Nunavut hunter killed by polar bear, 2 others suffer minor injuries

A man from Nunavut has been killed in a polar bear attack, according to local RCMP. The man was among three…

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Needle exchanges coming to 2 Canadian prisons

Inmates at two federal prisons who use injection drugs will have access to clean syringes beginning in June, with the…

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Water main break in Rossdale area expected to tie up morning traffic

 A water main break near 97th Avenue and Bellamy Hill Road south of Downtown Edmonton is expected to cause headaches…

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‘It was always a dream of mine’: Sherwood Park hockey player inks NHL deal

A 20-year-old hockey player from Sherwood Park will be starting his next season with the NHL. Left winger Skyler McKenzie signed…

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Artificial turf lawn growing more popular, Edmonton landscaper says

While the lush green lawn has long been a status symbol among suburban homeowners, more people are looking for low-maintenance alternatives, says an Edmonton landscaper.…

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Spruce Grove man ‘badly assaulted’ by 4 attackers, RCMP say

RCMP are investigating an “aggravated” four-on-one assault early Sunday that sent a 24-year-old man to hospital. Around 4 a.m., four young…

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Former Jay Kelly Gruber makes ‘inappropriate’ comments toward female panel host

The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame removed former Blue Jays third baseman Kelly Gruber from its induction weekend festivities Friday…

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Jasper National Park could get 10 cm of snow

Parts of Jasper National Park could see 10 centimetres of snow by Sunday evening. Environment Canada issued a snowfall warning…

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Premier Rachel Notley to apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors

Premier Rachel Notley will apologize to Sixties Scoop survivors on behalf of the Alberta government Monday afternoon. Thousands of First Nations…

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Connie Oakes sues Alberta Crown, Medicine Hat police for $1M over wrongful murder conviction

A Cree woman from Nekaneet First Nation, Sask., is suing the Alberta government, a Crown prosecutor and Medicine Hat police for $1 million over…

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