‘A natural talent’:Davies goes from refugee camp to soccer pitch

Soccer phenom Alphonso Davies and his former Edmonton Strikers coach, Nick Huoseh, often talk or text after his matches with…

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Scheer firm on leaving abortion debate closed ahead of party policy vote on the subject

The abortion debate has divided Canadians for decades, especially within the Conservative Party, and that’s precisely why Andrew Scheer says he’s staunchly…

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Family of hiker missing in German Alps calls on Canadian governments for help

The family of a Manitoba man who went missing while hiking in the German Alps wants the federal and provincial governments…

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Woman convicted in son’s strep death granted day parole after 8 months

A Calgary woman whose son died after she failed to take him to the doctor for a strep infection has…

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6 people dead after head-on collision north of Elrose, Sask.

Six people are dead after a head-on collision Friday afternoon between two SUVs on Highway 4, north of Elrose, Sask. Rosetown…

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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 police lay second-degree murder charge in weekend stabbing death

Edmonton police have laid a second-degree murder charge after a 36-year-old man was stabbed to death Sunday. A 26-year-old Edmonton…

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Relationship with commission became ‘caustic,’ Edmonton police chief says

Edmonton’s police Chief Rod Knecht says his relationship with the police commission became “caustic” in 2017, after a communication breakdown…

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How Jeremy Quaile’s suicide changed the way I behave on social media

These are not my thoughts on a dog that suffered and died in a hot car last July. These are…

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Edmonton’s new goat co-ordinator ‘humbled and excited’ to get gig

Two things helped Joy Lakhan land her new job as the City of Edmonton’s goat boss: an environmental science education…

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