Accused serial killer Shawn Cameron Lamb lived all across the Western provinces, including Alberta, where he became known to police in three jurisdictions.
Northern Alberta is home to one of the most important wildlife eco-systems on earth.
The Calgary law firm at the centre of a residential school compensation scandal is closing its doors at the end of the month.
The remains of an Aboriginal woman who disappeared from Edmonton 10 years ago have been identified.
In a major development, a B.C. Supreme Court judge ruled this week that the Blott and Company law firm and its associates exploited thousands of vulnerable survivors of residential schools as part of a scheme to maximize their profits.
After six days of hearings in Vancouver Supreme Court, the decision on what to do with Calgary law firm Blott & Company now rests in the hands of Justice Brenda Brown, one of nine judges across the country who oversee the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement.
In Edmonton, an Aboriginal woman who says racism forced her to quit a dream job with the city’s police service has now received an apology from the chief of police.
A First Nations woman says racism forced her to leave a job she loved with the Edmonton Police Service.
A group of Indigenous leaders and representatives are overseas telling Shell Oil how the company is impacting their communities.