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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Future of Edmonton street performers festival site up in the air

The Edmonton International Street Performers Festival concluded a sometimes-stormy, sometimes-scorching week in Old Strathcona Sunday. With the one-year countdown now…

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Albert Einstein’s letters to Calgarian discovered in U of C archive

A student has stumbled across a set of letters from Albert Einstein — written to Calgarian Harold Horne in 1943…

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‘I don’t want to be hassled’: Some Edmonton police no longer conducting street checks, says chief

Some Edmonton police officers are resisting doing street checks because the practise is controversial and they fear being investigated, says…

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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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Edmontonians explore eco homes on cross-city tour

Edmontonians curious about sustainable building practices toured across the city Saturday, checking out eco-friendly homes. The 2018 Eco-Solar Home Tour…

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Ontario election path to victory runs through the 905

One of the cardinal rules of Ontario politics has long been that it is virtually impossible to win an election…

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Alberta athletics association almost creates parity for female, male runners

The Alberta Schools Athletics Association (ASAA) stepped toward gender equity in cross-country running this past weekend — sort of. Female…

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Humboldt Broncos to rebuild in time for 2018-19 hockey season

The Humboldt Broncos Hockey Club will welcome 80 prospective players to a hockey camp with the goal of rebuilding the…

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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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