Giant farm equipment tires got the wheels turning for Alberta farmer-turned-inventor

To invent, as Thomas Edison once said, you just need a good imagination and a pile of junk. For Alberta…

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Alberta accounted for 97% of federal income tax decline during recession’s height

Federal income tax revenue fell by nearly $5 billion in 2016 and nearly all of the decline was attributable to…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

The Edmonton Oilers staggered into the desert with three straight losses and only one victory in eight games — and…

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United Conservatives mark first year as official opposition party

It’s been one year since Alberta’s Wild Rose and Progressive Conservative parties officially came together to form the United Conservative…

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4 youths charged in west Edmonton paving-stone vandalism spree

Four youths have been arrested in connection to a vandalism spree in which paving stones were used to smash windows…

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‘It is very disheartening’: Seven plaques stolen from northwest Edmonton cemetery

Edmonton police are investigating the theft of seven memorial plaques from a northwest cemetery last week. Just before 2 p.m.…

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Officials in Temagami hope to start lifting evacuations following forest fire

It looks like the worst has been avoided in Temagami, Ont., but the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says…

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To combat opioids, forced detox program for youth needs expansion, say advocates

It’s supposed to provide a way for children whose lives have spun out of control from drug addiction to detox,…

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Edmonton city bus drivers put to the test at annual skills competition

Edmonton city bus drivers got to show off their skills in an obstacle course on Saturday at the annual Transit Skills Bus…

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Edmonton’s new goat co-ordinator ‘humbled and excited’ to get gig

Two things helped Joy Lakhan land her new job as the City of Edmonton’s goat boss: an environmental science education…

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