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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Robert Latimer, convicted of killing his disabled daughter, applies for pardon

Robert Latimer is applying to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould for either a pardon or a new trial…

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Potential low turnout worries UCP in Fort McMurray-Conklin byelection

The sidewalks are coated with a slick paste of mud as UCP byelection candidate Leila Goodridge carefully makes her way down a street…

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Do Edmonton police searches of bar ID scanners violate customers’ rights?

Random police inspections of customer ID scanners in Edmonton bars and lounges may violate Alberta’s privacy laws, some privacy and…

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Carr says he expected in April Canada was going to have to buy the pipeline

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr says he knew almost the moment he heard Kinder Morgan was pressing the pause button…

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Food hub could make locally sourced food more accessible to Edmontonians

A new proposal for a food hub in Edmonton could make it easier for farmers to get their product to…

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Canada raises more than $3.8B for girls’ education at G7

The Canadian government announced at the G7 summit in Quebec that it has raised more than $3.8 billion in an…

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Edmonton firefighter has cliché first day on job, rescues cat from tree

An Edmonton firefighter’s first day on the job Sunday afternoon took him to new heights — that is, about 30…

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4 Broncos to be mourned today at Edmonton memorial

A memorial is to be held Tuesday for four players with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team who called the Edmonton…

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