Questions, concerns over Labour Day lunch for homeless hosted by far-right groups

A coalition of groups affiliated with extreme far-right views is planning to hand out food to Edmonton’s inner city homeless population…

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Judge lifts publication ban on details of deadly Fredericton shooting

A New Brunswick judge has lifted a publication ban on previously reported details about the Fredericton shooting a week ago that claimed…

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‘Harrowing’ Cache Creek mudslides force dozens out of their homes

Mudslides along Highway 99 have forced 24 people from the Bonaparte Indian Band out of their homes and at least…

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Camrose police alert seniors to $20-bill diversion scam

Camrose police are warning seniors to be on the alert after a man used an elaborate scam to steal more than $5,000 from a senior’s…

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Edmonton councillor stirred up about swizzle sticks and straws

City councillors are moving toward a made-in-Edmonton solution to curbing the use of disposable plastics after agreeing Friday to find out what measures…

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Banff holds blessing ceremony with Indigenous elders before letting bison roam

Several Indigenous elders are to be flown by helicopter into the backcountry of Banff National Park today for a blessing…

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Infill roadmap a must to get Edmonton on right path, developer says

City councillors are giving their initial thumbs up to a new blueprint for infill housing, which calls for more low-rise apartments,…

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Rachel Notley remains confident Kinder Morgan will build pipeline

Premier Rachel Notley said a resolution will be found to political bottlenecks that are delaying the construction of the Trans Mountain…

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Alberta’s first gay-straight alliance for teachers a learning curve for acceptance

The original intent of Alberta’s first gay-straight alliance for teachers was to lead by example. But the group, started three years ago…

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‘Who asked you?’ Why Quebec waded into the Trans Mountain spat

Quebec’s leaders spent last week sending ominous signs they don’t like how this whole Trans Mountain pipeline thing is shaking out.  Premier…

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