4 youths charged in west Edmonton paving-stone vandalism spree

Four youths have been arrested in connection to a vandalism spree in which paving stones were used to smash windows…

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Alberta law society rejects disciplinary hearing for lawyer who had sex with his client

The Law Society of Alberta has dismissed a complaint of sexual misconduct made by a client against an Edmonton civil lawyer.…

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Support workers doling out pills in nursing homes are under-qualified, some health professionals say

​After being a nurse for over 30 years specializing in seniors’ care, Monya Johnson, 65, is enjoying retirement near Morrisburg, Ont. But,…

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Homesick student creates map of Edmonton’s ‘coolest’ places

Riley Holterhus is compiling his ultimate list of cool places in Edmonton. Riley Holterhus is working with a web developer…

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Trudeau government should help those hit by Trump tax: MPs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government should be doing more to help thousands of Canadian residents being hit hard by U.S.…

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Artists, a capella, and bagpipes all part of the mix as Orange Hub opens for business

Take a few skilled artists, place them next to an a cappella choir, and add a group of teenage bagpipers…

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Trans Mountain protesters decry ‘Justin Trudeau memorial pipeline’ in Burnaby, B.C.

Around 100 people protested at a Trans Mountain work site against the pipeline’s expansion on Saturday in Burnaby, B.C., and…

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‘Halifax never would’ve been the same’: How police foiled Valentine’s Day attack

When RCMP Staff Sgt. Lisa Stuart learned of a Crime Stoppers tip that two Nova Scotia men and an American…

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