Edmonton police owe LGBTQ community an apology, former police commissioner says

Kevin Medin was once questioned by an Edmonton police officer for simply sitting in a park. It was 1992, and Medin had just…

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Senior hit by SUV in northeast Edmonton dies in hospital

A 78-year-old man who was hit by an SUV in northeast Edmonton early Saturday morning has died in hospital. The man…

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Special air quality alert issued for Edmonton

Environment Canada says wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility in Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert, Alberta.…

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Calling Lake, Alta. plagued by recent rash of break-ins

Barb and Chris Flis thought they had done everything they could to keep their cottage secure. Most recently, the couple…

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Edmonton’s Animal Care and Control Centre hosts menagerie of lost pets

It’s not unusual to hear strange animal noises in the back rooms of the Animal Care and Control Centre (ACCC) in Edmonton. A veritable…

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Needle exchanges coming to 2 Canadian prisons

Inmates at two federal prisons who use injection drugs will have access to clean syringes beginning in June, with the…

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A handful boycotting Ottawa July 4th party in protest of Trump policies

A cosier, more modest Fourth of July party than usual is scheduled for the U.S. ambassador’s residence in Ottawa tonight…

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St. Albert RCMP investigate armed bank robbery

Alberta RCMP is asking for the public’s help to identify two armed men who robbed a St. Albert bank on Saturday morning.…

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30 years later, Saanich couple’s killing back in the spotlight with new DNA evidence

A 30-year-old cold case involving the double homicide of a young Saanich couple could move a step closer to being solved when Washington…

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Grande Prairie job fair hints at recovery, recruiters say – Edmonton

A biannual job fair in Grande Prairie, Alta., broke records this week, with more recruiters from more industries than ever…

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