An Alberta expat has been invited to join the Oscars Academy.
The twenty-three year old poet has been shortlisted for several awards and has won this year's the Griffin Poetry Prize.
Custom suits getting A-list attention south of the border.
As a teenager, Jonathan Giovannoni has already launched a successful food-based career and is giving back to the community
On July 14th, Restaurants across Edmonton and Calgary will go straw-free in support of the last straw campaign
The ITU World Triathlon Series is returning to Edmonton July 27 and 28.
The AlbertaSat group at the University of Alberta is out of this world - literally.
An exhibit at the Telus World of Science Edmonton takes you on a prehistoric journey that is millions of years in the making!
Mental health, survival, and connection are just some of the reasons why youth seek out the support of gangs.
The India Film Festival of Alberta showcases Canadian and international films and is touring the province this summer.
Jasper cyclist Geneviève Arcand took on one of the world's longest self-supported bike races.
More Albertans are making a connection with their food, paying attention to where it comes from and how it’s grown.
The international tariff situation ramped up another notch with the European Union slapping major penalties on more than $3 billion worth of American products, from whisky to motorcycles.
The Edmonton Music Awards is an annual event to celebrate, showcase and promote artists and music in the capital region.
Edmonton Artist Jasmine Singh shares her love of performing and balancing a career as an independent artist.
From officiating to mentoring and volunteering, Tom Daly has dedicated his life to the world of boxing.
Mortgages, loans, big purchases and even salaries, Selina Gray tells you how to negotiate a better number.
Vivek Shraya is an award-winning multi-disciplinary artist using her art to connect to other people.
Trevor Scott was once a student and athlete at the Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Edmonton.
There seems to be a growing curiosity amongst governments of the impact of a guaranteed income.
A new public opinion survey has found that most Albertans are supportive of hunting, fishing and trapping in our province, even if they don’t participate themselves
He’s as comfortable on the family farm as he is sharing the stage with some of the biggest names in country music.
The Edmonton Pride Festival is 10 days of celebrating gender and sexual diversity, educating people and unifying communities.
The Alberta Grown Music Festival is a non-profit event created to showcase musicians from across Alberta.
Three decades ago, Raymond Yakeleya started his career as a filmmaker with short documentaries like the “The Last Mooseskin Boat”, an adventure film dedicated to exploring the lives of the Dene people.
Agriculture for Life wants everyone to be aware of the safety risks of farm life, whether or not you live in rural Alberta.
Too often the stories of Indigenous Canadians go untold, but the new RISE Reconciliation Film Festival is hoping to highlight that work.
Edmonton’s Rosalind Mosychuk is a parent, a community leader and an advocate for families.
Isla Diesmos is a 10-year old Brazilian Jiu-jitsu fighter.
Dr. Michiko Maruyama of Edmonton is a master of merging her passions and pushing convention.
How do you imagine veterinary students learn to care for our animals?
Over 700 sexual offenses were reported last year to Edmonton Police, in Calgary that number was over 1,100.
The “Remember Jordan” campaign aims to get you to think twice when attempting to recover a stuck vehicle.
From working with world-class musicians to bringing home various awards as a soloist, we sit down with cellist, Estelle Choi.
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
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?
Ryan McLennan is desperately looking for a living donor with type O blood to help him replace his failing kidney. He's turned to an unconventional approach to get attention.
With this years RRSP deadline looming, you may want to consider a contribution into a tax-free savings account instead.
HIV North Society is working to provide supervised mobile consumption services in Grand Prairie.
The Edmonton Public School Board is asking the province to axe funding to private schools. If it happens, what impact could it have for all students?
Some Alberta farmers are feeling the pinch as a rail backlog prevents them from delivering their grain to elevators
A new partnership with RCMP and Alberta crime watch groups aims to turn the tide on rural crime.
Alberta continues to face an opioid epidemic with deaths from accidental overdoses increasing by 40 per cent in 2017. As a result, organizations from all over Alberta are applying to open their own supervised consumption sites: both mobile and stationary.
With talk of limited progress in the ongoing NAFTA negotiations, many are left wondering what’s to become of Canada-U.S. relations?
In the two years since fines and penalties for distracted driving went up, people have continued to use their phones behind the wheel. What will it take to put the brakes on distracted driving?
The Liberal government announced last week $4.1 million of funding over five years and $857,000 a year ongoing, to the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to help combat child pornography on the Internet.
Why does Canada’s health care system so poorly represent its ethnic minority groups, and to what effect?
A staggering number of Albertans with developmental disabilities, estimated to be 80%, are unemployed or under-employed. The Rotary Employment Partnership through Inclusion Alberta is working to change that.
ATB Financials' Chief Economist Todd Hirsch gives some insight on the economic impact of exporting oil via Canada’s western coast.
Health care practitioners with front line exposure to the opioid crisis want you to try your hand at a card game with kick
As the dispute over Trans Mountain continues, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has announced the immediate ban of B.C. wines and hints this may not be the end of the trade dispute.
With legalization on the horizon, local medical marijuana producer stresses the importance of delivering a safe product and embraces high standards and testing for contaminates at licensed sites.
If you look at indicators like the price of oil, Alberta's energy sector should be in recovery mode, but an industry insider says we're not "out of the woods" quite yet.
Hundreds of emergency room visits and the recent death of a man at an indoor trampoline park in Richmond, B.C. has prompted MLA Wayne Drysdale to call for the province to better regulate trampoline parks in Alberta.
Remember when you purchased your first home? It was a right of passage and a pretty big deal; for mllennials, not so much.
A former Albertan and mathematician is on a life-long mission to get more girls and women involved in the fields of math and science.
A conference to be held in Edmonton will will explore solutions to ease the challenges faced by caregivers and families of Albertans with developmental disabilities who have mental health issues.
Of the approximately five hundred deaths by suicide in Alberta every year, more than three quarters involve men aged thirty to sixty nine. It's an "epidemic of silence."
The filmmaker behind the documentary "Discovering Bigfoot" on Netflix, is using his research and crystal clear videos to demand the supreme courts of California and British Columbia recognize Bigfoot as a wildlife species
Edmonton City Council is taking a look at a rule that requires liquor stores to be 500-metres apart. The Alberta liquor store association argues more liquor stores may lead to more criminal activity.
Joyce Doolittle has been appointed to the Order of Canada for pioneering the advancement of Calgary’s theatre scene.
North America’s first research professorship on Masculinities studies is launching a four-park speaker series on “Rethinking what it means to be a boy, a man.”
Terry McCue is well known as an artist and painter, but his latest creations are a departure from his previous works.
An Alberta-based group will appear before the Supreme Court of Canada in opposition to a controversial legal ruling that has left landowners without recourse against energy companies.
It’s rare to think of the well-being of our environment and the health of our personal finances as being connected, but it’s important to be conscious of their relationship.
At a time when pipelines are in short supply and many overseas markets out of reach, an Alberta invention is giving oil sands producers a glimmer of hope.
Anti-smoking advocates say not enough is being done to reduce tobacco use among Albertans and give the province a grade of C- for their efforts for a second year in a row.
Frustration is mounting in Red Deer after its hospital is again dropped from the Province’s list of priority projects.
The government of Alberta is looking at covering the cost of Truvada for PrEP to prevent the spread of HIV. Truvada could cost up to $900/month for an individual if not funded by the government
Changes to Alberta's labour laws range from overtime compensation and benefit eligibility, to a mandate that employers give holiday pay to employees, even if they didn’t work on the date.
The Alberta government wants to increase the conversation around local food in our province, and are looking for public input as part of the process.
Choreographer, teacher and dancer, these are just a few of the ways Megan Lawson describes herself. But before she was dancing her way through the Hollywood hills she was living right here in Alberta
Should publicly funded / belief based health care facilities have the right to deny services based on religious values?
A surprising Hollywood engagement is stirring up fans on social media. Here is "The Word with Chelsea Bird."
The sharing of 3D-printed gun files legal in the US, Japan’s first digital art museum opens and UNESCO adds new World Heritage Sites.
We meet Bradie Sparrow of Sparrow Quilt Co., a professional quilter transforming all kinds of fabric into masterpieces.
Blending pop rock and psychedelic folk, singer, songwriter and producer Michael Rault is giving vintage sound new life.
Get ready to pull it all on the table with a premiere core strength and posture studio. Chelan Skulski visits The Fitness Table.
Hunting will look a little bit different for some people in 2018; spear hunting has been banned by the province.
Calgary company ShareSmart helps physicians collaborate on patient files without compromising privacy.