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An Alberta politician vacationing in Hawaii says the minutes she spent believing a missile attack was imminent were “really, really…

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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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Distrust lingers as City of Edmonton tackles harassment complaints

City of Edmonton staff and union leaders are reluctant to trust the city’s revised harassment and discrimination strategy, councillors heard…

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RCMP hunt for man who exposed himself in St. Albert parking lot

RCMP are asking for the public’s assistance to identify a man seen masturbating in front two girls in a St.…

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Homicide detectives investigate suspicious death in north Edmonton

Homicide detectives are investigating a suspicious death after a body was discovered inside in a north central Edmonton residence Tuesday…

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Fiesta, juggling and jazz: What to do with your weekend in Edmonton

OK, we’re in it now. It’s summer festival season. Here are 15 events you might want to squeeze into your…

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Man dead after two-vehicle crash in Edson

A 23-year-old man is dead after a two-vehicle crash in Edson, Alta. on Wednesday. The collision happened around 3:30 p.m.…

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Computer hacker held four Edmonton companies ransom, police say – Edmonton

An Edmonton man is facing fraud and extortion charges after several businesses had their computer networks hacked and data stolen,…

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Canadian and U.S. pot firms cross borders to raise money in battle for dominance

As U.S. and Canadian government policies toward marijuana grow more divergent amid Canada’s push for legalization, their stock exchanges have…

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Widow of Quebec City mosque victim begs judge to give shooter an ‘exemplary’ punishment

Sentencing hearings are underway in Quebec City for Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who pleaded guilty to last year’s fatal mosque…

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