Edmonton boy, 12, convinces company to change ‘sexist’ sign

When Callum La Roi saw a construction sign he thought was sexist, he knew he had to say something. The…

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Unclear when Misericordia ER will reopen, as water damage worse than expected

A water leak at the Misericordia hospital will require drywall repairs, hospital officials said Tuesday — meaning the west-end emergency room…

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Two injured after canoe capsizes near Rocky Mountain House

RCMP are warning boaters to be careful on the North Saskatchewan River after a canoe capsized Saturday night, stranding eight…

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O Canada! Edmonton celebrates Canada Day 2018

A sea of red and white flooded the Alberta Legislature grounds Sunday, as thousands gathered to celebrate Canada Day together.…

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Alberta files defence in B.C.’s court challenge of ‘turn off the taps’ legislation

The Province of Alberta filed a statement of defence to British Columbia’s court challenge of Alberta’s “turn of the taps”…

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Edmonton’s body rub parlours safer with task force, report shows

The city of Edmonton says the body rub industry is safer than it was 2016. In the last year and a…

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Why so few people on Six Nations reserve have clean running water, unlike their neighbours

For years, Dawn Martin-Hill couldn’t drink the water that comes out of her tap without boiling it first. She’s lived…

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Epipen and EpiPen Jr. in short supply, no alternatives available

EpiPen injectors used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions are currently running short, and EpiPen Jr. products may soon do the…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Northern families expressed a mixture of frustration and hope following the news the executive director of the national inquiry into…

Originally Posted on January 12, 2018 and reposted on April 3, 2018">Continue Reading →