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A fight that began at a south Edmonton strip club ended in the parking lot of a hotel across the street, where a man was stabbed to death early Wednesday.
Officers are at the scene of the Travelodge motel on 45th Avenue, between Gateway Boulevard and Calgary Trail, where a 26-year-old man was attacked at around 2:45 a.m. Witness told police a scuffle between several males broke out in the parking lot of a nearby nightclub, ending with the stabbing in the motel parking lot.
An Alberta judge says hospitals need to do a better job of checking on suicidal patients after a man killed himself in his Calgary hospital room.
Police say the deadly crash happened when a multi-vehicle crash unfolded, also involving a semi-trailer colliding with a car along Hwy 24 8 a.m. this morning.
Imperial Oil Ltd. has applied for regulatory approval to build a new oilsands project northeast of Fort McMurray, Alta., which would cost an estimated $7 billion.
A so-called sovereign citizen movement emerged from the shadows in 2013 with the story of a pensioner whose rental duplex was claimed as an "embassy" by a follower and his friends.
A panel reviewing a proposed pipeline to the Pacific Coast that would allow Canada's oil to be shipped to Asia will on Thursday deliver its recommendation on whether Canadian government should approve the project.
A flash freeze warning has been issued for B.C.'s South Peace River region and the area around Grande Prairie, Beaverlodge and Valleyview in Alberta.
HINTON, Alta. - The case of a U.S. woman charged with aiding the suicide of her mother in an Alberta mountain town is scheduled to be back in court.
Sherif Moawad will soon find out exactly how Edmontonians roll when it comes to customized sushi.
Kinder Morgan Canada filed its long-anticipated application to the National Energy Board on Monday to nearly triple the flow of oil through its Trans Mountain pipeline from Edmonton to the British Columbia coast.
Mountain fun can be served up on ice as well as snow. While skiers give on-slope ice the cold shoulder, frozen surfaces provide opportunities for good times at canyons, waterfalls and rinks.