No injuries after fire at northwest Edmonton waste management facility

No one was hurt after a fire broke out at a waste management facility in northwest Edmonton on Sunday. Edmonton…

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Kb&co serves up picture-perfect plates

Rarely does a restaurant’s Instagram feed live up to the carefully staged and often over-filtered picture of the goods captured…

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High water levels spur advisories for Pembina, North Saskatchewan rivers

Streamflow advisories are in effect after river water levels across Alberta rose dangerously high this weekend. At the Pembina River near Entwistle, where people…

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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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Artificial turf lawn growing more popular, Edmonton landscaper says

While the lush green lawn has long been a status symbol among suburban homeowners, more people are looking for low-maintenance alternatives, says an Edmonton landscaper.…

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Traphouse hero: Saskatoon man uses clean needles as weapon in war against HIV

A figure wearing shorts, Crocs and a military backpack strides confidently through the glow of neon lights. A pug trots…

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Edmonton’s new goat co-ordinator ‘humbled and excited’ to get gig

Two things helped Joy Lakhan land her new job as the City of Edmonton’s goat boss: an environmental science education…

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Trudeau to offer formal apology in the Commons for fate of MS St. Louis

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will deliver another official apology in the House of Commons, this time over the fate of…

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Trudeau ‘forced provinces to take matters into their own hands’ on Trans Mountain: Scheer

Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says a lack of leadership from the federal government forced Alberta and B.C. into conflict over the Trans Mountain pipeline…

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Widow of Quebec City mosque victim begs judge to give shooter an ‘exemplary’ punishment

Sentencing hearings are underway in Quebec City for Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who pleaded guilty to last year’s fatal mosque…

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