The Notley government will have to go back to the drawing board on its beer policy after suffering another setback.
The leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party says a technical issue is to blame for his website with its references to a grassroots guarantee disappearing.
Cornerstone Christian Academy is taking its case to a higher power after being told to shut down at the end of the year. Battle River School Division voted to close the school about a year after telling it to stop using Bible verses it considered offensive.
In a letter released on Tuesday, artistic director Daryl Cloran said he’s heard from many artists with negative experiences, and promised that disrespectful behaviour will not be tolerated anymore.
It’s been two years and counting since the old Royal Alberta Museum closed. Now staff are promising a 2018 opening of the new downtown Edmonton location.
Edmonton’s winter has gone from unseasonably mild to a deep freeze and that’s creating challenges for the crew building the Ice Castle at Hawrelak Park.
Albertans are giving a smaller portion of their income to charity, according to a study by the Fraser Institute. That trend mirrors a national slide in charitable giving.
“Everybody thinks they are a fantastic driver.”
The MLA stepping aside so Jason Kenney can run in his Calgary riding says he first mentioned it Kenney months ago.
The city is pleased with how the municipal candidates conducted themselves during Edmonton’s election campaign, at least when it comes to sign placement and removal.
Edmonton police are looking for a man they believe is responsible for an armed robbery and home invasion. Jason Roberts, 37, is considered armed and dangerous.
A three-day enforcement blitz on commercial vehicles in Edmonton has resulted in more than half of the inspected vehicles being pulled off the road.
The Notley government is not backing down, filing its appeal of a trade panel ruling that found its beer tax policy discriminates against out-of-province brews.
Former U.S. president Jimmy Carter says Edmonton’s huge Habitat for Humanity project is a real highlight.
A cougar got a little too close to an elementary school in west-central Alberta on Friday morning.