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According to recent research, keeping up with friends can be expensive—and many are putting themselves into debt to do so.
Hundreds marched across the country in response to the 2015 verdict that found Ontario truck driver Bradley Barton not guilty of first degree murder in the death of Cindy Gladue.
Courthouses and the overall legal process can be scary and intimidating.
An upcoming event in Edmonton is asking you to be a game changer.
The judicial system often creates onlookers out of the public as it deals with crimes.
Pharmacists in Alberta fear a new funding agreement with the province will lead to staff cuts and lower quality of care for patients.
Indigenous art and craftsmanship play a pivotal role in the academic instruction offered at Portage College in Lac La Biche.
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis.
Upcoming legalization has meant a huge growth in the cannabis market, with potentially more growth to come.
It is often said that time will heal, but now about ten days after the horrible bus crash involving the Humboldt Broncos in Saskatchewan, many people are still struggling with its emotional effects.
The Prime Minister may be meeting with the Premiers of Alberta and B.C. Sunday in a bid to break the Trans Mountain pipeline impasse, but it’s merely a pit stop.
Archivists at the University of Calgary are working to catalogue and preserve the records of EMI Music Canada.
It appears many Canadians are not paying attention to food recalls.
The face of farming in Alberta is changing, with women leading the way.
Is it time to unfriend Facebook? Learn how to protect your profile while also finding out what Facebook thinks they know about you.
More than 10,000 Albertans are living with Parkinson Disease, a degenerative disorder with symptoms like tremors and speech impairment that affect every person differently.
Todd Hirsch joins Shawna to discuss what the Bank of Canada’s next moves could be, and how Albertans will handle any future rate hikes.
Advocates and survivors of the disease continue to encourage men to get properly tested before it’s too late.
The 25th annual Alberta Native Hockey Provincial Championships are April 5 to 8 in Edmonton.
A growing number of Indigenous girls in Alberta are lacing up their skates to play hockey.
A recent poll by the Financial Planning Standards Council suggests that a large number of women lack money skills and knowledge.
Historically, canning food was a necessity of survival - a way to keep fruits and vegetables preserved through Canada’s long winters.
An Alberta woman is hoping her contribution to a new book will inspire women to feel more worthy about themselves.
Medicine Hat has signed an agreement to sell electricity and lease land to Hut 8, a company that mines for cryptocurrency using power-hungry computers.
A black bear has been left to fend for itself west of Calgary while healing an injured leg.
It started back in 2011 when two drummers were looking to add some fun to their fitness regime.
There are many barriers to accessing quality mental health care.
Growing up in Edmonton, Caribbean music and culture has always been a part of Kapri’s life.
Alberta municipalities are preparing for life after coal. What does the future hold?
For the 16th time in its long and storied history, the University of Alberta’s men’s hockey team is the best in Canada.
Saige Arcand of Edmonton is a community leader.
West Edmonton Mall attracts more than 30 million visitors each year, and one of the biggest draws is the marine life.
Two Alberta businesses are giving tourists an authentic Indigenous experience in Alberta’s foothills.
First Nations groups and businesses want to capitalize on a growing interest in Indigenous culture.
An American study estimates the average woman spends $300,000 on makeup and skincare in her lifetime.
Demand for counselling services has increased dramatically since the start of the Me Too movement, but there is no way for people seeking help in Alberta to know if they are getting service from qualified professionals.
Experts believe that it is rare for school-related violence to happen out of the blue.
Technology is ingrained in our daily life, but that doesn’t mean it’s entirely good for us!
What started as a hunt for a healthy breakfast for their diabetic daughter led Hennie Bos and Tinie Eilers down an unexpected career path.
For many of us, cycling stopped the second snow hit, but thanks to fat bikes we can now enjoy that activity year round. With oversized, often studded, tires fat bikes allow riders to navigate snow and difficult terrain.
Central Albertans are waiting longer for surgery, and the lives of some are even at risk, that’s according to a group of doctors speaking out.
There are a couple of striking art exhibits on display at the UofA’s Fine Arts Building Gallery, produced by Master of Fine Arts Candidates
Thrifty Princess Studio’s consignment for a cause initiative is boosting business and helping homeless cats!
The recent federal budget included a proposal that could see $50M over five years going to spur on local journalism in underserved communities.
Lethbridge and surrounding communities are dealing with an increase in overdoses by incorporating cultural practices into their opioid strategy.
Despite societal changes, post secondary students and staff in Alberta may still experience discrimination and hate. MacEwan University is hoping to address this with a new office of Human Rights, Diversity and Equity.
The Government of Alberta wrapped up a series of six engagement sessions across the province as it moves towards delivering an appropriate apology to survivors
The BC government has taken measures to cool its hot housing market and it's left some Albertans steaming.
The Alberta government has laid out its rules regarding the private sales of cannabis in the province, but who's going to pay to enforce them?
Canada is mourning another tragic loss of life this week, this time after an attack in Toronto.
How digital assistants could be changing how to speak, a robot being developed to deliver the news and a faux leather inspired by nature.
Jason Miller manages the millions of litres of water at West Edmonton Mall.
Violinist Andrew Wan is a concert master, chamber musician, soloist and a mentor to aspiring musicians at McGill University in Montreal.
A made-in Alberta workout taking functional fitness from farm to studio.
Hunting will look a little bit different for some people in 2018; spear hunting has been banned by the province.
A team led by University of Alberta electrical engineering student Megnath Ramesh took home three top prizes at a recent 24-hour hackathon in San Francisco.