Edmonton ISIS recruits laid groundwork for aspiring foreign fighters, expert says

Three Edmonton ISIS recruits were part of the first group of travellers who laid the groundwork for others to travel…

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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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Special air quality alert issued for Edmonton

Environment Canada says wildfire smoke is causing poor air quality and reduced visibility in Edmonton, Sherwood Park and St. Albert, Alberta.…

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Edmonton firefighters battle 2 serious blazes since Sunday

An early morning fire destroyed a house under construction in the Griesbach neighbourhood early Monday morning, just hours after another…

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United Conservatives mark first year as official opposition party

It’s been one year since Alberta’s Wild Rose and Progressive Conservative parties officially came together to form the United Conservative…

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Charges laid in 2017 Red Deer homicide

A Red Deer man has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a 26-year-old man in the central…

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Rescue team frees 1st entangled whale since death of volunteer Joe Howlett

Campobello Whale Rescue Team freed a young entangled whale Saturday, its first emergency response on the water since fellow rescuer…

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Man’s body found at Edmonton paper recycling depot

Recycling truck workers in Edmonton found a man’s body Thursday morning in a load of paper and cardboard. After stopping…

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‘He’s a natural’: Dancing toddler steals the show at Camrose powwow

A video of a pint-sized powwow dancer has gone viral after the two year old stole the show on National Indigenous Day…

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Oldest lizard fossil fills evolutionary ‘missing link’

A finger-sized fossilized creature found in the Italian Alps is the earliest lizard ever discovered, a new study suggests, filling a…

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