Forward-thinking fashion: Edmonton designer wants to inspire and empower

An Edmonton woman is tackling stigmas and stereotypes through clothing design. Wedad Amiri promotes female empowerment and the normalization of…

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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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Inside a coal company’s research project with U of A that was used to lobby the Notley government

Energy giant TransAlta paid the University of Alberta $54,000 to hand-pick one of its researchers to produce a study and…

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Trudeau slaps down Harper’s claims that NAFTA is being delayed for political gain

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is rebutting claims made by former Conservative prime minister Stephen Harper that the Liberal government is…

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Outspoken former RCMP officer Krista Carle has died

A woman who fought to bring attention to harassment within the RCMP has died. Friends and colleagues confirmed that former…

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At long last, Ovechkin and Capitals are Stanley Cup champs

Alex Ovechkin put both hands to his head and screamed while he left the bench and skated into the thick of the…

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‘We’re riding for peace’: Ukrainian war vets on cycling journey across North America

Armed with only their bikes, a team of riders from Ukraine are riding 10,000 kilometres across North America to raise …

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Trudeau government should help those hit by Trump tax: MPs

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government should be doing more to help thousands of Canadian residents being hit hard by U.S.…

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Homeless man who stabbed Red Deer woman 58 times found not criminally responsible

A central Alberta man who stabbed a woman 58 times has been found not criminally responsible for her death. Jordan…

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Canada raises more than $3.8B for girls’ education at G7

The Canadian government announced at the G7 summit in Quebec that it has raised more than $3.8 billion in an…

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