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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‘We were always going to be together,’ spouse of slain police officer says

The spouse of a fallen Fredericton police officer describes her partner as a committed family man who loved his job. Const. Robb…

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Forward-thinking fashion: Edmonton designer wants to inspire and empower

An Edmonton woman is tackling stigmas and stereotypes through clothing design. Wedad Amiri promotes female empowerment and the normalization of…

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‘Pure trauma’: Fox Lake members stricken after hasty release of troubling report

The unexpected release of a report issued by the province detailing allegations of sexual abuse by Manitoba Hydro workers at…

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Mini autonomous sailboat embarks on lonely race across the Atlantic

It is, perhaps, one of the slowest races in the world. And even though the annual competition is in its…

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Ex-Flames great Jarome Iginla to announce NHL retirement in Calgary

Former Flames star forward Jarome Iginla will announce his retirement from the NHL on Monday at 12:30 p.m. ET at…

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Inside a coal company’s research project with U of A that was used to lobby the Notley government

Energy giant TransAlta paid the University of Alberta $54,000 to hand-pick one of its researchers to produce a study and…

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Fort McMurray wants public inquiry into removal of Indigenous settlement

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will ask the provincial government to launch a public inquiry into the forced evictions decades…

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Train from Alberta derails in Iowa, leaking crude oil into floodwaters from rain-swollen river

A freight train from Alberta derailed in northwest Iowa on Friday, leaking crude oil into flooded fields flanking the tracks and raising…

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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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