3 hrs ago | CBC News
The Calgary Police Service said more than 20 vehicles were stolen by the ring of offenders - some of whom are known to police.
4 hrs ago | Canada.com
Canada's largest grocer is trying out a new discount small-store format in a bid to attract more customers in urban areas.
4 hrs ago | CBC News
Alberta's Health Minister Fred Horne conceded in an interview with CBC Radio One on Wednesday that the first-available bed policy was a mistake.
5 hrs ago | CBC News
Despite sporadic success in addressing homelessness in Canada, little progress has been made toward a permanent cross-country solution, says a national report into the extent of the problem.
5 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
Jane Birdsell is thrilled to receive a Finalist Award in the Relationship Category of the 2013 National Indie Excellence Book Awards contest.
9 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal
What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Edmonton? Is it landmarks such as our colossal mall or the four gleaming pyramids nestled in our river valley? Or might it be less obvious: the biting cold that strikes your bones in the dead of winter or the sizzle of green onion cakes at one of our many summer festivals? Premier Alison ... (more)
12 hrs ago | The Abbotsford Times Newspaper
More Canadians are surviving strokes due to advances in awareness and medical services, but a new report by the Heart and Stroke Foundation reveals that more than one-third of Canadians mistakenly believe that the recovery period is limited to a few months.
Between 200 and 600 mostly Eastern European immigrants were help prisoner at two internment camps in Banff - first at Castle Mountain and later at Cave and Basin, above - between 1915 and 1917.
An Albertan mall-food chain with teriyaki in its veins and global reach returns to its roots under CEO Tom Donaldson Tom Donaldson is a mechanic, but he doesn't fix cars or have grease under his nails.
Calgary 2012 was meant to highlight what the city has to offer artistically and support new endeavours or artists starting a career in the city.
AHS president and CEO Chris Eagle announced Tuesday the decision to lay off staff at three Edmonton home-care facilities has been reversed.
An adult male black bear was struck and killed on the Trans-Canada Highway in Yoho National Park on Monday evening.
Former university student leader Meghan Melnyk, pictured here in August 2012, will be sentenced in September for robbing a bank last year.
A serial violent attacker, found guilty of a number of sex assaults and robberies over the last two decades and declared a dangerous offender, will go to prison indefinitely.
Modeste Nzenga, who arrived in Canada after being imprisoned for his beliefs in wartorn Congo, said the health care he received on arrival in Canada was crucial to getting back on his feet.
The ex-dividend date is June 26, 2013, with payment in cash or common shares at the election of the shareholder.
In trying to find out what went so wrong with Calgary Transit's electronic fare card, I had to go the Freedom of Information route.