Expos great Vladimir Guerrero inducted into Baseball Hall of Fame

During his 16-year career, Vladimir Guerrero rarely left fans wanting more, although his speech on Sunday as he was inducted…

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‘It’s not getting worse’: Floodwaters begin to recede in Slave Lake area

Floodwaters have begun to recede in the Slave Lake area after a powerful storm washed out roads, uprooted trees and…

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Edmonton non-profit fundraises for new space to help working poor families

Teresa Rocque listened to working poor families and their daily struggles while she worked as a nurse. She met parents…

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Thief steals Oilers 1988 Stanley Cup ring, spotted wearing it around town

Alberta RCMP are on the hunt for a suspect who may be sporting a stolen Stanley Cup ring won in the Edmonton…

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Wildfire no longer poses an immediate threat to northern Alberta community

A forest fire outside Janvier in northern Alberta no longer poses an immediate threat to the community. The hamlet 120 kilometres south of…

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Kevin Tierney, producer of Bon Cop, Bad Cop, dead at 67

Kevin Tierney, a pioneering Montreal film producer and writer and the maker Bon Cop, Bad Cop, has died. He was 67. Tierney…

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30 years later, Saanich couple’s killing back in the spotlight with new DNA evidence

A 30-year-old cold case involving the double homicide of a young Saanich couple could move a step closer to being solved when Washington…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Students attending Elk Island Public Schools will be getting a second snow day in a row on Friday. A spokesperson for…

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