Was there a residential school near you? Find out with our interactive map

For more than 100 years, First Nations, Inuit and Métis children were taken from their families to attend residential schools, which were run by churches and funded…

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Wynne to speak with CBC about her admission of defeat over the weekend

Kathleen Wynne will sit down with Metro Morning host Matt Galloway on Monday in her first one-on-one interview since she…

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Edmonton ISIS recruits laid groundwork for aspiring foreign fighters, expert says

Three Edmonton ISIS recruits were part of the first group of travellers who laid the groundwork for others to travel…

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Oilpatch CEOs blame high costs, red tape for erosion of Canada’s competitive edge

CEOs of the largest oilpatch companies are stepping up to the podium this month for their annual address to shareholders and,…

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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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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Emergency crews rescued an injured woman from a downtown Edmonton manhole Wednesday after the force from an underground explosion blew several manhole covers into…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Alex Harvey made history on Sunday by becoming the first non-European male to reach the overall podium of the Tour de…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather

[su_slider source=”category: 8903″ limit=”35″ link=”post” target=”blank” width=”700″ height=”340″] Hubert Lacroix, the outgoing president of CBC/Radio-Canada, is sticking with the public…

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