jan. 1, 2019, a panel of experts agreed Thursday.
Avalanche warnings have been issued for wide swaths of B.C.'s backcountry, after a major dump of snow in parts of the province.
At the Safe Harbour Society's annual holiday party this week something special happened. A young woman, who is a regular client, came through the doors just as they were closing up. This is her story.
RCMP have charged a 23-year-old woman with manslaughter in the Wednesday death of another woman on the Sunchild First Nation in west-central Alberta.
The combination of freezing rain and temperatures hovering around zero is creating dangerous conditions on Edmonton sidewalks.
Cheers and shouts of "Santa's here!" echoed through the halls as Santa landed on the Stollery Children's Hospital roof on Thursday, accompanied by the Edmonton Garrison's 408 Tactical Helicopter Squadron.
Dozens of bomb threats — all believed to be hoaxes — were reported in major cities across Canada and the United States on Thursday.
CBC morning show Edmonton AM celebratied the first day of the annual Turkey Drive campaign with a gingerbread fest. Host Mark Connollly and the morning crew had some special guests in studio Thursday morning to decorate some cookies, Christmas style.
For almost a year researchers at the University of Alberta worked to solve a riddle. What caused lake ice to shatter so violently on New Year's Day that homes in three central Alberta beach communities were damaged?
Mounties in northern Alberta are searching for a would-be thief who was shoved out of the truck he was attempting to steal and likely run over by his intended victim.
Hunting for a break from the hustle and bustle of the rush towards the holidays? We've got you covered.
After a chilly response from listeners, Baby, It’s Cold Outtside is back on the CBC airwaves but Edmonton AM host Mark Connolly thought the old classic could use some tweaks.