Distrust lingers as City of Edmonton tackles harassment complaints

City of Edmonton staff and union leaders are reluctant to trust the city’s revised harassment and discrimination strategy, councillors heard…

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Former co-owner of the Needle severs ties with building ownership

A former owner of the Needle Vinyl Tavern is cutting ties with the company that owns the building. The news…

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Dentist who left girl with permanent brain damage will pay costs of investigation

A now-retired Edmonton dentist whose four-year-old patient Amber Athwal suffered permanent brain damage while in his care will pay $330,000 to cover…

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German tourist shot near Calgary shows signs of severe, life-changing injuries

A German tourist who was shot in the head near Calgary is showing signs of severe and life-changing injuries, according…

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Teenaged Syrian refugee ‘saved the day’ after rescuing toddler from Hamilton rooftop

When Khalid Tabateb saw a toddler walking unsteadily along the edge of a Hamilton rooftop he didn’t stop to think. He…

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Workers at Goderich salt mine accept deal to end 12-week strike

The 12-week strike at the salt mine in Goderich, Ontario is over.  Workers voted Monday to accept a three-year deal…

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Allergies worse than normal? Edmonton’s unpredictable weather is to blame, experts say

Edmonton seemed to skip spring this year — but the huge increase in temperatures in a short time made pollen counts…

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Recovering drug user helps Edmonton addiction treatment centre fundraise for renovations

Rodney Ariss has started the process of overcoming his 10-year-long fentanyl addiction. The Edmonton man has been a client of Our House…

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Media can’t be an arm of the police, Vice lawyer tells Supreme Court hearing

A lawyer for Vice Media is telling the Supreme Court of Canada that journalists must not be turned into an…

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Edmontonians learn about boosting innovation, reducing stigma in pot industry at CannabisCon

It’s not your grandparents’ weed industry. Times have changed since baby boomers rolled their first joints — and they’ll continue to…

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