Oilsands workers, Fort McMurray leaders disappointed with Trans Mountain setback

At a Fort McMurray diner on Friday, many customers sipped coffee and swallowed their disappointment as they discussed a federal court…

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Edmonton hoping to move past traditional homeless housing model

The city is pushing for more permanent supportive housing for Edmonton’s homeless population — a move that could change the…

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A taste of Halifax at Edmonton’s Blowers & Grafton

Halifax street food has come to Edmonton—or, such is the claim made by the owners behind Blowers & Grafton on…

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Murder warrant issued for man in relation to northeast Edmonton homicide

Edmonton police issued a warrant Wednesday for a man wanted in connection with the second–degree murder of a 25-year-old woman…

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‘Why did you do this?’: Muslim man reels after being attacked while walking home from Saskatoon mosque

Abu Sheikh says he has a simple question for the driver who tried to run him over on the sidewalk. …

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City of Edmonton to hold off on parking enforcement change

The City of Edmonton has put its EPark enforcement plan on hold until it figures out how to accommodate disability…

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Indigenous mother unhappy with 2nd school meeting after son’s braid cut

A Calgary mother isn’t satisfied following a second meeting with her son’s school after his braid was cut by another…

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Trudeau’s decision to vote in Ontario election angers Quebec MP

Even though he represents a federal riding in Quebec, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to vote in the upcoming Ontario provincial election.…

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Manitoba premier drops night-hunt ban news in party fundraiser speech

The Manitoba government appears set to ban hunting with spotlights — a practice that Premier Brian Pallister said last year…

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Widow of Quebec City mosque victim begs judge to give shooter an ‘exemplary’ punishment

Sentencing hearings are underway in Quebec City for Alexandre Bissonnette, the man who pleaded guilty to last year’s fatal mosque…

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