Edmonton’s Cariwest festival lives it up on roomy legislature grounds

Edmonton festivals are taking advantage of the relocated site at the Alberta legislature grounds this year, prompting many to compare the…

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Hitchhiker stabbed, robbed between Red Deer and Lacombe, RCMP say

RCMP say a 26-year-old man was stabbed and robbed after he was picked up around Highway 2 and Highway 11A on Saturday. The…

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Camrose police alert seniors to $20-bill diversion scam

Camrose police are warning seniors to be on the alert after a man used an elaborate scam to steal more than $5,000 from a senior’s…

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Candidate seeks injunction to delay Ontario’s plans to slash Toronto city council

A lawyer vying for a spot on Toronto city council is taking legal action to delay Ontario’s plans to redraw the city’s political map. …

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Calgary MLA Prab Gill resigns from UCP caucus after investigation into ballot stuffing allegations

Calgary-Greenway MLA Prab Gill has resigned from the United Conservative Party caucus, saying he doesn’t agree with the findings of an investigation into allegations…

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Trudeau to shuffle cabinet Wednesday, source says

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will shuffle his cabinet next Wednesday as his government readies for the next election amid shifting…

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Spruce Grove man ‘badly assaulted’ by 4 attackers, RCMP say

RCMP are investigating an “aggravated” four-on-one assault early Sunday that sent a 24-year-old man to hospital. Around 4 a.m., four young…

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Children’s festival offers lesson in reconciliation through traditional beadwork

Aidyn Cresswell is searching for images inside the Musée Héritage Museum in St. Albert. The seven-year-old is on a scavenger hunt…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Newsprint is the latest Canadian product to be hit with preliminary countervailing duties from the United States. The U.S. Department…

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Oilpatch CEOs blame high costs, red tape for erosion of Canada’s competitive edge

CEOs of the largest oilpatch companies are stepping up to the podium this month for their annual address to shareholders and,…

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