Canada is looking to sell Alberta’s tar sands oil to Asia.
A Cree artist from northern Alberta is making a name for himself in Edmonton.
A court ruling crucial to the future of the Metis land claims is facing the Metis people as they commemorate the death of Louis Riel.
A British Columbia court has lifted a freeze on dozens of residential school survivor compensation cases handled by a Calgary law firm.
It has faced protests on both sides of the border, and now the U.S. State Department has ordered a review of the $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline in a decision that could delay the project until after 2012 U.S. Presidential election.
In this story, we meet up with a veteran who fought in Europe during the Second World War.
APTN National News Earlier this year, the community of Slave Lake suffered nearly $700 million…
A historic totem police which once stood outside an Edmonton office that suffered weathering and erosion has now fully been restored by the grandson and great-grandson of the original carver.
An Alberta non-profit organization that supports teen parents has wrapped up their third-annual diaper drive.