Edmonton firefighters battle 2 serious blazes since Sunday

An early morning fire destroyed a house under construction in the Griesbach neighbourhood early Monday morning, just hours after another…

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Alberta First Nation mourns firefighter who died battling Ontario forest fires

A First Nation community in northern Alberta is mourning the loss of firefighter Jerry Gadwa, who died Thursday while helping to fight forest…

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Tiny technology leads to big data breakthrough for Edmonton scientists

Researchers at the University of Alberta have mastered the art of writing computer memory at the atomic level, a new…

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2 homes gutted by fire in southwest Edmonton

Randy Painchaud is feeling blessed after his family escaped an early morning house fire in southwest Edmonton unscathed. He says his wife, two…

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City of Edmonton to hold off on parking enforcement change

The City of Edmonton has put its EPark enforcement plan on hold until it figures out how to accommodate disability…

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Former Jay Kelly Gruber makes ‘inappropriate’ comments toward female panel host

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame removed former Blue Jays third baseman Kelly Gruber from its induction weekend festivities Friday…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

When Jackie Flanagan launched Alberta Views 20 years ago she didn’t know where it would be two decades later, but she…

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Search underway for youth who fell from bridge near Slave Lake, Alta.

A search is underway for a youth who fell into the Athabasca River southeast of Slave Lake, Alta., Tuesday night.…

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Oilpatch eager to ship more oil by rail as pipeline capacity at limit

With no capacity to spare on pipelines out of Alberta, oilpatch leaders are desperately waiting for when they’ll be able to…

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‘Halifax never would’ve been the same’: How police foiled Valentine’s Day attack

When RCMP Staff Sgt. Lisa Stuart learned of a Crime Stoppers tip that two Nova Scotia men and an American…

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