The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will take approximately 30 months for the project to be completed. If there are approvals in 2019, that could mean oil flowing through the line in 2022.
David Hughes was the owner of the four locations in Lethbridge, Alta., but the locks on his stores were changed over the weekend.
Safety and testing in commercial trucking will be part of the consultations, the Alberta government said.
A group of hikers near Canmore, Alta. come face to face with a grizzly bear on an early June hike.
Ryan Straschnitzki’s recovery at a U.S. hospital is going faster than expected and he could return home in early July so loved ones are getting ready.
The mountain town is offering a financial incentive to eliminate combustible roofing material.
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) said without a flight recorder, there is no way to be sure what caused a plane crash that killed four people, including former Alberta premier Jim Prentice.
Canadians with LTE smartphones will now get critical alerts about their safety on their mobile devices.
Tensions ran high in Calgary on Friday morning, as pro and anti-pipeline protesters clashed at a couple of locations within the city.
Aid groups hope awareness of the dog meat trade will put pressure on South Korea government to end it.
Visitors to the Olympics are lining up to see a part of North Korea up close.
The ice dancing duo came out of retirement with the goal of making it to the top of the podium in South Korea, and won gold.
Shannon-Ogbnai Abeda made history competing in Sunday’s Men’s Giant Slalom at the Pyeongchang Olympics.
A group of Muslim sisters from Toronto got to speak to their hockey idol for an inspirational chat, live from Pyeongchang.
There are an estimated 17,000 dog meat farms in South Korea. Canadians are adopting some of the animals recovered from the controversial operations.