March in downtown Edmonton commemorates 50th anniversary of residential school closure

The Edmonton Indian Residential School closed 50 years ago, but its effects are still felt by survivors and their families.…

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Fiesta, juggling and jazz: What to do with your weekend in Edmonton

OK, we’re in it now. It’s summer festival season. Here are 15 events you might want to squeeze into your…

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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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Lindsay Shepherd launches $3.6M lawsuit against Laurier over alleged ‘inquisition’

A university teaching assistant who gained prominence after being disciplined for showing students a TV clip of a controversial professor…

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Trans Mountain protesters decry ‘Justin Trudeau memorial pipeline’ in Burnaby, B.C.

Around 100 people protested at a Trans Mountain work site against the pipeline’s expansion on Saturday in Burnaby, B.C., and…

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IUD most effective birth control method, Canadian pediatricians declare

Teen girls who are sexually active should be offered long-acting birth control such as an intrauterine device (IUD) as a…

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First Nations leaders debate Trudeau commitment to Indigenous rights

The Trudeau government’s commitment to finding new ways to recognize and strengthen Indigenous rights in Canada is facing a major…

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Gas prices hit record 160.9 cents per litre in Vancouver

Gas prices continue to break records in the Lower Mainland, as prices hit 160.9 cents for a litre in Vancouver.…

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Edmonton Alberta Weather & News

A new church in downtown St. John’s is putting a modern twist on religion and spirituality with a young pastor who…

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Inflation heats up to 2.2% in February as energy and food prices spike – Business

The cost of living went up at a 2.2 per cent annual pace in February, its highest level since 2014,…

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