Worker killed at WCB building hit by garage door

A man who died in the Workers’ Compensation Board building Aug. 17 was killed from being hit by an overhead door,…

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Judicial complaint filed against judge who approved Sixties Scoop settlement

A judicial complaint filed Friday against Federal Court Justice Michel Shore questions how he could mediate and approve the $875 million…

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Elderly killer faces at least 10 years in prison

At the end of a long, emotional day in an Edmonton courtroom, Roberto Robles slowly rose to his feet in…

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Edmonton man gored by bison in Elk Island National Park

A morning run in Elk Island National Park left Craig Neilson with about six stitches in his butt and an…

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Man seriously injured in southeast Edmonton park lot shooting

A young man was seriously injured in a shooting in southeast Edmonton Monday night. Police were called to a parking…

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Collingwood restaurant mistakenly receives online backlash from Trump supporters

Last weekend, Diane Smith woke up to a flurry of crude messages directed at her Collingwood, Ont., restaurant’s Facebook page.…

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Premier Rachel Notley to apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors

Premier Rachel Notley will apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors on behalf of the Alberta government Monday afternoon. Thousands of First Nations…

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Media can’t be an arm of the police, Vice lawyer tells Supreme Court hearing

A lawyer for Vice Media is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that journalists must not be turned into an…

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9-day-old tiger cub dies at Magnetic Hill Zoo

One of the Amur tiger cubs born earlier this month at the Magnetic Hill Zoo in Moncton, N.B., died Sunday. The…

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Event for Edmonton’s homeless connects people in need with basic services of daily life

Both Penny Whitford and Asia Sauve were shocked when they found out they were pregnant. Even now, months after giving…

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