Free haircuts in Edmonton encourage kids to focus on school

Free haircuts and school supplies offered a fresh start while shaping young minds in Edmonton’s Queen Mary Park community on Monday. It’s a…

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Secondary suites now legal in more types of housing in Edmonton

Edmonton city council is paving the way for more homeowners to rent out secondary suites. Council agreed to update a…

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Edmonton police officer who stole money from crime scene sentenced to probation

An Edmonton police officer who stole cash from a crime scene, then stole more money while under police surveillance will…

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Indigenous gathering for hearing impaired promotes community inclusion

A gathering this weekend at the Oneida Nation of the Thames near London, Ont., aims to bring together Indigenous people who…

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Alberta First Nation mourns firefighter who died battling Ontario forest fires

A First Nation community in northern Alberta is mourning the loss of firefighter Jerry Gadwa, who died Thursday while helping to fight forest…

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Defence asks jury for acquittal, manslaughter verdicts in Mac’s murders

Through his lawyer, Laylin Delorme admitted he pistol-whipped, robbed and shot Mac’s Convenience store clerk Karanpal Bhangu in December 2015.…

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From EpiPens to antibiotics, report finds Canada’s drug shortages could be getting worse

A new report probing Canada’s struggle to keep pharmacy shelves stocked has turned up a number of possible causes, and…

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Northern Alberta hamlet on alert as wildfire danger rises in Fort McMurray, Lac La Biche areas

This week’s parched conditions have sparked multiple forest fires in northern Alberta, pushing the wildfire threat to extreme in the…

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Semi rollover spills diesel onto highway near Grande Prairie

A semi-truck rolled on a highway near Grande Prairie on Thursday evening, spilling diesel fuel on the road. RCMP said…

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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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