‘People on the path’ aims to show not everyone is pro-pipeline, group says

A non-profit group is using art to send a message to politicians and the oil and gas industry that not…

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Edmonton police owe LGBTQ community an apology, former police commissioner says

Kevin Medin was once questioned by an Edmonton police officer for simply sitting in a park. It was 1992, and Medin had just…

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Risk levels at long-term care homes under the microscope at Wettlaufer inquiry

The focus at the Wettlaufer inquiry into safety and security of long-term care homes will turn this week to how Ontario oversees the…

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Edmonton day camp for children with disabilities, chronic illness receives funding boost

An Edmonton day camp for children with disabilities and chronic illnesses has received the funding necessary to continue in the future.  Andrée Vincent…

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Alberta stowaway cat flown home after hitching ride to B.C.

An Alberta cat that hitched a ride to the West Coast in a moving van flew back home Friday. Andy…

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Charges dropped against rural Alberta homeowner accused of shooting trespasser

All charges have been dropped against a rural Alberta homeowner accused of shooting a trespasser on his property near Okotoks.…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Hours after he wrapped up a protest for better housing on their First Nation, Bobby Ballantyne awoke to learn his mother and…

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