Elderly killer faces at least 10 years in prison

At the end of a long, emotional day in an Edmonton courtroom, Roberto Robles slowly rose to his feet in…

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Province to scrap Ontario basic income pilot project

The Ontario basic income pilot project is coming to an end, says Children, Community and Social Services Minister Lisa MacLeod. MacLeod said…

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Fort McMurray wants public inquiry into removal of Indigenous settlement

The Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo will ask the provincial government to launch a public inquiry into the forced evictions decades…

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New poll suggests east-west divide in bike lane attitudes

Canadians in major urban areas are largely in favour of separated bike lanes, a new poll suggests, but that doesn’t…

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Former hostage Joshua Boyle to be released on bail

Former hostage Joshua Boyle is being released on bail ahead of his trial in Ottawa on charges of assault, sexual assault and more,…

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Clare Drake, legendary and beloved U of A hockey coach, dies at age 89

Clare Drake, the legendary University of Alberta coach known as the winningest college hockey coach ever, died Sunday morning in his…

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Epipen and EpiPen Jr. in short supply, no alternatives available

EpiPen injectors used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions are currently running short, and EpiPen Jr. products may soon do the…

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Edmonton city hall chalks up $31M surplus in 2017 operating budget – Edmonton

The city`s 2017 operating budget has registered a $31-million surplus, with savings on Edmonton snow removal due to a lighter year of…

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