Virtual memorial honours more than 1K Alberta opioid crisis victims

An online campaign has launched to remember the many lives lost in Alberta due to the opioid crisis. “We decided to do this virtual memorial...

36-year-old Edmonton man with a gun shot by police during confrontation at home

Police officers in Edmonton say they shot and injured a man during a confrontation following an armed standoff at a local home. Police say they...

Eyes are on the skies as some suspended flights return to Regina International

As of May first, Flair Airlines is again offering service to and from Regina, and the news has Regina International Airport CEO James Bogusz...

‘Get vaccinated’: Today’s Google Doodle urges people to take COVID-19 vaccine

The Google Doodle on Saturday, May 1, focused on getting vaccinated and masking up to prevent the spread of coronavirus. In Saturday's Google Doodle,...

Dozens rally outside of Edmonton police headquarters seeking justice for Pazo

Outside of police headquarters on Saturday, dozens of people rallied to show their support for 14-year-old Pazo, a black student who was violently attacked...

Forty US CEO’s form COVID-19 task force to supply vaccines, oxygen to India

In a show of solidarity, the CEOs of about 40 top American companies have come together to create a first-of-its-kind country-specific global task force...

Sony sold 7.8 million PlayStation 5 consoles since November 2020, PS Plus now has...

Sony has sold a total of 7.8 million units of its PlayStation 5 console since its launch in November last year, the company’s annual...

Labour leaders, NDP call for paid sick and vaccine leave in Manitoba

The Manitoba NDP and labour leaders are calling on the provincial government to step up when it comes to providing paid sick leave. Kevin Rebeck,...

Tax polluters heavily, distribute among the poor to alleviate poverty, says study

Ambitious climate policies could reduce extreme poverty in developing countries if governments opted for robust taxes on emitters that were then fairly distributed to...

‘Charley paid the biggest price’: B.C. mom calls for regulatory change after son’s tug...

The mother of a man killed when his tugboat sank in rough weather on B.C.’s north coast is calling for stricter regulation of the...

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WHO urges pause in sale of live wild animals as an emergency public health...

The United Nations’ health agency on Tuesday urged countries to suspend the sale of live animals captured from the wild in food markets as...

Woman charged days after stabbing in Abbeydale: Calgary police

According to Calgary police, an efficient investigation led to charges in a stabbing that happened early Monday in the northeast community of Abbeydale. A Calgary...

Apple Event 2021: Apple Podcast Subscriptions announced, will be available in over 170 countries...

At the Spring Loaded 2021 event, along with announcing the highly-awaited AirTags, the new iPad pro lineup, and the new iMac, Apple also announced...