With cannabis legalization just days away, Alberta producers say there is still work to be done to remove the stigma surrounding marijuana.
The vice-dean at the University of Alberta's School of Business said Alberta and Ontario's tax structure and regulations best position them to keep growing the cannabis industry.
Edmonton's two newest buildings have transformed the city's skyline. They're also changing how firefighters do their jobs.
EPCOR officially opened Canada’s largest wastewater nutrient recovery facility in Edmonton which will divert 3 million liters of waste water from the North Saskatchewan River daily.
Currently, there is very little legislation governing what can happen to tips. They’re not considered wages so there are no employment standards rules.
As the first-degree murder trial continues for a suspect in the Mac's store murders, court heard police believed they found the robbery suspects outside another store later that night.
Every city tackles the snow-removal challenge differently so Global News decided to look at snow-clearing value by comparing what a handful of cities do and how much they spend.
A former member of the Edmonton Police Service's Drug and Gang Enforcement Unit has been found guilty of two counts of trafficking steroids.
Several witnesses at the second-degree murder trial for a man accused of killing his ex-wife questioned Gilbert Robinson's claims that his ex, Aileen 'Gina' Robinson, "must have fallen down the stairs."
Joshua Frank's lawyer suggested to a Red Deer court that her client is not a killer, but that he had been framed by Jason Klaus.