Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

Most Edmontonians wouldn’t last five minutes wearing flip-flops and a bathing suit in -20 C weather. But one group is…

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Scheer firm on leaving abortion debate closed ahead of party policy vote on the subject

The abortion debate has divided Canadians for decades, especially within the Conservative Party, and that’s precisely why Andrew Scheer says he’s staunchly…

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Questions, concerns over Labour Day lunch for homeless hosted by far-right groups

A coalition of groups affiliated with extreme far-right views is planning to hand out food to Edmonton’s inner city homeless population…

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Attention, gardeners: creeping bellflower is a zombie weed

With trumpet-shaped blooms and tall stately stems, the creeping bellflower has charmed many uninitiated gardeners. But don’t be fooled by…

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Europe’s Best brand Field Berry Mixes recalled for possible salmonella contamination

There’s been a recall issued for Europe’s Best brand Field Berry Mixes due to possible salmonella contamination. The Canadian Food Inspection…

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Man mauled by grizzly bear near Creston, B.C.

A man is in hospital after he was attacked by a grizzly bear while camping southwest of Creston, B.C. The…

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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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Homeless man who stabbed Red Deer woman 58 times found not criminally responsible

A central Alberta man who stabbed a woman 58 times has been found not criminally responsible for her death. Jordan…

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‘It’s not getting worse’: Floodwaters begin to recede in Slave Lake area

Floodwaters have begun to recede in the Slave Lake area after a powerful storm washed out roads, uprooted trees and…

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