While those in the prime of their life were victims of both the war and the flu, the war took young men. Women (mainly volunteer nurses and expecting mothers), Indigenous people, and members of the working class were hardest hit by the influenza.
The Alberta couple accused of causing their son’s death by refusing to take the sick boy to a doctor want their trial delayed until the provincial government pays them $ 1 million and puts $ 3 million in trust for defence fees at their upcoming trial.
The Alberta government pledged $ 700 million on Friday for a potential Calgary Winter Olympics, with conditions. In a letter from Finance Minister Joe Ceci to Mayor Naheed Nenshi and Kirsty Duncan, federal minister of science and sport, the province said the money is contingent on "the majority of Calgarians supporting the bid in the November 13th plebiscite." Another condition […]
A grieving family is pleading with Alberta Health Services to make a life-saving treatment for heart attack patients available in Red Deer — before another patient dies in Central Alberta.
Alberta will be providing universal coverage for PrEP — an HIV-prevention drug that is up to 99 per cent effective at stopping transmission of the disease — beginning Oct. 1.
Smoke pouring in from nearby British Columbia continues to deteriorate the air quality in Alberta.
A player from the Lethbridge Hurricanes hockey team is in a medically induced coma after he and two others were injured at a campfire on the weekend. In a statement, the Western Hockey League says Ryan Vandervlis, a 20-year old centre with the elite major junior team, suffered severe burns. His family says that he's […]
Seven Supreme Court of Canada judges have agreed with the legal team of a former Alberta couple, Collet and David Stephan, that the trial judge erred in instructions to the 2016 jury who convicted the couple in the death of their toddler son.
The province is hiring its first advocate for people with disabilities, with a mandate to represent the rights, interests and viewpoints of people with disabilities
At up to $20K per round, IVF is out of reach for a growing number of Alberta couples, fertility doctor says
A Calgary fertility doctor says his clinic is performing fewer rounds of in-vitro fertilization as more couples are unable to pay.