The Canadian Soccer Association has postponed the national semi final game between Edmonton and the Vancouver Whitecaps FC.
An ecstatic British Columbia New Democrat Leader John Horgan donned orange socks and an orange tie to celebrate the historic NDP election win in Alberta.
An 18-year-old man is dead after the vehicle he was driving rolled several times into a field in Sherwood Park Tuesday evening.
National Prescription Drug Drop-Off Day encourages the public to properly dispose of their unwanted, expired or unused prescription drugs.
A day after Albertans voted in an NDP majority, ending 44 years of PC governance, parts of the province experienced a major change in weather.
The hope is the purple flag will draw people to the downtown core and change the perception that it’s unsafe, but some residents feel the street doesn’t need it.
A proposed road through privately owned farmland will have area residents speaking up to city council at a public hearing Jan. 26.
A flu outbreak at Devonshire Village is expected to be lifted in the next few days, pending the health of a sick resident.
After the City of Edmonton began advertising as a “winter city,” Edmonton Tourism is encouraging locals and visitors to embrace the cold.
Saskatoon jeweller and goldsmith Mary Lynn Podiluk is a finalist for a 2015 NICHE award for her Infinite Diamond Engagement Ring.
More Canadians are looking for deals on Black Friday and more Saskatoon retailers are seeing an increase in the number of shoppers.
Stars will be on the red carpet as Corner Gas: The Movie is set to premiere in Saskatoon Monday evening.
A family from Humboldt, Sask. may hire a lawyer after Blue Cross refused to pay a $950,000 hospital bill after a premature birth in the United States.
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society says the province should ban plastic bags to protect wildlife and natural resources.
Photo radar is going to city council for approval, but councillors are unsure of what their role in the project is until city solicitor decides.