Wildfire smoke from B.C. gets in the way of mountain scenery for tourists in Alberta

Smoke from wildfires that’s blanketing parts of Alberta does more than just irritate the eyes and throats of visitors to…

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Brief August heat wave forecast to end on Saturday

The smell of jerk chicken lingered in the air Friday as dark plumes from the grill mixed with smoke passing…

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Despite a weekend of wacky weather, the show must go on at Edmonton festivals

From monsoon-like rain to nickel-sized hail and then sunny skies, the weather has posed a challenge for festival organizers in…

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Loblaws recalls No Name chicken nuggets due to possible salmonella

Loblaws is recalling certain No Name brand Chicken Nuggets due to possible salmonella contamination. The nuggets were sold in 907…

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85-year-old woman injured after SUV crashes into KFC in west Edmonton

Charges are pending after a 60-year-old woman drove an SUV through the wall of a KFC restaurant in West Edmonton…

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Search continues for missing toddler in northwestern Alberta

The search continues for a two-year-old boy who went missing near the Wapiti River in the Municipal District of Greenview…

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Man mauled by grizzly bear near Creston, B.C.

A man is in hospital after he was attacked by a grizzly bear while camping southwest of Creston, B.C. The…

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Three inmates at large after escape from Red Deer Remand Centre

Central Alberta RCMP are searching for three inmates who escaped from the Red Deer Remand Centre Monday night. Four men escaped from…

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Alberta boaters rescue moose calf submerged in muddy riverbank

A sunny day on the river turned into a baby moose rescue mission Saturday afternoon when a group of boaters…

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Why we’re still talking about the phantom threat of voter fraud

After the Liberal government tabled its proposed changes to federal elections law, the Conservatives started issuing new warnings about the spectre of voter…

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