‘Queer History’ app documents Edmonton’s LGBTQ history

Dozens of men, handcuffed and in various states of undress, were escorted out of the bathhouse and herded into the…

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2 homes gutted by fire in southwest Edmonton

Randy Painchaud is feeling blessed after his family escaped an early morning house fire in southwest Edmonton unscathed. He says his wife, two…

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Stratford Festival opening night cancelled following bomb threat

A bomb threat forced the cancellation of the opening night of the Stratford Festival on Monday evening and prompted an…

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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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Risk of fire spreading in ‘horrific and tragic’ Brandon blaze likely passed, say authorities

Authorities in Brandon say the danger that multiple fires burning in the city’s downtown will spread to other buildings has likely…

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Search underway for youth who fell from bridge near Slave Lake, Alta.

A search is underway for a youth who fell into the Athabasca River southeast of Slave Lake, Alta., Tuesday night.…

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First Nations leaders debate Trudeau commitment to Indigenous rights

The Trudeau government’s commitment to finding new ways to recognize and strengthen Indigenous rights in Canada is facing a major…

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