‘Hungry Man Bandit’ wanted for series of 9 robberies across southwest Edmonton

Police are looking for a man they think committed nine robberies across southwest Edmonton between February and April. Most of the robberies…

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Tesla wins case against Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates

Tesla Motors Canada has won its case against the Ontario government over electric vehicle rebates. “We’re pleased with the Court’s…

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Edmonton’s Boler enthusiasts hit the road for ultimate celebration

Boler owners are the first to admit that they’re crazy about their egg-shaped fibreglass trailers.  “It’s sort of, jokingly, a…

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A new Venture: Alberta business publication back online

The business publication Alberta Venture, which collapsed late last year, is back online.  The 10-year-old monthly magazine won’t be printed anymore,…

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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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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

A baby boy who made his entrance to Edmonton — and the world — one week behind schedule was greeted by the…

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O Canada! Edmonton celebrates Canada Day 2018

A sea of red and white flooded the Alberta Legislature grounds Sunday, as thousands gathered to celebrate Canada Day together.…

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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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Body rub task force works but women still get hurt, advocate says

An advocate for women’s sexual safety thinks the city’s task force on body rub centres is making progress but there’s…

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Future of AFN, promised Indigenous rights bill flashpoints in national chief election

The Assembly of First Nations race for national chief began officially on Wednesday and at stake for some candidates is the…

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