The Alberta government has cancelled a partnership with the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) on provincial curriculum development.
A warrant has been issued for 23-year-old Michael Drynock of Deep Creek, who has been charged with two counts each of attempted murder and kidnapping.
Police are investigating after several suspicious piles of food were found near a park in northwest Calgary.
Nearly three months after a 33-year-old man was last seen in Grande Prairie, Alta., the RCMP are renewing a plea for help finding him and say his disappearance is now being treated as suspicious.
Dare to Dream is a charity created by the Kelowna Fire Department.
Coquitlam RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating 47-year-old Roxanne McGrath, who is reported missing.
Surrey RCMP say a serious two vehicle collision in the Cloverdale Area of Surrey early Saturday morning involves serious and potentially life-threatening injuries.
All planned ignitions to slow the spread of the fire have been completed, according to the BC Wildfire Service.
Ontario funds will go towards the construction of the 46,000-square-foot school, which will accommodate about 380 students and include two childcare rooms.
The controversial video content, used to promote government policies and decisions, is delivered on a number of platforms including YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter.
With her weekly pick of fun things to do on the weekend, here is the rundown from Global News Morning’s Kahla Evans.
The Wellington County OPP call centre has seen a 163 per cent increase in misdials then what they saw in 2018.
The Fredericton Police Force searched a residence on Hawkins Street in relation to a weapons call on August 14.
A pothole that appeared in the westbound lanes along Bath Road last week left one driver with frustration and a repair bill.
The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario held its first come, first served application process to allocate the eight retail store authorizations.
Attendees at a government roundtable in Edmonton on Thursday were assured that Ottawa is still exploring the possibility of making conversion therapy a Criminal Code offence.
Telus said technicians are “working extremely hard to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.”
A youth has been charged with arson after a playground fire in Airdrie on Thursday.
Though the fireworks show creates the biggest (and loudest) boom at GlobalFest, it’s really just one smaller part of the two-week festival.
Donald Trump said people need to vote for him because of the stock market. Reports suggest that’s not necessarily true.
As he does every summer, Todd James will be reviewing a number of shows at the Fringe. His video reviews – and ratings – will be added here.
Police said the couple was parked at a scenic spot near the coastal town of Raglan when a suspect approached their van just after 3 a.m. on Friday
Philpott said Trudeau needs to apologize not for how he treated the two women, but for violating the Conflict of Interest Act.
Environment Minister Jeff Yurek says the move will encourage the industry to change how it packages products to cut down on waste that is sent to landfills.
The head of Ontario’s high school teachers’ union says his members will be in the classroom on the first day of school, despite not having a new contract by then.
Police say DNA evidence has so far linked the suspect to three reported sex assaults against women, with the first dating back to 2015.
Officers are warning Barrie residents about a local scam after two victims had their bank and credit cards stolen on Saturday morning.
Southern regions are furthest along, with one per cent of the crop combined as harvest operations are underway in Saskatchewan.
The scientists drew 18 ice cores of up to 2 metres long from four locations and saw visible plastic beads and filaments of various shapes and sizes.
B.C.’s largest business organizations are backing out of government’s latest review of WorkSafeBC because they have ‘lost confidence.’
Trump has previously said little about the protests in the semi-autonomous Chinese city, except to make it clear he believes that Hong Kong and China need to “deal with that themselves.”
Thousands of people streamed into the baseball stadium in downtown El Paso with a capacity of 10,000. With some sections blocked off it could hold 8,000 people Wednesday.
Emergency crews were called to the Indian Road Crescent and Dundas Street West area, near Keele Street, just after 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday.
A former Edmonton youth soccer coach was convicted of several sex offences on Tuesday.
Players on the Lethbridge College Kodiaks men’s and women’s soccer teams arrived for pre-season training camp this week, and they were met with the news that longtime assistant coach Mark Pries had been promoted.
An Edmonton pediatrician is the lead author of a new Canadian Paediatric Society paper that says children’s health is vulnerable to climate change.
The rule, unveiled on Monday and to take effect Oct. 15, expands the definition of a public charge, allowing denials to visa applicants who fail to meet income requirements or who receive public assistance.
Police and protesters faced off again on the streets of the financial hub overnight, with riot officers quickly firing tear gas as their response to demonstrators hardens.