Edmonton Transit Service highlights history at 40th anniversary LRT celebration

Public transit enthusiasts didn’t need a ticket to get a behind-the-scenes look at Edmonton’s light-rail-transit system on Saturday. Edmonton’s LRT…

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Edmonton’s body rub parlours safer with task force, report shows

The city of Edmonton says the body rub industry is safer than it was 2016. In the last year and a…

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Canadian claiming border agency mistakenly detained him for 8 months sues for $10M

A naturalized Canadian citizen who spent eight months in Ontario detention centres awaiting immigration officials to verify his identity is…

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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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RCMP recover body of missing boater from Skeleton Lake

Boyle RCMP recovered the body of a 67-year-old man Saturday from a lake in the northern Alberta community of Athabasca…

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Recovering drug user helps Edmonton addiction treatment centre fundraise for renovations

Rodney Ariss has started the process of overcoming his 10-year-long fentanyl addiction. The Edmonton man has been a client of Our House…

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Why we’re still talking about the phantom threat of voter fraud

After the Liberal government tabled its proposed changes to federal elections law, the Conservatives started issuing new warnings about the spectre of voter…

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Paramedic house calls launched in northern Alberta

Alberta Health is rolling out its community paramedic program in northern Alberta, as part of a provincewide expansion of medical house…

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Alberta’s first gay-straight alliance for teachers a learning curve for acceptance

The original intent of Alberta’s first gay-straight alliance for teachers was to lead by example. But the group, started three years ago…

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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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