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Edmonton city council has approved $7.5 million in funding to open an temporary emergency shelter in a former hotel in the city west end as the demand for emergency housing continues to escalate.
The McDades are bringing back their Candlelight Christmas to the John Walter Museum. Learn more about the museum and the event here.
The Alberta government and Athabasca University have unanimously approved an agreement following months of negotiations.
Premier Danielle Smith says the government’s proposed sovereignty act would not give the provincial cabinet unchecked powers to rewrite laws, while critics say the premier’s signature bill would do just that.
Edmonton Screen Industries is intent on generating $100 million a year, up from the current $25 million made from the industry and to attain the lofty goal, it says it needs the municipal government’s help.
Thousands of professional and amateur swimmers could race down the North Saskatchewan River this summer if a non-profit organization’s plan for major triathlon events goes ahead.
Fourteen Métis communities across the province are threatening legal action against a proposed constitution that would pave the way toward self-governance for the Métis Nation of Alberta.
Potentially two of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in Alberta were reported in northern Alberta Tuesday.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith has tabled the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act — legislation that would allow the province to circumvent certain federal legislation deemed a threat to Alberta’s independence.
Alberta is combatting “unprecedented interference and overreach from Ottawa,” Lt.-Gov. Salma Lakhani said while delivering the province’s throne speech Tuesday.
An Alberta legislature member who admitted to hacking the province’s COVID-19 vaccine records portal has been ordered to pay a $7,200 fine.
The Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the RCMP has launched an investigation into the arrest and detention of an Alberta teenager with autism who was apprehended at a playground in October.
Parents who live in the northern Alberta hamlet of Anzac will no longer have to send their kids 50 kilometres away for child care in Fort McMurray now that the community has a licensed child care centre.
A northern Alberta ski hill is rebounding after a landslide tore through the property along the Wapiti River in 2020.
About 170 people and organizations are asking Edmonton city council for a piece of the 2023-26 capital and operating budgets as a public hearing got underway at city hall Monday.
Court of Appeal of Alberta Justice Ritu Khullar has been named the province’s new top judge. CBC News has learned. The Edmonton-based judge previously practised law with a focus on labour and employment, privacy, administrative, human rights and constitutional issues.
Cold weather will drive temperatures well below normal for the end of November and start of December. So why is that, and how do these cold snaps fit into climate change?
An Edmonton man was surprised to find he could see the private information of other Brinks home security customers through the Brinks system in his house. He was even more surprised it took Brinks months to fix it, even after he repeatedly called to alert them.
Alyx Bui grew up with Chinese ghost stories. Now they’re using them to build a role playing game that will increase representation for 2SLGBT and Asian players.
The Edmonton and Calgary international airports are seeing passengers return but the impact of the pandemic will still be felt for years to come.
A jewellery shop owner says he is frustrated moving to a new location has not deterred robbery. The new Sherwood Park Mall location of Beck Antiques & Jewellery Inc. was broken into by two men on Saturday morning.
A Sherwood Park funeral home owner called 911 and told the dispatcher where he was following an early morning shooting that killed a relative and injured his wife, court heard.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is defending new rules ordering schools to provide in-person learning during the current wave of viral illnesses, saying a clear, measured response is crucial for students and parents.
A plan by Boyle Street Community Services to move to a new facility two blocks north of its current home in the city’s core has been halted by Edmonton’s subdivision and development appeal board.
CBC Edmonton’s podcast explores the challenges facing the community, six months after two homicides left residents reeling.
Mounties testifying at the manslaughter trial of two RCMP officers have differing accounts of policing objectives leading up to the shooting death in July 2018 of Clayton Crawford.
The City of Edmonton is reporting a boon in its operating finances this year — a $45.3 million surplus as of Sept. 30, that’s expected to grow to $67.8 million by the end of the year.
“Unfortunately the lawsuit is a result of us trying to protect our village,” said Verna Murphy, the society’s executive director. “We’ve already seen increases in our insurance premiums in the last year and hopefully this won’t cause that to go higher.”