Secondary suites now legal in more types of housing in Edmonton

Edmonton city council is paving the way for more homeowners to rent out secondary suites. Council agreed to update a…

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Dentist who left girl with permanent brain damage will pay costs of investigation

A now-retired Edmonton dentist whose four-year-old patient Amber Athwal suffered permanent brain damage while in his care will pay $330,000 to cover…

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In search of cleaner coal, scientists lace lake with toxic element

In tiny doses, selenium is not just good for you, but essential. All animals require trace amounts of this somewhat obscure element…

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Contractor fires back in bitter dispute over Grande Prairie hospital project

In an increasingly bitter dispute, the contractor building the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital is placing the blame for construction overruns and…

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High noon at the Oasis: B.C. Airbnb hostel battle erupts into open

One evening this week, Emily Yu sat up until 2 a.m. angrily responding to comments posted on a TV news website in…

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‘Super rewarding’: Sask. ICE investigation leads to rescue of 12 abused children in Philippines

It began with a single image of child pornography uploaded to Skype. But that upload was the tip-off for Saskatchewan…

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U of A president should cut pay before charging students more, minister says – Edmonton

Advanced Education Minister Marlin Schmidt says University of Alberta president David Turpin should take a pay cut before charging students…

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CBC Alberta reporters scoop up 5 national awards for outstanding journalism

CBC reporters from Alberta claimed five national awards for outstanding journalism at the Radio Television Digital News Association awards gala in…

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Amazon to bring 1,000 jobs to Ottawa with new warehouse

Online retail giant Amazon is set to make a major investment in Ottawa, with a warehouse that will employ roughly…

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No charges for homeowner who fired gun during alleged rural Sask. break-in – Saskatchewan

RCMP are once again advising Saskatchewan residents against using a firearm in a situation in which they feel threatened, after a…

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