People across central and northern Alberta are being warned that Tuesday night brings the potential for treacherous driving conditions as a rainy and snowy weather system develops.
Phil began his professional journalism career in radio, working as an associate producer with the long-running CBC program As It Happens. He eventually transitioned into the world of television, and in 2012, made the move to Calgary when he joined Global News as a producer.
While he relished the opportunity to work in broadcast news, Phil has also always had a passion for online media.
In late 2015, he joined Global News Edmonton as an online journalist and is now thrilled to be working in Alberta’s capital.
Starting on Monday, live music professionals can begin applying for grants through a program set up by the provincial government to help the sector survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
One day after a woman succumbed to injuries sustained when she was hit by an SUV in her northeast Edmonton driveway, her neighbour is speaking about what happened.
A man has pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the deaths of three people who were in a car he was driving that crashed into an Edmonton Starbucks location last summer.
The speaker’s memo cites “the ongoing public health concerns arising from the pandemic” as the reason the spring sitting adjournment would continue until May 25.
An emergency department in central Alberta will be without an on-site physician for 16 hours because of a temporary doctor shortage linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Jets are set to do battle with the Oilers when the first round of the NHL playoffs gets underway. During the regular season, the Oilers won seven games against the Jets.
“I would like to offer an apology for my recent comments on my personal Facebook account,” Kaycee Madu tweeted. “My comments were wrong.”
They’ve already become popular modes of transportation in Alberta’s two biggest cities and now electric scooters have the go-ahead to be used in Red Deer this summer.
A person who was riding a motorcycle died in a collision with a pickup truck on Highway 2 near Fairview in northern Alberta.
The death of a 64-year-old man, whose body was found at a home in northeast Edmonton earlier this week, has been deemed suspicious, police said Friday.
Three people were taken to hospital as firefighters battled a blaze that left a multi-storey seniors residence in St. Albert with extensive fire, smoke and water damage.
Edmonton’s city manager says most citizens continue to comply with public health rules as Alberta’s capital tries to get through a brutal third wave of COVID-19.
The alert was issued shortly after 6 p.m. Officials said the wildfire was burning near Township Road 652 and Range Road 165 in Lac La Biche County.
Family confirmed to Global News that the woman who died was 52-year-old Lisa Stonehouse.